This is the essay question, and please write it based on the lecture notes:Who are you?This question is not mean

This is the essay question, and please write it based on the lecture notes:Who are you?This question is not meant to trick you, and it most certainly is not meant to be a joke.In class on Friday, March 8th, I discussed a number of strategies you can use to answer this question. You can choose to follow one of the strategies I recommended, or you can develop your own strategy for answering this question. It’s up to you.As you draft your response, please demonstrate that you have learned a thing or two by taking this sociology course. That is important.Your completed essays must be between 900-1200 words.


Who Am I ?
Our group memberships are the elementary parts of our social identity.
Hard Sciences
In – And – Out GROUPS
Racism, Classism, Sexism, etc. = Extreme examples of In and Out Group Dynamics
STEREOTYPING:
• stereotyping tend to exaggerate
1. Differences between groups
2. similarities among members;
• stereotyping tend to downplay
1. Similarities between groups;
2. Differences among members.
The 3 Key Mental Processes of Categorical Thinking:
• Mental Process #1: Categorization
• Mental Process #2: Identification
• Mental process #3: Comparison
Who are you? An in class activity
• Who are your salient identities?
• What groups do you identify with?
• name, race, class, gender, age, education, job, nationality, place of residence, sexual
orientation, religion/ spirituality, ability/disability, body, type, life experience, life style,
family status, etc etc.
• Nine questions ( will relate to final paper, don’t think over it, just quick thought result)
① The part of my identity that I am most aware of on a daily basis is ______
② The part of my identity that I am least aware of on a daily basis is ______
③ The part of my identity that was most emphasized or important in my family growing
up was _____
④ The part of my identity that grants me the most privilege on a daily basis is _____
⑤ The part of my identity that I believe is the most misunderstood by others is _____
⑥ The part of my identity that is difficult to discuss with others who identity differently
than me is _____
⑦ The part of my identity that makes me a target for discrimination is _____
⑧ The part of my identity that makes me most proud is _____
⑨ The part of my identity that I wish I could change is_____
• What did you find surprising about your answers?
• Did you find this difficult to do?
• How often – and how deeply – do you think about these various parts of your identities?
• Allows proper to discuss their identities and understand the experiences of others
• Demonstrates that people who identify in same way can experience different levels of
self-consciousness about their particular identities
• Gives us chance to reflect ably how we experience our social identities on daily basis
Intersectionality: how our different identities intersect, interact, and affect our daily lives.

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