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AS Sociology National Identity lesson 11

Identity, Ethnicity and Nationalism
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Amanda Lane

on 8 October 2013

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Transcript of AS Sociology National Identity lesson 11

Brainstorm
Results
Research
Our Project
Notes
Place your own picture
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San Francisco
Budapest
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Stockholm
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
National Identity:
What makes us British?
'Nationalism'
A sense of shared national culture
Agencies of socialisation promote shared national culture.
Sporting Events
Large, televised sporting events cause patriotic unity amongst people within a nation. The media promotes this sense of unity through merchandise, publicity and accessability.
National Days of significance
Annual days of national significance that unify people through nostalgia, patriotism, but also through consumerism. All agencies of socialisation are involved in promoting such days.
Heritage and Tradition
National figures, artifacts of historical significance and traditional pastimes. The media, family and education instil traditional and cultural importance.
Is there such a thing as national identity?
Most modern nations are culturally diverse.
Other cultures feel excluded
What is 'Britishness'?
Anderson (1983) claims that Nationalism is imaginary.
How can we
create a sense
of shared
identity with
people we never met?
National identity is confused (Hall 1992).
Modood (1997) recognises the development of hybrid identities.
Multiculturalism = positive contribution!
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