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I am currently undertaking a Personal Interest Project as a prerequisite for the completion of my higher school certificate. This project is a detailed analysis and comparison of Australian and Turkish perceptions in regards to Anzac Day over time and the traditions/ rituals involved in order for individuals to construct a cultural meaning of Anzac Day. I will be addressing this comparison throughout the project through written words as well as images. Thank you for your time.
1). what is your age? (Please circle)
13-18 19-25 26-35 36-45 46+
2).Were you born in Australia? (If answered no, please state where).
Yes No ___________________________
3. Were your parents your parents born in Australia? (If answered no, please state where).
Yes No___________________________
4. Were your grandparents born in Australia? (If answered no, please state where).
Yes No___________________________
5. If you were asked what your nationality is, what would you say?
6. Do you celebrate Anzac Day if yes how do you celebrate it (traditions/ rituals), and what does it mean to you and your family? (Please explain).
7. Have any of your relatives served in Gallipoli or any other wars?
8. Does your parents or grandparents perception of Anzac Day differ from your own? (Please explain).
9. If you have a cultural background but were born in Australia, would you consider yourself more patriotic towards Australia or your cultural background/ country of origin? (Please explain).
10. Do your parents/ grandparents share this opinion also? (Please explain).
11. Does Anzac Day or the war at Gallipoli affect your interaction with or perception of the Turkish or Australian people? (Please Explain).
12. Circle your opinion of how the relationship between the Turkish and Australians since 1914 has changed.
No change little change tremendous change
13. Please explain your answer.
14. How do you identify with Anzac Day on an individual level?
15. Do you think Anzac Day holds a special meaning for the Turkish also? If yes why?
16. How do you feel about the stories of about the fraternisation between the Anzacs and the ‘Turks’ during the war at Gallipoli? (Please Circle).
Happy Unacceptable Anzac Spirit Ridiculous
Proud Value Not True Surprising
Overrated Kind Meaningful
17. How do you portray patriotism towards your country? (Please explai).
 

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1. 19-25
2. yes
3. no. Father born in iran, mother born in greece.
4. no. mother's parents born in greece, father's parents born in iran.
5. australian.
6. no
7. not to my knowledge.
8. no
9. neither
10. dad more patriotic towards australia because he hates iran, mum neutral like me. grandparents i am not sure.
11. not at all
12. no change
13. because there wasnt a big rift between aussies and turks.
14. i dont
15. no
16. kind
17. by occasionally reflecting on how good we have it in this country compared to islamic countries etc.
 
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ummm it's a bit late for this don't you think?

pip drafts are due very soon (like first week back)
 

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thanks ppl, yeah ive had a late focus change in my topic.
 
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