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Contemporary Society - Online-at-Home Exam

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Using the lecture, weekly reading and keywords from Week 6, discuss the following quotation from the textbook in relation to the TED Talk Yassmin Abdel-Magied: What Does My Headscarf Mean to You?

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Gender Biology Identity Social constructionism Masculinity Femininity Sociology of gender Sexual orientation Social construction of gender Gender advertisement
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ted.com/talks/yassmin_abdel_magied_what_does_my_headscarf_mean_to_ you “But we can also see a dark side to nationalism. This occurs when, in the process of seeing ourselves as uniquely Australian, others suffer. That is, we see others as inferior to us. In this way, our sense of nationalism can be exclusionary, excluding those we do not think are worthy.” (P. 119) Nationalism plays a major role in the politics world and established as a fundamental aspect to endorse equality. The way people perceive nationalism is that “all members of a nation or citizens of a state are held together by (imagined) sense of kinship, which makes all of us having something in common such as shared sense of identity and values”.1 In contrast, the state is defined as ...
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