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Stages of Cultural Identity Implications for Cultural Reform INST 322:506 January 29, 2008
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Stages of Cultural Identity A Typology When planning multicultural experiences for students: we tend to assume that cultural groups are monolithic and have rather homogeneous needs and characteristics. Many of our curriculum development and teacher education efforts are based on the assumption that cultural groups are static and unchanging. However, cultural groups are highly diverse, complex, and changing entities. There is no one cultural identity among members of one group (example: African American, Anglo Americans, Arab Americans, Asian Americans, or Hispanic Americans) . . . social scientists suggest that many complex and changing identities exist within each cultural group.
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Stage 1: Cultural Psychological Captivity Absorb the negative ideologies and beliefs about cultural group. Often exemplifies cultural self-rejection and low self- esteem. Groups that have been highly victimized by
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course INST 322 taught by Professor Hill-jackson during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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