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    • VOCAB Categories 1 and 4
    • Category 1
    • Nationalism
      • The feeling of patriotism for your country
      The Olympics is seventy percent driven by nationalism.
    • Internationalism
      • The connection and communication between nations throughout the world.
      Places in the world are becoming more and more alike because of Internationalism.
    • Humanitarianism
      • What makes people different from the rest of the animal kingdom, an unrealistic care for each other.
      Some people believe strongly in humanitarianism while others prefer to live for themselves.
    • Multilateralism
      • Including 3 or more countries
      Multilateralism has caused some globalization itself.
    • Supranationalism
      • The concept of something being beyond one government, being controlled by a group of nations.
      Some territories were controlled under supranationalism.
    • Symbolism
      • Representing something with symbols.
      Symbolism is everywhere in
      the media.
    • Bilingualism
      • Knowing two languages fluently.
      Bilingualism is very useful and usually required in many countries.
    • Pluralism
      • A coexisting of ideas.
      Imperialists usually don’t believe in pluralism.
    • Multiculturalism
      • Having more than one culture
      Canada is a lot more multicultural than European countries.
    • Separatism
      • Separating from something, usually pertaining to a church or to politics
      Separatism is cause by a huge clash of values.
    • Ultranationalism
      • Nationalism to the extreme.
      Ultranationalism will cause some people to do pretty scary things that they think are right.
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    • Category 4
    • Nation
      • A large group of people the usually share a culture and history and have a government of some sort.
      Gary was ashamed of his cannibalistic nation.
    • Nation-State
      • A specific state (province, territory etc…) that is made of only one nation.
      Gary moved from his cannibalistic nation to a smaller, more peaceful neighboring nation-state. (not Quebec)
    • Identity
      Who you are, as an individual
      Gary looked at his identity, was not content and decided to change it.
    • Patriotic
      Being nationally loyal.
      Gary was feeling particularly
      patriotic about his new home.
      That’s not Gary.
    • Non-nationalist
      Someone who feels no loyalty to their country
      Gary could not understand the non-nationalists of his nation-state, it was just so great.
    • National Interest
      To the advantage of one’s country.
      Gary looked at every event to see if it had weight in his nation-state’s national interest.
    • Foreign policy
      The policy of a nation when dealing with other nations.
      Gary wrote his nation-state’s foreign policy because they didn’t have one and he thought it would be important.
    • Quebecois
      The term for someone who is part of in Quebec.
      Gary did not like the Quebecois, they spoke French and French confused him.
    • Conscription
      The act of making someone join the army.
      Gary thought conscription was a weird idea for the defense of his nation-state. Oh, and by the way, the name of his nation-state is now Goborinthia.
    • Self Determination
      The trait of being able to make your own decisions and act on them without the influence of others.
      Gary had tons of self determination, that’s how he became head of military defense for Goborinthia.
    • Successor state
      A state created when an old state was divided up.
      Gary discovered Goborinthia was originally a successor state after the Bikilafrita war.
    • Sovereignty
      A ruler with complete authority.
      Gary was severely against Sovereignty because of his terrible memories of King Quantaluwazaza(who was evil) of his old nation.
    • Self Government
      A democracy, control of the government by the people.
      Gary liked the idea of self government because more people would be happy if they had a say in politics.
    • Institutions
      An establishment dedicated to a certain cause.
      Gary thought people from institutions were very narrow minded.
    • Human rights
      Basic rights that need to be respected by other people if there is to be peace.
      Gary read the human rights and make the council of Goborinthia teach them to every citizen.
    • International law and agreements
      Rules outside of a nation, of the world.
      Gary wrote an international law and agreement that would severely discourage cannibalism.
    • Land claims
      The declaration of control over a certain piece of land or water.
      Gary thought his government should give up some of their land claims to the people to gain trust.
    • First Nations treaties and the Indian Act
      Rules that separated the settlers and first nations (gave them reserves etc…).
      Gary heard about the first nations treaties and the Indian act up in Canada and he thought it was racist.
    • Peace making
      The process of bringing and introducing peace.
      Gary decided to go into the business of peace making because he thought it was more productive than militarism.
    • Peacekeeping
      The job of steadying and holding peace after bringing it.
      Gary went into the business of peacekeeping after he had brought peace to his old nation.
    • Gary ended up:
      becoming head peacemaker/keeper on behalf of his nation-state Goborinthia, created a charter of equality for all, converted everyone in his previously cannibalistic nation to become vegetarian, tamed all the wild beasts with his amazing animal speaking powers and saving the world by inventing world peace.
      … and that concludes the story of Gary.
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