In contrast to many other Latin American nations, Chile has not experienced the emergence of strong regionalism or conflicting regional cultural identities.
In the sixteenth century, regionalism remained a powerful cultural force, despite the growing influence of London in most spheres of public life.
This cultural regionalism had its own compensations.
But the question is how to build a strong and balancing opposition in the face of growing regionalism and absence of any political ideology, which has been replaced by caste and creed considerations.
a strong expression of regionalism
Both traditionalist and progressive arguments were mobilized in those parts of France where regionalism was strong.
Despite their different approaches in regional studies and regionalism , Morrissey and Hirt both agree that a region's boundaries change over time.
In exploring this point she charts how political identity, ethnicity, and regionalism were related to the local economy and the actions of a weak national state.
Somewhat paradoxically, and partly in parallel with military-political regional substructures, economic regionalism can also be read as a structural effect of the global market.
Previously campaigners have put forward worthy-but-dull arguments about decentralising democracy and developing regionalism along the European model.