Abstract
A newly-developed flag displayed by avid Russian sports fans in support of their national teams marks a change in the use of the bear symbol—first only used by outsiders to represent Russia but now claimed by Russians as their own.
Keywords History  Semiotics
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ISBN(s) 1071-0043
DOI 10.5840/raven2012197
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