Identity

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  • Unit1A Identity
    • Citizen
      • A person who is a member of a country or state
    • Citizenship
      • A term that means belonging to a state
    • Active citizenship
      • It means taking an active role in your ommunity
      • Examples
        • Paying Taxes
        • Helping in a charity shop
        • Visiting an Isolated Neighbour
    • Differing Views of citizenship
      • Individualist
        • Citizens have an obligation to follow rules but have no other reponsiblities
        • Citizens shouldn't care about helping each other
      • Communitarian
        • Citizens should work together
        • Citizens have rights but also responsiblities to wider society
    • Becoming a British Citizen
      • Born in UK
        • A person becomes a British Citizen: born in UK, parents are married and one of them is a British Citizen
      • Adoption
        • A child adopted by British Citizens becomes a British Citizen on the day of Adoption
      • Descent
        • A child is born outside of the UK but has a britsh parent becomes a british citizen as long as their parent didnt aqcuire citizenship by descent
      • Registration
        • A child born in the UK that is not registered for British citizenship can qualify for citizenship at 10yrs if not spent more than 90 days a year outside the UK
      • Naturaulisation
        • A person can become a British citizen if they lived here for 5yrs  show understanding of the English culture, complete a English & language test, complete application form and payed £15o and attended citizenship ceremony
    • Socialisation
      • Norms
        • Socially accepted behavior
      • Values
        • things that we consider important that support our norms
      • Primary socialisation
        • where a person learns basics of human interaction such as language & trust and the values & norms particular to their family
      • Secondary Socialisation
        • starts when we communicate with others and we develop our own identity and beliefs independent of our parents
    • British Identity
      • Symbols
        • Flag
        • stamp
        • image
      • Language
      • events
        • wedding of prince William and Catherine Middleton
        • death of princess diana
    • Factors that influence identity
      • Social Class
      • Regionality
      • Etnicity
      • Religion
      • Age
      • Gender
      • nationality
      • employment
      • Education
    • Immigration
      • Moving into one country from another
    • Migration
      • moving away from one place to another
    • Reasons why people migrate
      • Push factors
        • Famine
        • War
        • Natural Disaters
        • Persecution or Oppression
      • Pull factors
        • Employment
        • Living Conditions
        • Study
        • Emotional factors
          • Be closer to family memebers
    • Immigration into the uk
      • Arguments against
        • Too much can increase population too quickly and can cause problems with resurces
        • Migrants can be a drain on public services like education and nhs
        • Migrant workers take jobs from British workerd
      • Arguments for
        • host governments do not have to pay for education and training of skilled migrants.
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