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Finnishness (Finnish: suomalaisuus) is what makes a Finn a Finn.[1] Ethnic Finnishness can be defined as the identifying focus on Finnish and the nation-state of Finland based on ethnic identity or nationality. Original Finns, historical minorities, newcomer Finns and expatriates all refer to the full spectrum of Finnishness.[2]

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External links

  • Anttila, Jorma (2007): Kansallinen identiteetti ja suomalaiseksi samastuminen. Helsingin yliopiston sosiaalipsykologian laitos: Helsinki.


  1. ^ Suomalaisuus | Finnishness
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