• Belonging Relationships - as You Like It

    essential to finding a true sense of belonging” Discuss with reference to your prescribed text and related text/s Due to the complex and abstract nature of the concept of belonging, a true sense of belonging can be found in different circumstances for different people. As each individual has their own desires, needs and values, they find their place in the world and a genuine sense of belonging in various avenues. Many individuals find the strongest sense of belonging through relationships, due to the

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  • Belonging Critical Essay

    Belonging Critical Essay “Belonging to a community or group has a significant impact on an individual’s sense of self” Introduction Individuals desire a sense of belonging within various groups in the community to engage with others in an enriching and meaningful way. Displacement from a community, culture or family can have a significant impact on individuals’ sense of self and where he truly belongs. Peter Skryzynecki’s poems, “Feliks Skrzynecki” and “Migrant Hostel” explore the effects of displacement

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  • The Simple Gift

    Understanding nourishes belonging… a lack of understanding prevents it. Demonstrate how your prescribed text and ONE other related text of your own choosing represent this interpretation of belonging. Belonging is primarily about acceptance and developing a connection and identity. Belonging implies an understanding of the needs of the individual and the group and negotiating a way towards acceptance of those needs. Conversely, exclusion emerges when the individual and the group fail to understand

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  • Belonging Essay

    the barrier to belonging in Australia, and the alienation of migrants. Skryznecki uses similes to reiterate his point that migrants were alienated. He say "like a homing pigeon" to compare migrants to birds. He does this to show that the migrants don't belong the are constantly moving to survive like birds do. He further develops this idea through a second simile "like birds of passage". He is explaining that nothing was certain, and there was no security or place of belonging. The migrants feel

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  • Viva Voce

    belong and not belong simultaneously because a person may feel that he/she belongs to a certain place or group but may feel that they don’t belong because of their relationship with the people within the place or group. e.g. Orlando feels a sense of belonging because he is his father’s son but feels he doesn’t belong because of the way that Oliver treats him e.g. Rosalind belongs to the court but doesn’t belong when her father gets banished from the court and she doesn’t belong anymore e.g. (Dropzone)

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  • Belonging

    Elaine Yang (address xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) Contact:xxxxxx Email: xxxxxxxxxxx Objective: Seeking a position as a Customer Service at the Gelatissimo Working experience: Chinese Restaurant Gordon Suburb Waiter, 2009-2010 Responsibilities include assisting customers with menu selection Sydney Today Pty Ltd (mainstream Chinese media company) Education adviser and website editor, 2010-2011 Responsibilities include editor the webpage, give education advice to whole NSW

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  • Belonging

    Feeling of not belonging People who need people are the happiest people of all, but about a quarter of Australians are socially isolated and feel they do not belong, research shows. It reveals that simple activities, such as sitting down to dinner with the family regularly can promote happiness and mental wellbeing. But the activities some believe are intrinsically good, such as volunteering or becoming a community activist, are not necessarily good for you. The research, by Helen Berry of

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  • Belonging

    It’s the tremble in our hands and the shiver down our spines. It’s that feeling of panic, of unease which can infiltrate and consume the human mind like nothing else. It is darkness, it is distress, it is fear; and it is our fears which ultimately shape our attitudes. But fear in itself is more than just an emotion, it is rather a state of being which, when evoked at a high level, can influence and shape not only the way we think and feel but consequently, the way we react to the world. However,

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  • Hsc: Belonging Essay, (Romulus, My Father - Raimond Gaita & My Son the Fanatic - Hanif Kureishi)

    “Belonging doesn’t just happen; it involves many factors and experiences in order to feel that you truly belong.” How has your study of your core text and at least one support text highlighted the importance of belonging? Belonging is the concept of acceptance and understanding which is eminent within the human condition but many factors and experiences affect how this sensation of belonging can prosper within each individual. This concept of acceptance and understanding is represented in Raimond

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  • Belonging Respose

    linked to their sense of belonging.” Discuss this view with detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your choosing. In 1953 play by Arthur Miller, The Crucible, short story of 1973 by Ursula Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, and Lee Joon-ik’s 2005 film, The King and the Clown, through the exploration of identity, guilt and power, and integrity, these works have demonstrated an individual’s self-esteem and its link to belonging. In Miller’s play, self-esteem

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  • Project

    particular society there is the need to first of all understand the term sense of belonging. The concept of sense of belonging may be define as the perception of similarity to others, an acknowledged interdependence with others, a willingness to maintain this interdependence by giving to or doing for others what one expects from them, and the feeling that one is part of a larger dependable and stable structure Belonging is closely linked to the concepts of identity, social groups, and communities.

