|Title of host publication||The Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Apr 2020|
Immigration and global capital challenge the limits of the nation‐state and redefine the meaning of citizenship and belonging. Postnationalism is a sociological concept that encapsulates these changes and provides a set of alternative practices with respect to political participation and social action in globalized environments. Postnationalism does not necessarily signal the end of nationalism but rather points toward the struggle of the nation‐state to maintain its supremacy over the character and management of the economy, culture, and society.