Identity by ert554898

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									          Who are you?

ID’s don’t disappear, but are more or less salient
• What and how we say
  and do performs identity

• Identities shape what we
  say and how

• Which force is stronger?

• Deviation from norm is
  obvious/situational
               Types of identities
                   Stable, pre-existing


       MASTER                               PERSONAL

Social group                                   Personal features



    INTERACTIONAL                           RELATIONAL

                  Situational, negotiated
                 Examples


• Music lover

•
    (stable/pre-existing & personal features)
                 Examples


• Woman

•
    (stable/pre-existing & social group)
                  Examples


• Father

•
    (situational/negotiated & social group)
                Examples


• Similar

•
(situational/negotiated & personal features)
       Significance of ID’s for IPC
A. There’s room for disagreement about how to enact
   ID’s, so need to focus on which are salient

B. ID’s seldom tightly defined, so ________________

C. ID’s usually inferred, not ________________

D. A – C lead to need for “working consensus” on ID’s
                Working consensus
1.

     –   Way you act & way I interpret our ID’s have to match well
         enough to comm (i.e. Is your behav. consistent with what
         I think of our ID’s? vice versa?)
2. Need sufficient consensus (agreement)
   for interaction to go on
     –   My expectation can’t be grossly violated by your behav.
3. Pre-requisite to any other business
4. Failure to achieve can lead to
   ___________, ______, __________,
   __________
              Working Consensus
For consensus, 2 behav’s constantly on-going:

•
    – My behav’s that enact _______________
    – How I act to you shapes how I see myself, vice-versa


•
    – My behav’s that enact ____________
    – How I act to you indicates how I see you and also
      shapes both our ideas of your ID

								
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