french identity concept

The Concept Of French Identity And Assimilation in France

Society

‘Frenchness’ is an entrenched concept in French society. According to Toupie.org, French identity is defined as ‘the feeling a person has of being part of a nation. This feeling is specific to each person. However, for sociology, it is an internalisation of identity references, resulting from the permanent visibility of the nation’s ‘common points,’ which …

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Living in the Middle East as a Latina woman

Society

Heather is a-30-year-old Mexican-American and has also Amerindians backgrounds. She is currently studying International Development in Vienna. She also co-hosts a show at Radio Orange, called ZamZaman, where she and her friend introduce artists from all over the world. Heather has a lot of hobbies: reading, Vipassana meditation, feminism, traveling and more. Her travel experiences …

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Franco-Congolese, creative feminist and passionate about tech : Anne-Sophie’s portrait

Feminism and women's portraits Society

Anne-Sophie and her new life in Berlin Anne Sophie has lived in Berlin for 1 year and a half. She is currently working in a startup. They pitch in with the application programmers by aiding them to monetize applications, through advertising, without users having to pay. Anne Sophie is in charge of the advertising campaigns …

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