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my
decision
to
become
an
occupational
 therapist
and
help
others
to
learn
skills
to
return
to
daily
life
functioning.

 Terrence Harewood 10/10/10 8:30 PM Comment: Excellent
insight!!
 Terrence Harewood 10/10/10 8:46 PM Comment: Have
you
also
considered
how
 your
identity
might
be
different
had
you
been
 a
different
gender?

 Terrence Harewood 10/10/10 8:33 PM Comment: Very
well
articulated!

Cultures
 are
characterized
around
masculinity
and
 femininity.

To
learn
more
about
this
and
 about
how
the
U.S.
ranks,
you
may
preview
 the
following
link:
 http://www.clearlycultural.com/geert‐ hofstede‐cultural‐dimensions/masculinity/
 
 
 Another
characteristic
that
I
identify
with
is
my
race
which
is
Caucasian.
I
think
being
 Caucasian
has
shielded
me
from
discrimination
that
still
exists
today.
I
have
opportunities
to
 enter
different
schools
and
careers
without
worry.

I
have
never
felt
that
I
could
not
achieve
 something
as
a
result
of
my
race.

I
do
not
feel
like
there
are
obstacles
I
have
to
jump
or
that
I
 have
to
prove
myself
in
order
to
achieve
something.

I
feel
as
if
I
have
been
privileged
in
that
I
 have
never
had
to
face
with
prejudice
and
discrimination
because
my
race
is
viewed
as
the
 dominant
group.




 
 My
experiences
have
guided
me
to
the
beliefs
I
have
with
my
race.
When
applying
for
 colleges,
I
was
told
I
could
apply
anywhere.

Also
when
I
was
researching
jobs,
it
would
not
be
a
 problem
for
me
to
get
into
any
field
based
on
my
race.

In
an
academic
or
working
 environment,
I
would
not
have
to
prove
my
competence,
but
another
race
might
still
face
 challenges
with
proving
competence
based
on
past
st...
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