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Essay | Identity & Culture

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Identity & Culture.
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Identity & Culture

Summary: There are many environmental and social factors that go into the formation of an identity. Gender, class and race all are individually discussed and their application towards identity is compared.
The Nature of Identity

When we think about our identity we often think about the way we look. Such features as hair colour, eye colour, skin tone, height and weight come to mind. Whilst these features are part of our identity, there are many more complex factors that make us who we are.

Whilst psychological issues are paramount to the formation of our identity, I will be addressing the nature of our identity in relation to socio-cultural factors (Austin, 2002, p.9). During the course of this essay I will be discussing the term of Identity and some of the axes of identity, including Race, Class and Gender. It is important to understand some of the significant issues of identity so that we have more of an understanding of who and what we are, which in turn may help us to begin to better understand others.

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