Sociology 101 - Terms - Civil Identity

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Civil Identity - Social Identity - Family Identity


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Sociology 101 Psychological Sociology Terms

“Social Identity”:

“Social Identity” A person’s sense of belongingness in society-to a collective of identified important groups-such as; Citizen ship: a Nation * Residency: Home Address Property: Deeds and co- OWNER ship in Real estate e.g., vacation homes, office buildings, land, and may include motor homes, RVs, cars, boats, planes, electronics, etc. Profession : a trade, vocation, skill, craft boards or union organizations, etc Education: Credentials , degrees, diplomas, certifications, documentation of schools or classes successfully attended. Religious Status: Title in religious organizations. Socio-economic class : Amount of money in bank, in stocks and bonds investments, in bank notes and certificates. - Sociology 101

“Civil Identity”:

“Civil Identity” * ‘ Civil identity ’ is a Social Psychology term - describing a collective of features concerning an individual’s present ethnicity, political party membership, race and color, religious membership, disability/handicap, age group/ generation, 'proper' sexual orientation and marital status. 2 - Sociology 101 Also see “Self-Image”

“Civil identity”:

“Civil identity” Ethnicity: American of North African Heritage Political Party: Undeclared Race: Semitic * Color: Tan Complexion Religion: Bible Christian Age: 18 * Disability: None Known * Gender: Male * Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual Marital Status: Single/Never Married Note: Couples who share the same (or very similar ) ‘Civil identity’, identify with, related to, belief in and bond together, marry - living in a multi-cultural society are considered ‘equallyoked’. - Sociology 101 Example of:

Family Identity:

Family Identity The “Family Identity” is base on ‘civil identity’ and closely associated with a specific family surname: Surname: that specific family name passed down line generation after generation in a family lineage from whom the origins of the surname-to the very youngest new born. Middle name : ‘NMI’ (means, No Middle Intial). It is a name given by joint parents traditionally, by inter-marrying families of the same (or similar) ‘civil identities’ to protect the family against frauds, phoneys, and fakes using reputable ‘names’ as a tactic or strategy to profit in a multicultural economy and financial security. First name: a personal name given to a newborn by parents - to be used in every day conversations - with a specific meaning – concerning the reputation to ‘live up to’ in society. - Sociology 101



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