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cyber- +‎ nationalism


cybernationalism (uncountable)

  1. Nationalism expressed or organised by means of computer networks.
    • 2005, Rebecca L. Stein, Ted Swedenburg, Palestine, Israel, and the politics of popular culture (page 135)
      Instead, Palestinian cybernationalism has striven to unify the dispersed Palestinian communities across borders into a nation...
    • 2009, Anna Everett, Digital diaspora: a race for cyberspace, page 34:
      ...strengthening the affective dimensions of a newer, virtual, or cybernationalism now unbound by traditional ideological, political, economic, geographical, and even temporal boundaries and limitations.