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Ally Turned Personal Finance Into A Game Of Augmented Reality Monopoly

Ally Turned Personal Finance Into A Game Of Augmented Reality Monopoly

Ally Turned Personal Finance Into A Game Of Augmented Reality Monopoly

Learning about personal finance isn't the most fun part of growing up, or growing older. Thinking about where to bank isn't all the exciting either--unless you're depositing a large sum of money or … Continue reading at

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McGill Desautels Faculty of Management in Collaboration with RBC Future Launch and The Globe and Mail Launch National Personal Finance Course

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Video Clip: Personal Finance and Millennials

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00:03:39 1 Terminology
00:05:00 2 History
00:08:14 2.1 19th century
00:08:51 2.1.1 France
00:11:36 2.1.2 Germany
00:15:45 2.1.3 Italy
00:19:15 2.1.4 Greece
00:19:39 2.1.5 Serbia
00:21:16 2.1.6 Poland
00:24:10 2.1.7 Jewish Nationalism
00:25:55 2.1.8 Latin America
00:27:08 2.2 20th century
00:27:17 2.2.1 China
00:29:13 2.2.2 Africa
00:31:04 2.2.3 Middle East
00:32:37 2.2.4 Post-Communism
00:40:13 2.3 21st century
00:45:01 3 Political science
00:46:46 4 Sociology
00:49:59 4.1 Primordialist evolutionary interpretation
00:53:42 4.2 Marxist interpretations
00:55:16 5 Varieties
00:56:10 5.1 Civic nationalism and liberal nationalism
01:00:46 5.2 Ethnic nationalism
01:02:28 5.3 Economic nationalism
01:02:57 5.4 Religious nationalism
01:03:29 5.5 Left-wing nationalism
01:04:43 5.6 Territorial nationalism
01:05:42 5.7 Integral nationalism, irredentism, and pan-nationalism
01:07:27 5.8 Anti-colonial nationalism
01:08:33 5.9 Racial nationalism
01:09:01 5.10 Sports nationalism
01:10:37 5.11 Gendered and muscular nationalism
01:14:28 6 Criticisms
01:19:23 7 See also

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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
– Socrates

Nationalism is a political, social, and economic ideology and movement characterized by the promotion of the interests of a particular nation, especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation’s sovereignty (self-governance) over its homeland. Nationalism holds that each nation should govern itself, free from outside interference (self-determination), that a nation is a natural and ideal basis for a polity, and that the nation is the only rightful source of political power (popular sovereignty). It further aims to build and maintain a single national identity--based on shared social characteristics such as culture, language, religion, politics, and belief in a shared singular history--and to promote national unity or solidarity. Nationalism, therefore, seeks to preserve and foster a nation’s traditional culture, and cultural revivals have been associated with nationalist movements. It also encourages pride in national achievements, and is closely linked to patriotism. Nationalism is often combined with other ideologies, such as conservatism (national conservatism) or socialism (socialist nationalism) for example.Nationalism as an ideology is modern. Throughout history, people have had an attachment to their kin group and traditions, to territorial authorities and to their homeland, but nationalism did not become a widely-recognized concept until the 18th century. There are three paradigms for understanding the origins and basis of nationalism. Primordialism (perennialism) proposes that there have always been nations and that nationalism is a natural phenomenon. Ethnosymbolism explains nationalism as a dynamic, evolutionary phenomenon and stresses the importance of symbols, myths and traditions in the development of nations and nationalism. Modernism proposes that nationalism is a recent social phenomenon that needs the socio-economic structures of modern society to exist.There are various definitions of a “nation”, however, which leads to different strands of nationalism. It can be a belief that citizenship in a state should be limited to one ethnic, cultural, religious or identity group; or that multinationality in a state should mean the right to express and exercise national identity even by minorities.
The adoption of national identity in terms of historical development has often been a response by influential groups unsatisfied with traditional identities due to mismatch between their defined social order and the experience of that social order by its members, resulting in an anomie that nationalists seek to resolve. This anomie results in a society reinterpreting identity, retaining elements deemed acceptable and removing elements deemed unacceptable, to create a unified community. This development may be the result of internal structural issues or the result of resentment by an existing group …

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