By Donald J M MacIver
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By drawing on a set of data taken from Latvia’s divided press, being both Russianand Latvian-medium, the author concludes that innocuous values – generally based on recognition of norms relating to human rights and 19 Guus Extra, Massimiliano Spotti and Piet Van Avermaet tolerance for others – have quite an influence on the expectations the majority of the people have with respect to minorities. That is, minorities ought to conform to and be examined in their knowledge of the core values of the Latvian nation-state.
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