9 stereotyping is probably inevitable in the absence

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9. Stereotyping is probably inevitable in the absence of frequent contact or study. 10. The feelings which people have for their own language and culture are not often evident until they encounter another language. 11. People often feel that their own language and culture are far superior to other languages and cultures. 12. It is probably necessary to know the language of a foreign culture to understand the culture in depth. 4
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PUBLIC vs PRIVATE Write next to each item below whether you think it is appropriate to talk about the item publicly or whether you believe it should be kept private. How did you learn whether these should be public or private? ___family income ___religious views ___views on war ___family problems ___physical health concerns ___mental health concerns ___views on sex, sexuality, sexual attractions ___food preferences, nutrition, dieting ___physical fitness ___recreational activities and hobbies ___academic success or academic problems ___ ________________ ___ ________________ ___ ________________ 5
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Circle of Identity This activity highlights the multiple dimensions of our identity. It addresses the importance of defining what is important about us as well as the importance of challenging stereotypes.
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