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    personal only makes the political stronger and more powerful. This phrase is useful for understanding the rationale behind those involved with French torture and cruelty in an Algiers prison in The Question, persecution and oppression in a West Bank village in Budrus, and the discrimination against Muslim women in France in Politics of the Veil. Henri Alleg, a French journalist living in Algiers, wrote The Question while being held captive in an Algiers prison. The methods and ramifications of torture

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    hero as his heroic nature provided France with the institutions and sense of national identity they needed. Others would argue Napoleon is not a hero, as his use of propaganda made the French public believe he was their savior. I believe Napoleon Bonaparte was a hero, as his many accomplishments modified the French society and ultimately the civilized world. Not only did he better France through his domestic policy, he also expanded the territory of France with many battles won through strategic warfare

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    French Culture

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    The French are all about preserving their culture and being individualized. They often take great pride in the French products and the French style, and believe in keeping the French culture “pure” so they also limit the amount of foreign goods that are being imported. But during the World Wars the French began to allow foreigners to immigrate into France to take jobs due to an increase in job shortages. The immigration from the World Wars added to the diversity of the French culture. Ever since

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    The Empire Strikes Back

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    France’s persistent refusal to acknowledge its de-facto multiculturalism has created a brutal cycle of marginalization, in which ethnic minorities are prevented from expressing their cultural identities and successfully integrating into mainstream French society. Immigrants from the Maghreb – a hilly, arid region in North Africa situated between the Atlas Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea – represent the largest segment of France’s considerable ethnic population. France is currently home to over

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    Young, Muslim And French

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    Muslim and French The documentary Young, Muslim and French highlights events that happened in France beginning in September 2004. The documentary takes us through the decision of France banning the traditional headscarves for the Muslims in public schools. The law is taken as an “Islamophobia” form of an expression. And is not considered democratic to the Islamic citizens. The documentary displays the frustrations, hopes, as well as political ambitions of the next generation of the French Muslims,

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    much as any other French citizen does. Daru feels as though the situation Balducci puts him in is unfair and he struggles to make a decision. He has no clue whether or not he should deliver the Arab to prison to stay true to his country or allow the Arab to go free to stay true to his own morals. Daru’s struggle with himself shows how each character in the story struggles to find someone they can trust and a place where they belong. Daru does not support the way that the French have been treating

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    The world is changing. The movement of products, information, and ideas has never been easier. The globalization of technology has made acquiring such things remarkably simple, fast, and efficient. Now, products such as Coca-Cola and ideas like consumerism have seeped into places most people can’t find on a map. A consequence of this rapid expansion and dissemination of Western culture is that people see the luxurious lifestyles and glittering lights of New York, Paris, and Berlin through the monitors

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    immigration and citizenship has been a profound aspect of history and society. As states began to claim independence and power, the idea of controlling people and the flow of people in and out of states popularized alongside laws to assert dominance and jurisdiction. Citizenship laws have been enacted to regulate the flow of people, citizenship, residency and distribution of rights and protections. Firstly, this essay aims to argue that the restriction of Rights and revoking citizenship is used as a mechanism

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    like asylum seekers. Pehrson study suggests that prejudice may be shaped by the way which a individual defines their group. How a nation defines their nationality can be expected to determine the consequences of national identification for prejudice (Pehrson). When asylum seekers break Australian laws by arriving by boat, they are instantly viewed as law breaks in Australian citizen’s eyes. For example, a Australian citizen may define their national identification as ‘Aussie’ with all the surroundings

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    Definition of ethnicity, nationality and race are as follows; Race is a category system used to classify people into large and unique communities or categories by physiological, social, social, inherited, regional, traditional, language, spiritual, and/or social association. First used to refer to sound system of a common language and then to signify national connections, in the Seventeenth millennium, people began to use the phrase to connect with visible physical characteristics. Such use marketed

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