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Nasionalisme, Negara-Bangsa, dan Integrasi Nasional Indonesia: Masih Perlukah?

*Singgih Tri Sulistiyono orcid  -  Department of History Faculty of Humanities Diponegoro University, Indonesia
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This article based on small and trivial statements but actually has a very basic content that is often raised by some of the younger generations about the lack of importance of nationalism, nation-state and national integration of Indonesia. Perhaps such a statement is a reflection of the mood of thinking and taste of the young generation who are the mile-generation immersed in the euphoria of globalization and the advances in technology and communications and information that make the world like a village, often referred to as a 'global village'. Depart from that reality, this article aims to reflect the understanding of nationalism, nation-state, and national integration, utilizing previous studies conducted by the experts.

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Keywords: Nationalism; Nation-state; National Integration

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