- HUI 239 Lecture In Italy regionalism is very strong The average Italian is first concerned with his city or town then with his region then with

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HUI 239 11/12/09 Lecture In Italy, regionalism is very strong. The average Italian is first concerned with his city or town, then with his region, then with Europe as a whole. There is not a very strong force of nationalism in general. Mussolini attempted to create that nationalistic feeling, and succeeded in a way by creating the Italian identity, even with those Italians abroad There were many Italians moving from Southern Italy to Northern Italy. There was a lot of mixing of culture, which was good in a way, but didn’t stop the stereotypes. Those who emigrated from Italian colonies in Africa came to Italy by large numbers, especially into the south. 80% of Italy’s population is younger than the age of 45. Immigrants have more children (2.51/woman) than Italy’s women. Most of the people that were initially immigrating to Italy were male. Long nap CHAPTER 9 – EDUCATION Upper class citizens and children were taught by elite. The state provides most of the funding for education.
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