Domain National belonging
National belonging refers to the extent to which the nation state forms a central site of belonging. National belonging has traditionally been seen by governments as the main barometer of citizenship. As such, it can become a strategic form of belonging for migrants' self-advancement and social acceptance.
- Markus, Andrew, Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys National Report, The Scanlon Foundation, Monash University, Melbourne, 2014. Also available at http://scanlonfoundation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/2014-Mapping-Social-Cohesion-Report.pdf. Details
Research Unit in Public Cultures
Created: 5 August 2016, Last modified: 20 July 2017