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German Level 2

Culture Essay Titles: ‘Nation and Community’

Semester 1, 2012-13

Students are required to write one essay in English of approx. 1800 words on the semester 1 ‘Nation and Community’ theme. The essay is due by 5.00 p.m. on Monday 10 December (week 13). Essays should be submitted via the Blue Box outside the secretarial office on the ground floor of the Hetherington Building.

Please choose ONE of the following titles:

1. In what ways and to what extent are borders and boundaries involved in the construction of national, communal or individual identity? Discuss in relation to the texts/films you have studied, making reference as appropriate to the material covered in the core lectures.

2. In what ways can language and poetry be seen as a central issue in the construction of nations and/or community? Discuss in relation to the texts/films you have studied, making reference as appropriate to the material covered in the core lectures.

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Tutorial Preview …changes xx their xxxxxxxx of integration xxxxxxx are regarded xx the xxxxxxx xxxx of xxxxxxxxxx Knowingly, identities xxx continuously being xxxxxxxxxxxxx which xxxxxxx xx ongoing xxxxxxxxx process Borders xxx mainly the xxxx of xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx as xxxx signify different xxxxxxxxxx on both xxxxx of xxx xxxxxx The xxxxxxxxx projected are xxxxxxxx as the xxxxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx & xxxxx 2010, p xxxx During the xxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx people xxx not regarded xxx only as xxxxxxx receptors, xxx xxxxxx players xx the process xx bordering and xxxxxxxx construction xx xxxxxxxx individual xxxxxxxxxxxxx in social xxxxxxxx with varied xxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxx xxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxx and equity xxxxxx religions, local xxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxxxxx xxx social xxxxxxxx composed of xxxxxxxx parents, and xxxxxxxxxx are xxxxxxxx xx vital xxxxxxxx required during xxx construction of xxxxxxxx Identities xxxxx xx an xxxxxxxxxxxxxx territorial location xxxx a large xxxxxx of xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx goes xxxxxxx several stages xxxxxxx the fact xxxx national xxxxxxxx xx always xxxxxxxxxxxx its importance xxxxxx at different xxxxxx based xx xxx country’s xxxxxxx In the xxxxxxxx period, nationalism xxx regarded xx xx at x high level xx areas such xx in xxxxxxx xxxxxx National xxx territorial identities xxxx much value xxxxxx people’s xxxxx xxxxx in xxxxxxxxxx to the xxxxxxxxx existing era xx advanced xxxxxxxxxxx xx the x U (Spiridon, xxxxx p 376) xxxx border xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx themselves xxxxx on their xxxxx as being xxxxxxxxx points xxx xxxxxxxxxxx as xxxx as the xxxxxx for meeting xxxx other xxxxxxxx xxxx as xxx North West xxxxxx Therefore, borders xxxx a xxxxx xxxx in xxxxxxxxxxx state-level integration xxxx a national xxxxxxxxxxx at xxx xxxxx scale xx non-western countries xxxx as Africa, xxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxx xxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxx construction and xxxxxxxxx have their xxxxxxx in xxx xxxx processes xx nation building xxxxxxxx powers drew xxxxx on xxxx xxxxxx different xxxxxx communities, religion, xxx language or xxxxxx social xxxxxx xxxx strong xxxxxxxxxx Within this xxxx of a xxxxxxxxxxxxx society, xxxx xxxxx of xxxxxxxxx is created xxxxx the indigenous xxxxxxxxxxx present xxxxxx xxx national xxxxxxxxxxx Constructing identities xxx accompanying ideology xx authoring xxxxxxx xx questions xxxxxxxxxx to economic xxxxxxxxx and political xxxxx Poverty xxx xxxxxx to xxxxxxxxx which are xxxxxx such as xxxx may xx xxxxxxxx as xxxxxx for frequent xxxxxxxx and local xxx in x xxxxxxx The xxxxx that borders xxx boundaries have xx generating xxxxxx xxx identity xxx be used xx partitioning…
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Preview: passport xxxxxx prior xx entry (Herb, xxxxx p 164) xxx social xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx with xxxxxxx encompasses both xxxxxx and informal xxxx between xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxx polities This xxxxxxxx a chance xxx site xxxxxxxx xx both xxx broader and xxxxxxxx dimensions of xxx national xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx boundaries xx borders are xxxx regarded as xxxxxxxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxxx normally examines xxx process of xxxxxx building xxxxx xxx other xxxxx where borders xxx regarded as xxxxxxxxxxxx zones xx x result, xxxx are concerned xxxx different processes xxxx as xxxx xx decolonization, xxxx nationalization which xxx increasingly given xxxx to xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx The xxxxxxxx border between xxx US and xxxxxx is xxxxxxxx xx a xxxxxxxxxxxx research site xxx border is xxxxxxx as x xxxxxxxx interface xxxxxxx the societies xx the Mexicans xxx the xxxxxxxxx xx a xxxxxxx borders can xxxx be considered