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Social Identities
Include cultural or ethnic membership identity, gender identity, sexual orientation identity, social class identity, age identity, disability identity, or professional identity.
Personal Identities
Include any unique attributes that we associate with our individuated self in comparison with those of others.
Acculturation
The degree of identity change that occurs when individuals move from a familiar environment to an unfamiliar one.
Personal Family System
Emphasis on personal, individualized meanings, negotiable roles between parents and child, and the emphasis on interactive discussions within the family.
Positional Family System
Emphasizes communial meanings, ascribed roles and statuses between parents and child, and family rule conformity.
Familism
* Deep commitment to family ties
* The family is the strongest glue that holds together all social activities.
Personalism
Inner qualitites of a person that earn respect and social recognition form others.
Generational Hierarchy
Showing respect for elders
Gender Hierarchy
Traditional status role different between males and females.
Spirtitualism
Religious and spiritual convictions
Fatalism
Refers to the "being" attitude in perceiving their external environment with acceptance and resignation.
Cultural Identity
The emotional significance that we attatch to our sense of belonging or affiliation with the larger culture.
Value Culture
The standards or expectations that people hold in their mindset in making evaluations.
Enculturation
Refers to the sustained primary socialization process of strangers in their original home culture wherein they have internalized their primary cultural values.
Bicultural
Relates to the both cultures of enculturation and acculturation.