Acting Response 3.8

Acting Response 3.8 - Dylan Abruscato 3/8/2012 1) In your...

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Dylan Abruscato 3/8/2012 1) In your own words, define ideological positions and identity locations, and give example of how they are related to each other. In my opinion, ideological positions can be defined as how we feel about life and how we view the lives we live. I think your ideological position are groomed by and has a lot to do with who teaches you as youths (parents, teachers, role models, coaches, etc.) and how dynamic your home is. For example, I was brought up in a home where my parents each practice a different religion. Most children are brought up in a home that practices one religion, and that shapes and influences how they think and feel about faith. Religion at home, however, is just one of many examples of ideological positions. Other examples include ideological positions based on experiences: in the media, from society, on the job, and in college. When one is in college or on the job, he or she is on their own and experiencing life in a new light. Such first days or first experiences can
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2012 for the course MHR 441 taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '12 term at University of Wisconsin.

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Acting Response 3.8 - Dylan Abruscato 3/8/2012 1) In your...

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