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    but it was not so difficult, at my age I have very clear what is important to create my cultural identity. I’m 39 years old, mom, I have traveled, born in another country, met so many cultures, met so many with different sex orientation, religions, or education that I can place them in a priority level on this stage of my life easily. Many if I did 20 years ago, I will place them different from now. I identity myself as a mom, first than anything, so I relate well with other moms, education, abilities

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    Culture identity development is an important part of every life due the emergence of self through primary and sociocultural contexts (Ecklund, 2016). These stages of development are made up of either a dominant or a non-dominant group and intersectional adaptation. More specifically, cultural identity is a self-construct where individuals share the same culture, which causes them to attribute themselves to that group (Ecklund, 2016). Being a part of the dominant culture in the United States has opened

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    Cultural Identity Essay Cultural identity is the basis in which identification is used to express different aspects pertaining to identity and heritage. A person's cultural identity may be created by social organization, as well as traditions and customs within their lives. The two aspects that construct my cultural identity are the frequent chores I must complete every day in order to fulfill my behavioral expectations, and the youth group I attend weekly. These aspects are important to my family

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    Cultural identity refers to the feeling belonging to a certain culture that is attributed to the upbringing of an individual in the given culture. Cultural identity gives a person the sense of belonging and belonging towards their culture. Modern cultural studies show that cultural identification has taken a new face. Various cultural identifiers can be used to identify the culture of an individual. These identifiers include nationality, language, location, gender, religious beliefs, history, and

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    Zariah Anderson The Aspects About My Culture That Make Me Who I Am Cultural identity can be many different things. The clothes you wear, the food you eat, the places you go, or even how you talk. Many people have not one, but two cultural identities that define them. In my case i have two which is American and Indian. Culture can be defined in many different ways. Some may say it's the food you eat,the clothes you wear, or even the places you go. If you look at the big meaning of culture and

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    My Cultural Identity

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    have a different cultural identity from everyone else, there is no such thing as two individuals having the same cultural identities. Every trait that you have makes up your cultural identity. Our parents may have forced us to develop certain traits, for example my teacher says that I am hardworking due to me always wanting more and more work, but sometimes we develop traits ourselves, sometimes good or bad and those traits make us, us. I have three main aspects of my cultural identity and those three

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    their sense of self. As researchers assume that language is the cultural marker, cultural identity is the identifier of all aspects of human life. Language is a regulator of humans’ social life, of their individual and cultural identity. Language and cultural identity are at the epicenter of the present paper, because identity both at individual and collective level has always been a problem of humanity. The language and cultural identity are the least explored, and the least understood dichotomy. Identification

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    Cultural identity is people from multiple ethnic backgrounds that live in one world. Cultural identity describes me by being a black african american female, cultural identity around the word is different because some people may be Hispanic,asian,european,etc. Cultural identity can shape in different ways. Some different cultural identities may be your state, food, gender, language,music, and clothing. Some ways culutral identity could decribe u by what state you are from. The state of louisiana

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    According to the Hay’s addressing model, my cultural identities as a Latina woman of low socioeconomic status makes me part of non-dominant groups. My identities set me apart from the majority population which means that; I am perceived inferior than those of dominant groups. My lineage constitutes of indigenous ancestors that like me, share a darker skin tone that till this day is seen imperfect. My parents immigrated to this country in 1996, a year before I was born. My father and his family

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    establish a life in the United States it seemed destiny had a place for me. Come to think of it, may it wasn’t destiny calling my family to cross the border, rather our native land was calling us home. Still how colonized have I become to accept my new identity. In the novel, Cruz comments that Esperanza changed her son’s name from Robert to Bobby. (Loc. 215) “Call him Bobby. In America, he’s Bobby, Esperanza said” (Cruz). My parents didn’t assimilate that quickly. My full name is Socorro Martinez, and

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