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  • Belonging

    Who belongs or is excluded? What language has the composer used that explicitly links to the concept of belonging? What is the nature of belonging explored in the text? How are techniques used to explore the concept of belonging? The Fig Tree When is the text set and how does the time period impact on audience understanding or perception of belonging? Why has the composer created this text? (purpose) Where is the text set? How does the setting allow for inclusion or exclusion

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  • Simple Gitf

    a sense of belonging when they make connections with places or other people.” Belonging is a complex concept that is shaped by our interactions and experiences with people, groups and communities. It is evident that we can develop a strong need and desire to belong and our ability to achieve this is shaped by our behaviours attitudes and actions. This notion is evident in the novel, The Simple Gift composed by Steven Herrick. Where Herrick demonstrates many concepts of belonging, one being

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  • A Sense of Belonging

    A Sense of Belonging Student Name College Name A Sense of Belonging Alice Walker’s Everyday Use was about a woman who raised two daughters on a farm in the rural south during the late 1960s or early 1970s. Even though they were very poor, the eldest daughter, Dee, was able to go away to college. She was educated and very worldly. The younger sister, Maggie, stayed at home with Mama and could barely read. Although Mama and Maggie felt they belonged on the farm, Dee felt she belonged in the

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  • Essay

    A sense of belonging can emerge from the connections made with people, places and the larger world. It is these connections that influence where we search for meaning in our lives and ultimately where we belong. The Simple Gift (TSG) verse novel by Steven Herrick illustrates a protagonist journey through alienation to belonging through the building of relationships. It is through these relationships that he connects with the town. He searches for belonging through his relationships which creates

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  • Romulus My Father

    Belonging is one of the fundamental human needs for companionship and security. For those who have a place where they belong such as with a family, with friends, with the community; they feel safe and content. For those who don’t belong and cannot “fit” into their surroundings they are faced with problems of alienation and loneliness. These different aspects of belong are reflected in a variety of texts; “Romulus My Father” by Raimond Gaita explores a sense of familial belonging and how it shapes

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  • Poem, Belonging

    fragmented identity. Belonging is an instinctive part of the human condition, however Skrzynecki empathises throughout this poem that a lack of understanding of it can prelude ones sense of belonging and ultimately cause a feeling of disconnection, which therefore causes an impeded sense of frustration and Isolation. Furthermore through this poem Skrzynecki explores the idea behind the lack of acceptance that these migrants continue to have, hence he is unable to nourish belonging expressively at all

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  • Belonging Speech

    Belonging speech Good morning/Afternoon teachers and students today I will be showing you how a sense of belonging or not belonging greatly influences an individual’s identity. A change in identity occurs when belonging is found through meaningful, intimate relationships, with senses of place, community, safety and familiarity. The free verse novel, The Simple Gift, composed by Steven Herrick, the dramatic fairy tale film, Edward Scissor hands, directed and created by Tim Burton and the novel Matilda

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  • Belonging

    Belonging describes a sense of acceptance and security created through perceptions of relationships. Whilst we can easily develop connections with familiar things, our tendency to do so can also potentially oppress our ability to belong. Due to its intangible nature, a sense of belonging is determined by a state of mind, as it requires mutual acceptance by both parties. Lastly, when facing hardships to belong, people may have the incentive to abandon their original relationships and search for new

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  • The Simple Gift/Way Home Belonging Essay

    The idea of Belonging is a dynamic and essential aspect of life through an individual’s portrayal of identity, place, relationship and acceptance, it is also dependant on the person’s perception of what belonging is defined as. The free-verse novel ‘The Simple Gift’ written by Steven Herrick and picture book ‘Way Home’ composed by Libby Hathorn convey these different dimensions of belonging through characters and context. Both main characters of the texts share the same themes of homelessness and

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  • Belonging to Community

    belong. Max Lucado’s picture book ‘You Are Special’, and Harper Lee’s novel ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ delve into the intricacies of belonging within community. Both texts explore how personal differences can alienate individuals from their community and cause a loss of self-worth. However people often overcome this disconnection to community through experiences of belonging in their own unique identity. Lucado’s ‘You Are Special’ follows the story of a Wemmick (puppet) named Punchinello who lives

