Do you think your own identity is in part defined by one or more national cultures? If so, in what ways and to what extent?
- KillmousekyLv 72 months ago
Not really. My heritage is Irish (maternal) & Polish (paternal). My father was a U.S. citizen who came to Canada in summer '41 to join the army & I have lots of U.S. relatives. However, I've always regarded myself as a citizen of the world & my "religion" simply to do good.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Answer that for yourself. Knowing my answer cannot possibly be relevant.
- otto saxoLv 72 months ago
National cultures are a denominator. They are the common ground of many single individuals' dreams, ideas and habits.
- capitalgentlemanLv 72 months ago
Yes. I have a Scottish mother, and an English father. We emigrated to Canada when I was young, and I grew up here. All three influence who, and what I am.