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transnationalism

[ trans-nash-uh-nl-iz-uhm, -nash-nl-, tranz- ]
/ trænsˈnæʃ ə nlˌɪz əm, -ˈnæʃ nl-, trænz- /
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noun
the policy or practice of engagement with other countries or their people in a way that rejects or goes beyond purely national interests:Cooperation between states and the sharing of responsibilities over watercourses is now driving a new transnationalism.
the fact of having more than one national identity or ethnic culture as a result of movement between countries:Migrant transnationalism creates overlapping memberships between communities that are territorially separated.
the use, in the arts, of forms, themes, styles, etc., that combine features of different national or ethnic cultures:Through a process that led to the idea of transnationalism in music, Punjabi music in England was made up of elements from both Punjabi folk music and British popular music.
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