What are culture and identity of Tokelau?
Lulture and identity of Tokelau is characterized by sided community relationships,which is aimed at maintaining egalitarianism and prevent conflict.
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Answer . Our cultural identity is derived from our sense of belonging to a particular cultural or ethnic group.
Cultural Identity is a person's background and also how youcan refer to a person. A person's culture is usually where they arefrom, what language they speak, and their religi…on. Usually you eatfood according to your culture, and your traditions are accordingto your religion. For example, I am a Muslim so therefore Icelebrate Eid. A person's identity is their age, gender, ethnicity and job, etc.The way you are brought up can affect your identity quite a lot.For example, if you are brought up within a bad family, peoplemight have a bad impression about you although you might be a goodperson and vice versa. It is important to have an identity becauseif you don't, you could be socially excluded and left out. I am aPakistani and most of my mates are Asians. I therefore belong to agroup in society and I have a sense of belonging.
They are three tiny atolls, they lie half way between New Zealand and Hawaii and have a total surface area just 10 kilometres and a population of about 1,500.
Cultural Identity is basically a group with whom you associate yourself. This can be based on where you live, genetic commonalities, or differeces, history, nationality, langu…age, idiology, values, business, education, even aethetics. The divisions between cultures can be very fine in some parts of the world, especially places such as the US or Canada where the population is ethnically diverse and social unity is based primarily on common social values more than other more obvious factors such as race or sexuality.
It means what culture you come from
pop culture and identity are alike because they both like cake.. this is fact
Maori is still working through the Declaration of Independence with the Crown which includes the Treaty of Waitangi. These contracts help identify Maori and their needs, cultu…re and comfort.
See the movie 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' and you'll see. When a woman with heavy greek culture falls for a man who can't even pronounce some words properly, what can she do?. … Seriously, it's a difficult question to answer without a whole essay's worth of writing...
Cultural identity is a topic of extensive anthropological research. Individuals identify with different groups, such as their gender, race, nationality, class, religion, and s…exual orientation. Many of the differences between these groups are created by culture, so those who identify with a certain group can create or change their own individual identity and beliefs based on what the cultural norms or expectations of that group are.
Tokelau is under the sovereignty of New Zeland, but the cultures are seperate. If you are from Tokelau, you are Tokelauan. Tokelau is it's own culture. Some Tokelauans have be…en generations from Samoa and Spain.
Wearing the clothes your culture would normally wear is a good one. Eat the foods that your culture eats is another good one.
Cultural identity occurs everywhere in our world, everyone has a culture and therefore identity comes along with it. The definition of identity is;(The set of behavioral or pe…rsonal characteristics by which an individual is recognizable as a member of a group), so this states that your culture can give you a sense of identity. The certain customs, traditions, religions, and even foods can shape a culture, and if you are part of that culture those things may or may not become a part of your identity. Depending upon which aspects of your culture you follow or do not follow shapes your specific identity, the cultural aspects you do follow however are your cultural identity, everyone has a cultural identity whether or not they follow it.
Forest products , cut flowers , hydropower .
abouriginals have been a very quiet harmless people until the white man came and thought theyd teach us thier culture and put us in residential school to kill the native in th…e child but mostly killed the child. abouriginals today lost their identity but are stronger and still trying to learn thier culture
Well i think you should look in a book please.