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  • Sareee

    Belonging is considered to be a broad concept which can offer many individuals a sense of security, identity as well as connectivity. An individual’s viewpoints on belonging can be related to the interactions they have with others, as a positive view may enhance their sense of belonging, whereas, a negative view may limit their ability to do so. Through an individual’s inability to express their positive attitudes towards others, can often be the reason why one may reject the ideas of belonging through

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  • Rmf Essay Belonging What Not to Do

    person’s sense of belonging is shaped by their connections within their physical and social environments. This representation of belonging is seen in Gaita’s memoir Romulus, my Father and the short story “neighbours” by Tim Wilton. Romulus,my Father is Raimond Gaita’s memoir to his father Romulus; focusing on exploring his father’s moral identity and their joint experiences living in Central Victoria as European immigrants arriving in the 1950’s. The main connections of belonging explored in the two

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  • Belonging Creative Text

    As we walked down Darlinghurst Road looking for our first club to make our way into, one club with the name The White Room caught Josh’s eye and he convinced us to follow him in. We walk into the colour filled room with white lasers and strobe lights flashing to the deep techno beat the DJ had just dropped, with bass so low it almost made you feel as if your chest was going to concave. Being able to smoke in the club made it almost possible to see the emphysema floating around the room as you breathed

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  • A Pedagogy of Belonging

    Pedagogy of Belonging Mitchell Beck and James Malley ABSTRACT: The psychological sense that one belongs in a classroom and school community is considered a necessary antecedent to the successful learning experience. In an era when traditional sources of belonging have diminished due to changing family and community demographics, the school plays an increasingly important role in meeting this need. There is evidence that conventional classroom practices fail to engender a sense of belonging, especially

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  • Hsc Belonging

    Rubric Element | Strictly Ballroom | Tea with Milk | Personal Context | * Perceptions of belonging and not belonging are shaped through an individuals personal context and they way they were brought up * Familial relationships significantly influence an individual’s sense of belonging * Belonging to a family does not necessarily always have positive impacts / provide a sense of belonging * Belonging is enriched by a positive interaction with others and the surrounding world but can also be

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  • The First Group, the Family, Has More Influence in Our Identity and Belonging

    ‘The first group we belong to, the family, has more influence than any other group on forming our identity’ Family, the first group we belong to, carries a monumental impact in influencing ones' identity. However, through different circumstances, it is possible to have more than one 'family', thus having another group possessing more influence over the 'first family'. Having a 'family' is not determined by having a biological connection, rather it is the people with whom we associate. We

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  • Belonging

    The general gist of this poem is that it’s about life and death. She’s recalling a childhood memory in the first stanza (at the beach), and then in the second stanza we come to the present and see that she’s with her friend, visiting the grave of her friend’s parents. In the third stanza she starts to think about their own death and mortality. In the fourth stanza she recounts a dream she had about her and her friend. That’s where we learn that her dream is much more inviting than the real world

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  • Belonging

    Belonging This essay discusses defines belonging. It identifies some elements of belonging, and focuses on selected few. It discussed concept of belonging from my perspective and looks at the significant of that from Aboriginals perspective based on research. It gives a brief history of the cruel nature of colonisation, its impact on Aboriginals and how this colonial mentality is perpetuated through discrimination to the Indigenous Australian disadvantage. It states why the policy introduced

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  • Simple Gift Model

    experience of belonging or not belonging. Discuss this view with detailed reference to The Simple Gift and TWO other related texts. Relationships and experiences contribute to an individual’s sense of belonging or not belonging. This view is clearly evident in The Simple Gift by Steven Herrick and the two related texts _______________ and __________________. The Simple Gift explores the characters of Billy, Caitlin and Old Bill. At the beginning each character feels a sense of not belonging, but this

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  • ‘How Has Studying the Concept of Belonging Expanded Your Understanding of Yourself, and of Your World?’

