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Notes on Identity guest speaker

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Notes on Identity guest speaker UNIV 1111-001

Zachary Notetaker
CU Denver

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We had a guest speaker come in on Tuesday. Here are the notes I gathered.
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MaryLynne Lawson
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zachary Notetaker on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to UNIV 1111-001 at University of Colorado Denver taught by MaryLynne Lawson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see College Success in Freshman Seminars at University of Colorado Denver.

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Date Created: 09/15/16
Who am I? Discussing Identity without Identity Politics ● Embrace your name ● Everyone has an individual identity ● There is something special and unique about you ● There will be times when you feel alone ● Identity is about knowing the full story  ● Identity: The fact of being who or what a person or thing is. ● Everything has a story ● Social Identity theory  ○ How we engage each other ■ Social Categorisation  ■ Social Identification ■ Social Comparison  ● Things don’t always have to be meant for you ● Influences of Identity ○ All forms of media ○ Workplace ○ Friends ○ Peers ○ Family ○ Community ○ Total Living Environment ● Stereotypes ○ People stereotype when they don’t want to learn your story.  ● There is a reason why people do things a certain way ● Four Simple Rules of Engagement: ○ Be Open  ○ Share your Story ○ Keep it fun ○ Your identity, not how you view other groups ● Sandbox Theory ○ When did you become aware of your identity and differences? ○ Identify the event ○ How did it make you feel? ○ Don’t care who you are and your background ● When someone plants the seed of a stereotype, you become aware of it ● Literally everything has something to do with your identity ● Identity is really just a simple thing ● Identity is just politics, but you don’t have to make it political.  ● Society begins to orientate the way we feel about people or things


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