All posts filed under: Global Identities

The Rise of Migration and Ex-pats.

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The Passport Index was an interesting find, because i haven’t come across it or hear or being spoken about it. I want to share this website as it interact with the topic of this blog. Also have a look at the passport ranking. There is so much to share about migration and ex-pats, but you may already be familiar with it, from your own experience, educated and/ or the news. But, what i will share, […]

A Brief History of Migration In One Space

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Migration Museum @ The Workshop; Exhibition Review No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain 20 September 2017 – 25 February 2018 Researching can be time consuming , and can leave you confused with all of the different point of views. This is why this exhibition is a must if your interested in the topic of ‘migration’ and would like to just have a look at how migration has moved across through time and […]

Contrast between Diaspora and Creolization.

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Without some research and reading journals I wouldn’t know how to demonstrate my understand on the differences between diaspora and creolization. It took me a while to understand it but I do now and I will demonstrate its differences. ‘Networking’ is the most mentioned keyword that I came across through researching. And I believe  this is because diaspora and creolization lack in networking. I have recently watched a TedxVilnius by Kingsley Aikins who suggested and […]

Mixing Cultures

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Today we look at the word differently. Perhaps, this is to do with hybridity. I will deliver my findings and understanding on Hybrid culture and merge identity. From the blog New Narratives (2011) Tony Sandset wrote ‘English has hybrid elements in that we often “steal” words from other languages and adapt them to our own, such as the Japanese words “sushi”.’ Further examples, books, video games and films as most of them are translated. Films […]

London’s Identity

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Prior to my class presentation on ‘National Identity’ I discovered what I wouldn’t even think of when am in London everyday. And because London has vast of cultures around each town, I figured out to my self that even if London has a diverse culture, there’s also and always be an identity of London. Such as the theme colours around the central: crimson, royal blue and white, we can notice these colour themes on the […]

Globalisation; a world of ‘Connectivity’

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According to (Robertson, R., 1992.) The use of the noun ‘Globalisation’ has developed quite recently. Certainty in academic circles it was not recognised as a significant concept, in spite of diffuse and intermitted usage prior to that, until the early, or even middle, 1980s. After reading the journal it gave me some thoughts on the everyday culture, I have included some examples to summarise globalisation what it means to me. We all travelled or have […]