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Ch.7 Cultural identity development
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Tripartite model of personal identity
the understanding that our self-perceptions are made up of unique, individual aspects, aspects of groups to which we belong,and universal aspects of human beings
minority identity development; the stage/status in which one feels and accepts that the world is organized according to the dominant culture and against one's own cultural group
minority identity development; one is confronted with the realities of racism or other forms of devaluation of one's cultural group
minority identity development; one involves oneself completely within one's cultural group to the exclusion of the majority group; one emerges from this stage because one cannot meet all of one's needs if society is truly dominated by the majority group
minority identity development; one feels comfortable with one's identity. This allows one to express acceptance of other cultures.
Majority identity development; the status in which White people are uninformed about the realities of racism and privilege
Majority identity development; the status in which white people are in enough contact with ethnic minorities that their naïveté about racism is shattered.
Majority identity development; the status in which white people retreat to their comfort zone within their white communities
Majority identity development; the status in which white people begin to acknowledge the realities of racism but believe that it is blacks who should change, not whites
Majority identity development; the status in which white people begin to form a more positive white identity and to focus on changing whites, not blacks.
Majority identity development; the status in which white people are comfortable with their white identity, understand that racism is connected with other forms of oppression, and work to address all forms of oppression
Personal identity stage
Multicultural identity development; the stage in which a child bases their identity on personal factors, such as self-esteem, instead of on race/ethnicity
Choice of group categorization stage
Multicultural identity development; stage in which a child is forced to choose which race/ethnicity they should use as the basis of their identity
Multicultural identity development; the stage in which a child feels guilty about choosing one race/ethnicity over the other, because this is an implicit rejection of the parent whose race/ethnicity was not chosen
Multicultural identity development; the stage in which a child/adolescent begins to broaden their perspective to include the race/ethnicity not initially selected for their identity
Multicultural identity development; the stage in which a person sees the benefits of embracing both races/ethnicities
the process by which a GLB person openly expresses their sexual orientation
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which a GLB person begins to question their sexual identity
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which GLB individual recognizes their feelings about same-sex individuals
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which a GLB individual fully recognizes their homosexual feelings but attempts to hide them from others and themselves, by trying to believe (for ex) that they are going thru a stage
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which a GLB individual fully accepts their sexual orientation and is about to 'come out' to others
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which a GLB individual openly expresses their sexual orientation and takes pride in that identity
Gay/lesbian identity development; the stage in which a GLB individual is able to integrate all aspects of their identities, such as ethnic minority status and gender.
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