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1.1 Healy - the other side of belonging
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What is meant with "the other side of belonging"?People have a need to belong to something. The other
sideis a failureto belong and the resulting damage that might occur
What are the two ways in which there can be failure to belong?Not-belonging = the loss of a sense of belonging
Unbelonging = the removal of membership belonging
What kind of special roles do schools play in the forming of belonging?They shape
normative valuesand beliefsand are often charged with transmittingthese principlesto generations. They contributeto the identity-formingbonds needed by individuals, often through citizenship
What is the view of Healy regarding people and stories?People are
story-tellerand constantly tell storiesabout who we are and how we got where we are. We changethe storieswhen we respond to the facilityof life. We see ourselves therefore as an integralpart of a system
What are the two ways in which people can belong according to the political strand?A personal centimate of place attachment and an official public-oriented formal structure of membership, for instance: citizenship
How was the action of Colin Kaepernick in 2016 by feeling for the national anthem for BLM so powerful in terms of belonging?It is a political protest, because national anthems is the most important way of belonging, to show that he could act as an individual.
What are the three interpretations of this action of Kaepernick in terms of not-belonging?1. A
personmay see itself as deeply bondedto the polity( respectfor the USAand the flag etc.), but see no sense in associatingwith fellow citizens
2. The group may see the
personas belonging, but this personsees itself treatedas if it doesn't, because the treatmentis different.
3. The group sees the
personnot as belonging, neither does the person(which strengthensvice versa).
What can enlarge the feeling of absence?In some of the
situations, the personis finewith the situation. However, when they are ignored, there can be a ' tyrannyof the majority'
What was thought to be enough to tackle unbelonging at schools?Strong school ethos combined with some form of citizenship education or values programme
What has changed over the years in political sense of belonging?In a world of increasing movements, attempts by governments to manage this movement means that belonging is open to retraction, forcing some into unbelonging.
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