Com 391 Exam 1 Ch. 3

Com 391 Exam 1 Ch. 3 - CH. 3 Identity Identity: A persons...

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CH. 3 Identity Identity: A person’s conception of self within a particular context. Identities change through our interactions with people. 7 Characteristics of Identity: 1) It is multifaceted. 2) Consists of social/personal identities 3) Is salient, can be weak or strong 4) Is fluid but stable 5) Can be avowed or ascribed 6) Includes aspects of passing and outing 7) Is expressed and performed in various modes. Personal Identities: unique qualities of ourselves such as personality and personal relationships. Social Identities: Aspects we share with other individuals who belong in the same group. Important Social Identities: 1) Nationality 2) Ethnicity 3) Gender 4) Social Class 5) Sexual Orientation 6) religion Technology helps to facilitate interaction( Wheelchair, Internet, Cell Phone) Identity Salience: The degree to which an identity is prominent or stands out to us in a given situation. Identity Strength:
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course COM 391 taught by Professor Mccormack during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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Com 391 Exam 1 Ch. 3 - CH. 3 Identity Identity: A persons...

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