    ‘How has studying the concept of Belonging expanded your understanding of yourself, and of your world?’ In the world today, there is a certain restless nature and desire that lives deep within the human heart. Eternal and overwhelming, this inner struggle is one that fuels our innate need to identify with a group. For any individual, a perception of acceptance and understanding is a fundamental element of the human sense of self. Throughout this journey of finding acceptance, our personal identity

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  • Belonging

    Great Expectations offers a diversity of interpretations so various responders will be engaged by the text. The main character, Pip, is used to establish the journey of a young boy’s life as he learns the true meaning of life and what values are most important. Dickens uses a range of characters to show Pip learning this lesson and to provide insights into various aspects of the Victorian era culture. Characters such as Joe and Magwitch provide an insight into the education and the crime and justice

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    experience of belonging or not belonging. Discuss this view with detailed reference to The Simple Gift and TWO other related texts. Relationships and experiences contribute to an individual’s sense of belonging or not belonging. This view is clearly evident in The Simple Gift by Steven Herrick and the two related texts _______________ and __________________. The Simple Gift explores the characters of Billy, Caitlin and Old Bill. At the beginning each character feels a sense of not belonging, but this

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  • Belonging

    Belonging is a challenging and complex concept that may be embraced or resisted by individuals or society. Peter S. Immigrant Chronicles composed by P.S explores a range of ideas and messages that the poet wants to communicate to his audience of the different layers and levels of belonging. Both poems Migrant Hostel and St Pat’s explore the importance of choice of environment by the individual and the role of the individual are seen to affect their own sense of belonging. An individual’s connection

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  • “Relationships Are Essential to Finding a True Sense of Belonging”

    essential to finding a true sense of belonging” Discuss with reference to your prescribed text and related text/s Due to the complex and abstract nature of the concept of belonging, a true sense of belonging can be found in different circumstances for different people. As each individual has their own desires, needs and values, they find their place in the world and a genuine sense of belonging in various avenues. Many individuals find the strongest sense of belonging through relationships, due to

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  • Peter Skrzynecki & Related Text - Belonging

    The concept of belonging highlights our needs of acceptance through relationships and communities. This is clearly exemplified through Peter Skrzynecki’s Immigrant Chronicle (1975), which depicts the challenge of developing a sense of belonging. Peter Skrzynecki has evidently communicated this to the responder through ‘Migrant Hostel’ and ’10 Mary Street’. The novel ‘Rabbit Proof Fence’ by Doris Pilkington, 1996, effectively improves on these ideas, where the protagonist, Molly, lacks a sense of

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  • Quotes from as You Like It Relevant to the Topic of Belonging

    Belonging through relationships Meaning: A sense of belonging can be forstered through relationships this may be strengthened or broken down. Quote: Rosiland and Celia "To you I give myself for i am yours" 5.4.101 Conversation between rosiland and celia are witty and help us to understanf their friendship as close- as they banter between each other- we seee values and ideas to the society they belong to. Some characters choose not to Belong Meaning: Where most people choose to belong to a

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  • Belonging

    ABSTRACT Yuval-Davis outlines an analytical framework for the study of belonging and the politics of belonging. Her article is divided into three interconnected parts. The first explores the notion of ‘belonging’ and the different analytical levels on which it needs to be studied: social locations; identifications and emotional attachments; and ethical and political values. The second part focuses on the politics of belonging and how it relates to the participatory politics of citizenship as well

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  • Belonging

    myself to him…’, Alejandro Innatritu’s film Babel (2006) and Franz Kafka’s novella Metamorphosis (1912) collectively explore ideas of belonging. (ADD ANSWER TO DIRECT QUESTION). They represent how belonging and exclusion from society contributes to shaping one’s sense of self and identity to determine their position in the larger world. The texts highlights how belonging to people and places within both social and cultural contexts, is dependent on the choices we make to feel accepted or remain an outsider

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  • Aos - Belonging

    AOS – Belonging Essay ‘St. Patricks College’, ‘Migrant Hostel’ and Starry Night – Vincent Van Gough Belonging is an abstract perception that evolves and changes depending on an individual’s context and situation. The tension between belonging to society and self is at the heart of the complexity of the concept. Peter Skrzynecki’s poems St. Patricks College and Migrant Hostel from the immigrant chronicles and Van Gogh’s Starry Night are different mediums that juxtapose the duality of belonging

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  • ‘Religion Today Is More About Believing Than Belonging’. to What Extent Do Sociological Arguments and Evidence Support This View of the Relationship Between Religious Beliefs, Religious Organisations and Social Groups in Society Today?

