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01 - Identity.docx

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Intercultural Studies
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INTC 1F90
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Jeff Reichheld

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Semester 2Lecture 1 Identity httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvRsWpvkLCvu4A culture is a community of individuals acting toward a relatively common goalIdentity an awareness of ones relationship to the surrounding world my definitionInfluences on identity formation o FamilyFirst influence on values and normsTeaches language skillscritical in the formation of symbols and concept of realityStrong sense of belonging o Peer groupBelong to by choiceAligns with groups that have similar but desiredo MediaInfluence currently being studied butDemonstrates what is good and desirable ie promotes correct way of beingPervasiveCross cultural influenceTaken for granted those aspects of culture and experience that we do not questionBoth culture and identity are accepted as natural since we are immersed in bothWe do not generally question either until we are confronted with diffrerencePerception is a
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