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Although identities change when interacting with various people, certain aspects of identities are deeply rooted in one’s culture. For this discussion, please address the following:· What are several different identities discussed in the text that are inherent in all individuals?· How does one’s identity affect communication in a diverse workplace?· How can finding commonality in avowed and ascribed identities improve intercultural communication? Please be sure to include specific examples.There are several identities discussed in the text that areor sentiment of having a place with the family. It is an attachment of an individual's self-origination and self-recognition and is identifiedwith nationality, ethnicity, religion, social class, age, area or any sort of social community that has its own unmistakable culture. Along these lines, social personality is both trait of the individual yet in addition of the socially indistinguishable community of individuals having the same cultural characteristics.