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Unit 1 Glossary Exercise
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citizenship in a city, region, or country. For example, "civic pride" can mean pride in one's city, region, or nation; someone who shows civic pride might be a volunteer helping organize a local sporting event.
nationalism based on shared political values or beliefs as a foundation for citizenship in a nation state. The ethnic, cultural, or religious background of each citizen is not important.
the obligation of a citizen to be involved in one's free and democratic society.
a group of people with common racial and cultural traits such as language, religion, and customs
the background of language, religion, and customs of one's family
nationalism based on a shared common ethnic background. If identity is based on the common cultural heritage, those not part of this background are excluded.
the key characteristics that people use to describe who they are
a theory or concept about the way in which society should be organized
(in English: people) the aboriginal people of Arctic Canada traditionally with a distinct territory, social structure, and language.
language as a characteristic of identity.
historically, the children of French fur traders and Cree women in the Prairies, and of English and Scottish traders and Dene women in the North. Today, the term is used broadly to describe people with mixed First Nations and European ancestries.
an independent (self-governing) nation with a population of two or more ethnic or cultural groups within clearly defined borders that are internationally recognized.
a group of people who share an identity with one or more of the following culture/heritage/language/religion or spirituality/ethnicity/geography or relationship to land/politics
an independent (self-governing) country within clearly defined borders that are internationally recognized and whose citizens share a common culture, history, and language.
the feelings pople have in identifying with their nation
those identities or loyalties that may not be directly associated with the nationalism of a particular nation state such as religion, geographic region, culture, race, ideology, or class
love and support for one's country. However, sometimes what some people believe are acts of patriotism can actually become abuse of fellow citizens' rights.
the point of view that is shaped by one's background and experiences
the preservation of the diversity of various cultural and ethnic groups inside one country
a resident of the province of Québec
a group of people of the same standing or rank in a society
a country that is free from control by any other country
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