xx a xxxx xxx interaction xxx people and xxxxxxxxxxx from different xxxxxxxxxxx (Dobler, xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx which xxxxxxxx a neatly xxxxxxx national identity xxxx in xxx xxxx of xxx flow of xxxxxx technology, people, xxx capital xxxx xxxx different xxxxxxxx borders The xxxx of the xxxxxxxxxx process xxx xxx main xxxxx on the xxxx of people xxxx as xxx xxxxxxxx immigration xx refuges Immigrants xxxxxxxxx new forms xx cultural xxxxxxxxx xx well xx new forms xx anxiety to xxx societies xxxx xxx in xxxxxxxxx in the xxxxxxxxx that they xxx moving xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx immigrants xxxx the chance xx experiencing changes xx their xxxxxxxx xx integration xxxxxxx are regarded xx the central xxxx of xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx identities xxx continuously being xxxxxxxxxxxxx which require xx ongoing xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx Borders xxx mainly the xxxx of distinction xxxxxx as xxxx xxxxxxx different xxxxxxxxxx on both xxxxx of the xxxxxx The xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx are xxxxxxxx as the xxxxxxxxxxx of borders xxxxxxxxx Feld, xxxxx x 280) xxxxxx the process xx constructing identity xxxxxx are xxx xxxxxxxx not xxxx as passive xxxxxxxxxx but active xxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxx and identity xxxxxxxxxxxx It includes xxxxxxxxxx participation xx xxxxxx networks xxxx varied structures xxx diverse degrees xx hierarchy xxx xxxxxx within xxxxxxxxxx local communities xxx institutions The xxxxxx networks xxxxxxxx xx friends, xxxxxxxx and colleagues xxx regarded as xxxxx agencies xxxxxxxx xxxxxx the xxxxxxxxxxxx of identity xxxxxxxxxx based on xx individuals xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx have x large number xx manifestations which xxxx through xxxxxxx xxxxxx Despite xxx fact that xxxxxxxx identity is xxxxxx significant,.....
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Preview: similar xxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxxx and judgment xx any other xxxxxx of xxxx xxxxxx community xxxx holds a xxxxxxx that the xxxxxxx of xxx xxxxxx community xxx playing the xxxx game This xxxxx that xxx xxxxxxxxx for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and ensuring xxxxxxxxx of their xxxxxx relationship xx xx existence xxxxxx 2004, p xxxx Within his xxxxxx Aus xxx xxxxx eines xxxxxxxxxx Novalis, Heinrich xxx Ofterdingen identified xxxxx individuals xx xxxxxxxxx to xx ethnic community xxxxxxx that there xxx limitations xxxxxxxx xx the xxxxx of the xxxxxx understanding In xxxxxxxxx differences xxx xxxx exhibited xx the criterion xx judgement and x common xxxxxxxxxxx xx the xxxxxx interest Cultural xxxxx and boundaries xxx there xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx communities xxx only in xxxxxxxxx as significant xxxxx if xxxx xxxx the xxxxxxx of having x marked difference xx behaviour xxxx xx cultural xxxxxxxxxxx within an xxxxxx group This xx evident xx xxxxxxx dreamt xx regions which xxx far away xx reach xxx xxx away xxxxxxxx he had xx cross borders xxxx as xxxx xxxxxxx with x green network xx trees He xxxx had xx xxxxx a xxxxxxxxxxx hill which xxx a symbolic xxxxxx between xxx xxxxxxxxx and xxxx of the xxxxxxxxxxx individuals (Ofterdingen, xxxxx In xxxxx xxx national xxxxxxxxxxxx boundaries have xxxxxx been a xxxxxxx issue xx xxxxxxx Communities xxx identified by xxxxxxxx segmentation and xxxxxxxx perimeters xxxxxxx xxx boundaries xxx utilized within xxx context of xxxxxxxx identity xx xxxx that xxxxxxxx places and xxxxxxx are not xxxxxxxxxx In xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxxx also show xxx extent of xxxxxxxx identity xxxx xx the xxxxx of nation xxxxxxxx Borders provide xxxxxx with x xxxxxxxx and x powerful definition xx a state xx a xxxx xxxxx citizenship xx enforced in x strong manner xxxxxxx have xxxxxxxx xxxxxx prior xx entry (Herb, xxxxx p 164) xxx social xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx with xxxxxxx encompasses both xxxxxx and informal xxxx between xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxx polities This xxxxxxxx a chance xxx site xxxxxxxx xx both xxx broader and xxxxxxxx dimensions of xxx national xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx boundaries xx borders are xxxx regarded as xxxxxxxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxxx normally examines xxx process of xxxxxx building xxxxx xxx other xxxxx where borders xxx regarded as xxxxxxxxxxxx zones xx x result, xxxx are concerned xxxx different processes xxxx as xxxx xx decolonization, xxxx nationalization which xxx increasingly given xxxx to xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx The xxxxxxxx border between xxx US and xxxxxx is xxxxxxxx xx a xxxxxxxxxxxx research site xxx border is xxxxxxx as x xxxxxxxx interface xxxxxxx the societies xx the Mexicans xxx the xxxxxxxxx xx a xxxxxxx borders can xxxx be considered xx a xxxx xxx interaction xxx people and xxxxxxxxxxx from different xxxxxxxxxxx (Dobler, xxxxx xxxxxx the xxxxx.....
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