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Nationalism is the collective.docx

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Culture
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CLTR 3100
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Gail Vanstone

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Nationalism is the collective, shared sense of belonging of people who identify themselves as a nation They’re a variety of factors that can create a sense of nationalism or belonging Ex. Geography Language Spiritually/Region Ethnicity Culture Citizenship Tim Horton’s was founded in Hamilton in 1964 by hockey player Tim Horton which, after Horton’s death in a car crash in 1974, was taken over by investor Ron Joyce who oversaw the expansion of Tim Horton’s into Canada’s largest fast food restaurant chain. There are currently over 3000 locations in Canada with the chain currently controlling 22.6% of all fast food industry revenues in the country. Even more amazingly, Tim Horton’s commands 76% of the market for baked goods and 62% of the Canadian coffee market (Starbucks is a distant second, controlling 7% of the market). Tim Horton’s outlet was opened in Afghanistan in order for Canadian troops to experience home while they were deployed hundreds of miles awa
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