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2 pages Part One: "US " - Your Own Group Culture - Self Identity Exercise Understanding foreign cultures requires first an awareness of one's own cultural roots and the role of culture in one's own life and then secondly an awareness of another's cultural backgrounds. In order to find out more about yourselves and your backgrounds fill in your own personal data. Before filling out the form below with your personal data, review the examples below to help you define the categories. For ease of presentation, list your attributes under the following headings taken from the circular chart below proceeding clockwise [See an Example Chart in this week's "Documents and Resources" section] . a. Your Religion / or Religious influences: b. Your Cultural Heritages c. Your Nationalities d. Your Language Communities: e. Your Era or Age of your Contemporaries: (i.e. "senior citizen" - 62 or over, "post-adolescent - 18-21, etc. f. Your Family status and approximate income level: i.e. lower-middle class, single male living on his own, single mother of three dependent children, married with six adult children, etc., gay/lesbian female in a ten year long, committed relationship, etc.)
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2. Part Two: "THEM" The Other's Group Culture - [Civic Engagement Signature Assignment -
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