POL214Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: United States

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Ethnic and civic nationalism: ethnic conception of nationhood, based on blood or ancestry, e. g. , to be considered german", you must have german heritage , civic conception of nationhood, based on residence or belonging, e. g. , you can become canadian" even if you and your ancestors weren"t born here , conceptions of nationhood influence how we define community and who belongs . Colonization: many definitions of colonization, one definition is joyce green"s, physical occupation of someone else"s land and, appropriation of political authority, cultural self determination and economic capacity, occupation and appropriation are one basis of the canadian state, the national policy (1878) Settle societies: canada, australia, united states, new zealand, goal was to build an overseas extension or replica of british society, introduce culture, values and institutions, reproduce and replenish through immigration and importation, the culture, values, and institutions of the land"s original inhabitants (i. e. indigenous/ aboriginal peoples) would be systematically absorbed or replaces.

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