Lesson 5: Social identity, personality & gender
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The ability to identify oneself as an individual, to reflect on oneself, and to evaluate oneself.
A special event or ritual to mark the naming of a child.
The distinctive way a person thinks, feels, and behaves.
Child-rearing practices that foster compliance in the performance of assigned tasks and dependence on the domestic group, rather than reliance on oneself.
Child-rearing practices that promote independence, eslf reliance, and personal achievement.
The body of character traits that occur with the highest frequency in a culturally bounded population.
Those values especially promoted by a particular culture.
Individuals born with reproductive organs, genetelia, and/or sex chromosomes that are not exclusively male or female.
Individuals who cross over or occupy a culturally accepted intermediate position in the binary male-female gender construction.
A mental disorder specific to a particular ethnic group.
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