Category: NATIONAL IDENTITY

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Why US Communities Should be Designing Parks for Older Adults

Why US Communities Should be Designing Parks for Older Adults

Jay Maddock, Texas A&M University As America grays, healthy aging becomes essential. Physical activity or exercise is an important piece of th [...]
Six Charts that Illustrate the Divide Between Rural and Urban America

Six Charts that Illustrate the Divide Between Rural and Urban America

Six charts that illustrate the divide between rural and urban America The divide is in the data. American Community Survey (ACS) 2011-2015 5 year es [...]
Populism and American Identity

Populism and American Identity

In many European countries, so-called “populist” political parties are on the rise, disrupting the established political order and upstaging mainstrea [...]
Who Are We? Is Authoritarianism on the Rise in America?

Who Are We? Is Authoritarianism on the Rise in America?

Authoritarianism is in the news. Not only in the United States but in countries around the world. Donald Trump has become the symbol for such discussi [...]
Want To Be Healthier And Live Longer? Adopt A Blue Zone Community Mindset

Want To Be Healthier And Live Longer? Adopt A Blue Zone Community Mindset

Diets, crash courses, lifestyle gurus and what not! We have so much around us that claim to give us the secret to leading happier, healthier and more [...]
National Identity, Inclusion or Invasion?

National Identity, Inclusion or Invasion?

National Identity  National identity is the collectively shared agreement by citizens and residents of the characteristics, values, and principles [...]
Six Ways to Strengthen the Social Fabric of Your Community

Six Ways to Strengthen the Social Fabric of Your Community

The social fabric is an invisible cloth that binds us into a whole, especially within our community. Like the air we breathe, we usually take it for g [...]
New study: Did America’s growing diversity make voters more xenophobic?

New study: Did America’s growing diversity make voters more xenophobic?

Allison Skinner, University of Washington Donald Trump’s presidential victory took many by surprise, and in the weeks since the election, political a [...]
United We Stand?

United We Stand?

Today, statements like “United We Stand” seem nostalgic and naïve at best. Statements like “divided we fall” look like a locomotive thundering toward [...]
What is Whiteness in America Today?

What is Whiteness in America Today?

The topic of white identity came to the forefront in 2016. The past campaign and election of President Donald Trump spurred much talk about white i [...]
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