    Believing without belonging is a term used by Davie to describe the fact religion is becoming more privatised, as people have more choice in religious practices that they felt obligated to follow in the past. Many sociologists, such as Davie, argue that religion is not declining; it is just taking an alternate form – such as believing without belonging. Spiritual shopping, a term used by Hervieu-Leger, and ‘Jesus in Disneyland’ are two other ways in which religion is taking on a different relationship

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  • Peter Skrzynecki, Belonging

    “A sense of belonging arises from a connection with people and places” An individual’s sense of belonging is a fundamental aspect of one’s life as belonging emerges from the connection between people and places, whether a bodily place or a non-existential place. The poems by Peter Skrzynecki, ‘10 Mary Street’ and ‘Feliks Skrzynecki’ highlights the idea of belonging in a way that depicts the sense of connectedness of various people in a cultural community and a physical place. The poem, ‘Feliks

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  • Belonging Essay Using ‘Strictly Ballroom’ and Two Related Texts

    Belonging Essay using ‘Strictly Ballroom’ and two related texts Belonging is important in Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom, Looking for Alibrandi by Melina Marchetta and Minh Bui Jones’ feature article, On Home and Haven. These texts show how belonging or to fit into a group and be part of something is essential to human existence and brings more meaning to one’s life. Belonging is about being comfortable with the people you interact with and the environment you find yourself in. A need to challenge

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  • Network Management - Two Virtual Lans, Belonging to Nm Lab, and Belonging to Networking Lab, Each Have Three Workstations

    technically, a. Describe four choices for resolving the problem, maintaining the LAN as an Ethernet LAN. b. State the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. 1. Two virtual LANs, belonging to NM lab, and belonging to Networking lab, each have three workstations. The former has workstations, and the latter They are connected to a switched hub on ports 2 through 7. the NICs (network interface cards) associated

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  • Corporate Law - a Ship-Owner Agreed to Carry to Cargo of Sugar Belonging to a from Constanza to Busrah. He Knew That There Was a Sugar Market in Busrah and That a Was a Sugar Merchant but Did Not Know That

    correct statement. Explain Briefly? (5 Marks) i) An invitation to negotiate is a good offer. ii) A quasi-contract is not a contract at all. iii) An agreement to agree is a valid contract. Q.2. A ship-owner agreed to carry to cargo of sugar belonging to A from Constanza to Busrah. He knew that there was a sugar market in Busrah and that A was a sugar merchant, but did not know that he intended to sell the cargo, immediately on its arrival. Owning to Shipment’s default, the voyage was delayed

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  • Belonging

    Through studying belonging I have developed an understanding that our tendency to belong is a profound part of human nature. Belonging creates personality, security and cultural identity, when an individual gains this sense of belonging a sense of fulfillment is achieved. This is evident in Peter Skrzynecki’s poems Feliks Skrzynecki, Migrant Hostel, Tim Wintons short story neighbours and Looking for Alibrandi directed by Kate woods. Peter Skrzynecki’s poem ‘Feliks Skrzynecki’ explores the need

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  • Belonging in as You Like It

    one aspect of belonging in the play? “The spirit of my father grow strong in me” In the play As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, Orlando believes that he will grow to be like his father and that he has a relational connection with his father. Shakespeare explores many aspects of belonging and not belonging in relationships with families, couples, genders and social class. He uses a wide range of dramatic and language techniques to explore the relational aspects of belonging. Juxtaposition

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  • As You Like It Belonging - Neighbours by Tim Winton Related Text

    Belonging is a natural human need which can be seen through Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Tim Winton’s Neighbours. Both texts explore how perceptions of belonging and not belonging can be influenced by one’s connection to place. This idea is conveyed through changes in place and how the changes can develop a sense of belonging or non-belonging. Setting is used by both texts to convey how the significance of a change in place can affect belonging. In As You Like It Shakespeare juxtaposes the

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  • Belonging

    “I’m trying to make a case for people who don’t have the sense of belonging that they should have, that there is something really worthwhile in having a sense of belonging.” Imagine yourself in a foreign land. You have no idea where you are or who to turn to. Your new surroundings make you feel out of place. Imagine feeling like that for thirty days…or sixty days…or more. How are you coping? Are you sleeping well? What is your mood? My bet is that you are falling apart; That you are spiralling

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  • Belonging

    interacts with others and the world around them can enhance or restrain their experience of belonging. A sense of belonging is reliant on relationships and close links with places, particular environments and landscapes. Relationships are initially built upon mutual interests and acceptance and this is closely linked with one’s innate desire to be able to affiliate with a group or another individual. Belonging is a part of everyday life and can enrich our identity and can lead to acceptance and understanding

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