Complexity[ edit ] The relationship between a nation in the ethnic sense and a state can be complex. The presence of a state can encourage ethnogenesisand a group with a pre-existing ethnic identity can influence the drawing of territorial boundaries or to argue for political legitimacy.
Although with not very much experience, I have learned how to deal with my situations and that is why to me, this answer is simple. You must only be involved in a nation to the point where you still know who you are, and if the puzzle piece of nation left you, you would still have something left.
You cannot put everything you have into your nation because at the end of the day, you are more then just a part of a nation.
You must have your own thoughts, and opinions, even if that means your nation does not agree with you.
Being in a nation is not all about agreeing in every aspect of ones life. The point of being in a nation is because you all have the same general idea on something.
Of course you can be in many types of nations. I speak English so I also am a part of an English speaking nation, which is considered a linguistic nation. I have a big interest in dance, as well as the people who dance with me.
Together, we make our own nation based on our love of dance. That is why our world has no many nations, because the definition of nation is so open to whatever you can make it, as long as you all have a similar idea or way of life.
When I am dancing, our group as a dance nation all have one thing in common, everyday and every minute. We all love to dance.
This is where people get confused and lost, because they assume that to be a strong nation, you must all be in sync with every thought, every opinion, and every action.
I am not going to feel the same about the world as the person beside m, even though we live in Canada and have some things in common. This is because we are a geographic nation. Not everything, but some things. That is all you need to be a nation. So to answer your question which I may or may not have answered through my rant, if at the end of the day you have your own thoughts, and dreams on life, you are achieving a great goal.
You are a part of many nations, and you are yourself! Give yourself a high five! If you struggle to be anything but someone in a group setting, your foundation of identity is too strong.
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Mar 10, · To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity? To me, being both involved in my nation and still remaining an individual in this world with my own thoughts, values, and beliefs is extremely important. An Attempt to Identify the Root Cause of Antisemitism By A. B. Yehoshua A prominent Israeli author gets to the bottom of the world`s oldest hatred. Complexity. The relationship between a nation (in the ethnic sense) and a state can be complex. The presence of a state can encourage ethnogenesis, and a group with a pre-existing ethnic identity can influence the drawing of territorial boundaries or to argue for political legitimacy.. This definition of a "nation-state" is not universally accepted.