SPCM3820 Ch 5 Notes

SPCM3820 Ch 5 Notes - Chapter 5: Recognizing Multiple...

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Chapter 5: Recognizing Multiple Self-Identities and Other Identities All of us belong to a variety of other cultural groups that share common attitudes, values, and norms of relating to one another. Our perceptions of others who are within groups marked by these cultural attributes influence our expectations that we have for social interactions cultural identity theory (CIT): provides a productive framework for acknowledging the existence and impact of complexities of cultural identity and interracial communication Avowal : the perceived identity that a person or group enacts in a particular context consists of a more subjective identity, typically viewed from the point of a specific individual Focus on context and how you present yourself Ascription is framed more from a collective position Consists of an individual’s perception of how others see his or her cultural identity Perception that other people have of your group and whether you are going
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course SPCM 3820 taught by Professor Tinaharris during the Summer '11 term at UGA.

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SPCM3820 Ch 5 Notes - Chapter 5: Recognizing Multiple...

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