• The Origin of the Urdu Language
    The Origin of the Urdu Language: The national language of the Pakistani people or our ‘qaumi zuban’ is interestingly, one that most of us learn as a second language. Unlike our first language, it is learnt primarily as a written phenomenon. In primary schools, the child encounters its alphabe...
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  • How English Language Has Brought Change to Urdu Language
    As my group and I interviewed Amjad Islam Amjad we got to know several reasons for the changes that English has brought to the Urdu language over the period of time. The two I will be discussing are: * Differences in schooling. * Government role in making English as an official language....
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  • Effect of Media on Creating National Identity
    Table of Contents ▪ Introduction……………………………….2 ▪ Literature review………………………….4 ▪ References………………………………….10 ▪ Hypothesis………………………………….11 ▪ Methodology……………â€...
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  • urdu asa basis of national unity
    Every nation needs some marks of identity. Language is also amark of identification of any nation. Pakistan is a federation of four provinces and its national language is URDU. URDU- THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE OF PAKISTAN Urdu is our national language. It has played an importyant role in...
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  • The Domestication of the English Language for Literary Purpose in Nigeria: Creating a National Identity Dare Owolabi
    International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, Vol. 2, No. 6, November 2012 The Domestication of the English Language for Literary Purpose in Nigeria: Creating a National Identity Dare Owolabi Abstract—Nigeria is, obviously, one of the largest ESL users in the world. The language tha...
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  • British National Identity
    BRITISH NATIONAL IDENTITY What is national identity in postmodern Great Britain? 21st century Europe. Postmodernism. European Union. Capitalism. Fragmentation. In search of a new identity. Divided and together facing the rest of the world. History turns to be an invaluable source for the researc...
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  • Is the Spanish Language Causing an American Identity Crisis
    The United States is a young country made up of many different nationalities. People from all over the world come together and create a melting pot of cultures. From the beginning of colonization in the Americas immigrants have ruled the land they fought to conquer. However, somewhere after all th...
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  • Australian National Identity
    Identify and discuss the nature of national identity in Australia. How has/have national identify/ies been portrayed and maintained and which groups have been excluded? The nature of Australian’s national identity has been an ongoing debate for many years. It involves how Australians see the...
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  • How Important Is the Concept of Trust in Australian National Identity? and How Does the Actual Australian Experience of Trust and Distrust, and Attitudes to Each Other and to Government, Fit Into the Theoretical and Historical Discussions of These...
    The concept of trust is a very important aspect of the Australian national identity. The prime reason that trust is central to the Australian national identity is that it has sparked a debate over traditional Australian ways to define themselves, questioning what would have been concrete aspects of...
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  • A Case Study to Understand That Why History Education Is Used for the Creation of the National Identity
    A CASE STUDY TO UNDERSTAND THAT WHY HISTORY EDUCATION IS USED FOR THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL IDENTITY A Proposal submitted to the Social Research course of Political Science and Public Administration İREM KARAMANCI – 1537836 Sec...
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  • What Defines India's National Identity?
    WHAT DEFINES INDIA’S NATIONL IDENTITY? BY – FATEMA H.KAGALWALA India, with its multitudinous cultures, a mini-world in itself, is fast shedding the mantle of its old identities and poised to wear new ones. At this junction it would be interesting to examine the soul within and from whence it s...
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  • National Identity
    406459/1 International Marketing Seminar Univ.-Prof. Dr. Adamantios Diamantopoulos SS 2005 National Identity 0102141 Stefan Spießberger Internationale Betriebswirtschaft stefan@spiessberger.org 0104435 Marliese Ungersböck Internationale Betriebswirtschaft marliese.ungersboeck@gmx....
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  • Birth of American National Identity
    Before Americans could distinguish themselves as “American”, they had to differentiate from the English. The culture within the colonies around the time of the revolution was merely a depiction of the culture in Britain. It would be fraud for them to take that culture and claim it as their own e...
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  • Political Science National Identity
    National Identity: Immigration The United States of America welcomes approximately 1 million legal immigrants each year. About 12 million illegal/undocumented immigrants are tolerated within the United States. America's embrace of ethno-racial diversity, according to sociologist Orlando Patterson,...
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  • British National Identity Among Ethnic Minorities
    British National Identity among Ethnic Minorities Identity is something many of us don’t think about, but it is the main force behind our daily decisions. Britishness is defined as the state or quality of being British. This means that Britishness involves habits, behaviors, language, culture...
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  • National Identity
    The importance or futility of national identity Lots of people feel very connected to their country and try to support it as hard as they can whereas others think of national identity as an obsolete construct that only paralyzes intercultural progress. Is it possible to strike a balance? The p...
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  • An Active Quest for National Identity
    LIT 391 9 December 2011 An Active Quest for National Identity It is not easy to define clearly what national identity is since it can be influenced by a myriad of factors resulting in the formation of a complex composite- a nation. Among these factors are the historical incidents, political ideologi...
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  • National Identity
    My national identity I am from Colombia a country located in the north of South America Colombia is a rich country from Spanish and indigenous background. Colombia’s history starts 20.000 years ago when the indigenous groups lived all along the country some more known than others, there were th...
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  • Australian English and National Identity
    What does Australian English look and sound like today, and how does it reflect our identity as a nation? Language use in Australia constantly and rapidly changes to reflect the ever-evolving Australian national identity. It is being influenced by American culture, through its pervasive media, and...
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  • The National Identity of Australia, 1901-1914
    The National Identity of Australia, 1901-1914. On the first of January, 1901, six squabbling colonies united, and the Commonwealth of Australia was born. In the years to follow, leading up to the tragedy of World War One, Australian nationalism was to reach new heights, as the people sought to de...
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