8a - The Self It is the object and product of all of our...

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The “Self” It is the object and product of all of our actions and interactions. There would be no need of motivation for a personal identity were it not for society. . Identity includes “all things a person may reliably say about oneself regarding status, name, personality and history”.
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Elements of Identity Self Awareness- our “self” is the focal point of active thought processes and social definition. Self Categorization – we label ourselves through personal and social identity. We than act or believe in ways that reinforce that identity. Self Esteem – The evaluation of the “self”.
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How Identity is Created Sociologically Identity formation is a reciprocal process between the individual and society. Identity is constructed at different levels of society: Culture : born into a culture in which meaning of race, gender, sexuality is socially constructed. 2200
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8a - The Self It is the object and product of all of our...

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