Dutch society has gone through radical alterations lately, as a result of advanced political, social and ethnic advancements. Reframing Dutch tradition examines problems with nationality, ethnicity, tradition and id within the Netherlands from an ethnological viewpoint, linking earlier traditions and notions of id with more moderen alterations. Weaving in various interesting case reports, participants offer an interdisciplinary research of those alterations. The advancements are regarding wider ecu and international transformation methods, highlighting the contribution of Dutch ethnology to the foreign debate. This well timed assortment presents a desirable and insightful window on glossy Dutch society.

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