critiicle thinking

posted by .

How can the concept of a national identity both unite and divide people?

  • critiicle thinking -

    It would unite people who live in the same nation, but at the same time, divide the larger group of all humans into separate and distinct nations, probably resulting in an 'us vs. them' mentality.

  • critical thinking -

    Try this article:

  • critiicle thinking -


Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. science

    when rearranging the equation 6y = 9 - 3x to make x the subject, am i right in thinking to add 3x to both sides (6y + 3x = 9), then subtract 6y on both sides(3x = 9 - 6y then divide both by 3(x = 9 - 6y/3)?
  2. psychology please revise

    Question How accurately do you think these exercises evaluate self-concept and self-esteem?
  3. Thinking Critically

    How can the concept of a national identitiy both unite and divide people?
  4. English

    Hi I am writting an essay on a book called 'Funny Boy' I have to answer this question: Selvadurai raises questions about the nature of identity—national, familial, sexual, postcolonial, ethnic, racial—and how the suppression of …
  5. Math

    I am confused by this problem. Divide and simplify. g^-7/g^-4. Divide and unite the expression using positive exponents. My answer is: g^(-7)*g^(-4) g^(-7-4) g^-11 1/g^11 Is this correct?
  6. business

    how can the concept of a national identity both unite and divide people?
  7. Surveys/Geography

    Do you think this is a good survey or should I change the wording and/or add questions?
  8. critical thinking

    how can the concept of national identity both unite and divide people
  9. History/Global Affairs

    Hi beautiful people! I'm working on an assignment talking about Australia's changing national identity in the EYES OF THE WORLD. I need to look at a particular event and or events as a way to highlight this change. The problem is that …
  10. Social Studies

    "But assuming that national identities will persist, can a European identity be built alongside them or over them?

More Similar Questions