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Sept 2010 Social Imaginary class 2

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Department
Diaspora and Transnational Studies
Course Code
DTS200Y1
Professor
Kevin Lewis O' Neill

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September 24th, 2010
* The Social Imaginary refers to how people imagine their existence; it appears that the use of
the word imaginary is complementary rather than confrontational.
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period
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