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© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Identity Social An image we have of ourselves as a person: Personal Identities attributed to us by our membership of certain categories (such as gender). Identities that mark us out as a distinct individual set apart from others. 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Nation Region Ethnicity Social Identity Collective identities – those we share with others. Examples: Gender Class Age 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Link between the individual and the social world. Roles Another important source of social identity. Examples: Locate and position the individual in the social world. Mother – Father. Student – Teacher. Employer – Employee. Doctor – Patient. 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Learning who we are through social interaction. Personal Identity Our unique characteristics - what separates us from others. Common sense: sees personal identity as fixed and purely individual. Sociologically: personal identity develops through primary and secondary socialisation: 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 I know who I am by understanding how others see me. Charles Cooley Looking-glass self: Images of ourselves reflected in the reactions of others… Identities created through social interaction and social relationships: 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Erving Goffman Focus on how identities are: Presented and managed in everyday life. Seeing ourselves in relation to how others see us. Identities change as social contexts change. Masks we put on to negotiate everyday situations. 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 School? Home? Supermarket? Club? Identity or Identities? Single or true identity? Do we have: Multiple identities? In different situations we assume different identities. 3. Identity
© onlineclassroom.tv 2007 Identities: Key Points Arise from social life and social interaction Need to be sustained through the reactions of others. Can easily be fractured and damaged (spoiled identities). 3. Identity
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