Culture and Identity Nationality

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  • Created on: 30-04-18 15:02
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  • Nationality
    • The rights attached to a citizen of a nation, usually the place of birth
    • Socialisation
      • The Family
        • Primary
          • People learn a common language, norms and values
      • The Education System
        • Teaches citizenship, language, literature and history
      • The Media
        • Higher priority to national than foreign news
        • Celebrates national events, such as sports and royal weddings
    • National Identity is fragmenting
      • The only thing that's shared are national symbols - The Queen, Union Jack flag, British Passport
    • Postmodernist
      • Globalisation is breaking down the significance of national boundaries, cultures and identities
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  • A national identity is when someone identifies with the nation's customs, traditions and people
    • National Symbols include - flag, food, language, music e.t.c
    • Nationality
      • The rights attached to a citizen of a nation, usually the place of birth
      • Socialisation
        • The Family
          • Primary
            • People learn a common language, norms and values
        • The Education System
          • Teaches citizenship, language, literature and history
        • The Media
          • Higher priority to national than foreign news
          • Celebrates national events, such as sports and royal weddings
      • National Identity is fragmenting
        • The only thing that's shared are national symbols - The Queen, Union Jack flag, British Passport
      • Postmodernist
        • Globalisation is breaking down the significance of national boundaries, cultures and identities

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