Who am I? Identity, nationality and belonging
by The Open University
This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.
The pathway includes trigger material to start you thinking about nationality and citizenship. A video featuring Ruth Barnett, a Jewish refugee, and Moazzam Begg, an ex-Guantanamo detainee, prompt considerations of whether we have a right to our nationality, and whether a state should protect its citizens.
The pathway then considers personal identity. Learning resources focus on how much of an impact your own family and friends have had on shaping your identity. It then looks at ethnicity and identity, featuring one of the UK’s leading cultural theorists, Professor Stuart Hall.
|1||Who am I? Identity, nationality and belonging - video introduction||--||1:52||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||Is citizenship nationality?||You may think you have a right to your nationality and that the state will protect you, however, we hear from Ruth Barnett, a Jewish refugee, and Moazzam Begg, an ex-Guantanamo detainee, about the stark realities.||2:38||Free||View in iTunes|
||Perspective: Is citizenship nationality?||In a roundtable discussion about citizenship, our experts discuss nationality from an activism point of view, and a theoretical standpoint.||11:31||Free||View in iTunes|
||Identity in question||Why is identity important and how are identities formed? This unit looks at the many different ways in which identity can be categorised. By examining the requirements of the state, how a child views gender, and the importance of race or place of birth,||--||Free||View in iTunes|
||Understanding Identity||A short introduction to this album||1:05||Free||View in iTunes|
||Identity - what is it?||Definitions of identity, the existence of personal and social identity and the way in which concepts of identity have changed.||7:18||Free||View in iTunes|
||Formation of Identity||Identities are formed by society and by individuals. Identities are created by people’s responses to us and our reactions to those responses.||7:34||Free||View in iTunes|
||Changing identity||Ability to change our identities and how this has been influenced by developments in technology. Constraint of external factors.||7:04||Free||View in iTunes|
||Shared Identity||Belonging to a group; the importance of viewing identity in terms of similarity as well as difference.||8:11||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ethnicity - what is it?||he increasing visibility of different races and ethnicities in all aspects of British life. Is this trend is likely to continue or whether a kind of ‘English ethnicity’ assert itself?||6:02||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ethnicity and race||The implications of race and ethnicity for racism.||6:07||Free||View in iTunes|
||Racism - individual and institutional||Investgating the Stephen Lawrence murder case . Change in attitude is the responsibility of both public institutions and private individuals||12:40||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ethnicity and identity||Young people’s perceptions of identity may hold the key to understanding issues of race and ethnicity in Britain.||5:24||Free||View in iTunes|
||Life stories||This unit examines life stories. It looks at the way in which objects, trends, cultures or disabilities may contribute to a person's identity. This unit also considers the contribution that our own life stories make to who we are, and how remembering an||--||Free||View in iTunes|
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