This paper aims to assess how poutine has been discursively construed as a marker of national identity by applying the framework of banal nationalism theorised by Ichijo and Ranta (2016) to a selection of tweets in English collected in November 2019, where social media users discuss poutine and Canadianness.

"Poutine is not Canadian": Food and National Identity in Canada

M. Casagranda
2022

Abstract

This paper aims to assess how poutine has been discursively construed as a marker of national identity by applying the framework of banal nationalism theorised by Ichijo and Ranta (2016) to a selection of tweets in English collected in November 2019, where social media users discuss poutine and Canadianness.
9781771838252
Poutine, food discourse, Twitter, media discourse, Canadian nationalism
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