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Identity: Community, Culture, Difference book

Identity: Community, Culture, Difference by Jonathan Rutherford

Identity: Community, Culture, Difference



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Identity: Community, Culture, Difference Jonathan Rutherford ebook
Page: 171
Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart Ltd
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0853157200, 9780853157205


Asian Community & Identity: Public Lecture Series - Spring 2013. In Canada, people from diverse We are seeking papers that explore the roles that all types of public spaces play in the expression or contestation of different histories, different identities, and different forms of community, national and transnational citizenship. However, if the same conflict is also interpreted as a conflict between different cultural values, then the dispute over different interests becomes a dispute over identity. It is based on a comparison of architectural and urban culture between 'the East and the West', starting in week 1 of the spring semester (from Feb 25th). A gift culture perspective highlights the motivations we create prismatic, multi-faceted, identities. If we are playing the reputation game correctly, the identity that we create on, say, LinkedIn will be subtly different to the identity that we create on Tumblr or Facebook. Identity, belonging and citizenship within the nation state are established, contested and legitimized within sites and institutions of public culture, heritage and representation. Most importantly, graduates of the program will emerge with direct experience of cultural difference and with more sophisticated understandings of racial, ethnic, and cultural identity and of the importance of community. Drawing on indigenous gift cultures, I have sought to understand how social media users create positive reputations, communities, and prismatic identities through sharing (or 'gifting') with online crowds. But in the face of the population live from different social strata, different places, different industry, because, in living in the community, people on the cultural identity and belonging is particularly strong. What kinds of external cultural policies does Europe need to embrace that will allow art, education and intercultural dialogue to open doors and build trust between communities – and help prevent conflicts around the globe?

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