|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Testing our borders: Questions of national and regional identity in the Oresund region|
|Citation:||Bucken-Knapp G (2002) Testing our borders: Questions of national and regional identity in the Oresund region, Journal of Baltic Studies, 33 (2), pp. 199-219.|
|Abstract:||Drawing upon current debates as to whether or not cross-border cooperation projects pose a threat to the maintenance of national identity, this article explores the attitudes that inhabitants in the Danish-Swedish region of Øresund hold towards their respective nation-states and the emerging cross-border region. Analysis shows that there are sharp differences between Danes and Swedes when it comes to support for the Øresund region, with Swedes far more likely to identify with the cross-border region. These findings are then used to suggest how discussions of identity construction and potential identity trade-offs need to involve significantly greater nuanc|
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