Self and Identity - Civil Identity - Liberal Arts and Humanities

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“Civil Identity” Self & Identity:

“Civil Identity” Self & Identity Social Psychology - The Liberal Arts and Humanities - webinar

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Outline Introductions & Welcome Definitions: “ Civil Identity ” The Biopsychosociocultural Model Example : A Simple “Civil Identity” Mosaic: Ethnicity, Political Party, Race, Color, Religion, Disability, Sexual (Pleasure Preference) Orientation, Marital Status,… “Civil Identity” Applied: “Equally Yoked” Take Away Points - The Liberal Arts and Humanities - Social Psychology


CIVIL IDENTITY Ancestry Ethnicity Sex R eligion Politics Source of Income Age Disability M arital Status FAMILIAL Status RACE Sexual (pleasure preference) Orientation Pregnancy Beliefs Creed * * * * color * * - Liberal Arts and Humanities -

“Biopsychosociocultural Model”:

“Biopsychosociocultural Model” Biologic “Civil Identity” Psychologic Social Culture Sex Disability Disability Religion Ethnicity Martial Status Belief/Creed Sex Race Color FOOTNOTE : To a lesser or greater degree of mental disability always coexists with any physical disability and so it is therefore that with a mental disability, a physical disability or a biochemical imbalance is coexistent-affecting/or effecting an individual’s ‘civil identity.’ - 2001/ Used By Permission Politics + Sexual pleasure preferences

“Civil identity”:

“Civil identity” Ethnicity : Soviet-American Political Party : Libertarian Party Race : Semitic Color : Medium complexion Religion : Judeo-Christian Disability : None Known Gender : Male & Sexual Orientation : Heterosexual Marital Status : Single/Never Married 1 - Introduction to Sociology: Soc101 Example:


“Ethnicity” Refers to an ‘ethnic’ group ; a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, language, religion, etc. 1 ,… … ethnic traits , a family’s background, cultural allegiance, or association 2 , and … expression of a particular national family lifestyle in terms of arts, humanism, and lifestyle. 3 Noun - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology

“Political Party”:

“Political Party” …refers to; ..a membership in a particular defined political party. 1 ..a political affiliation with a socioeconomic orientated group of organized peoples. 2 ..a political philosophy that is distinctly towards a political party. 3 - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology


“Color” “Color’ usually refers to the color of the family’s+children’s skin. 1 In ‘equally yoked’ families-the skin color is consistent 2 as is,... (.. but it can also refer to -) Hair color Eye color 3 - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology


“Race” 1. A group of people identified by distinctive physical and/or genetic features shared in common with each other. 1 - The scientific biopsychosociocultural medical model recognises ‘race’ ( or properly, ‘racial constitution’) as a valid classification of genetically similar individuals in a distinctive collective group. 1,2,3 2. A group of people united (or classified) together on the basis of common history, nationality, and geographic providing where there is similar physical/ or genetic characteristics. 2 3. A specific ‘equallyoked’ (or ‘equally yoked’) genealogical line; a family lineage. 3 …(or proper, “racial constitution”)… - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology


“Religion” A system of beliefs transmitted by a formal organization that is in a book with a set of doctrine culminating in a deity (God). Note: A ‘true’ religion is based upon a ‘moral’ orientated doctrine-reveres God, life, sustains life, and promotes a long life into an ‘eternal’ after life, 1 and... … a service that is conducted in order to provide a specific opportunity to worship God. Note: A ‘true’ God in a ‘true’ religion-is intrinisically ‘good’; extrinsically ‘right’; and always perfectly ‘legal’ in terms of life. 2 …a commitment or devotion to particular faith or observance of a personal set or institutionalized system of attitudes, beliefs, and practices . (Note: it is does not include anyone else and in whatever way it is manifested-whether mentally or societially-nor does it hurt, harm or damage the self or society. 3 - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology


“Disability” …is defined a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities 1 , or... …also, means having a record of such an impairment , even if no disability exists, 2 or.. …it also refers to not having a disability but are regarded as having a disability . 3 - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology

“Gender” & “Sex”:

“Gender” & “Sex” “ Gender ” - is the state of being ‘male’ (masculine), or ‘female’ (feminine) - typically used with reference to biological differences. 1 “ Sex ” – is of one human biological species, referring to either of the two categories (male and female) into which humans are divided on the basis of their reproductive functions. 2 “ Neuter ” – refers to an ‘actor’ whose behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits are typically associated with manifestation of a specific biologic sex-usually for perverse sexual or deviant reasons. 1, 2, 3 - Dictionary of Sociology/ Mental Health Textbook

“Marital Status” & Other Terms::

“Marital Status” & Other Terms : “ Marital Status ” – is a person's present state of being either; single, married, separated, divorced, or widowed. 1 “ Pregnancy ” – is a clinically verified condition or period of being pregnant (it does not necessary mean that if a menstrual period is missed it means ‘pregnancy’). 2 “ Number of Children ” - is the number of biological children in the legal care of parents. (It is has also been loosely used to mean the total number of children (& teenage minors) residing in the household of the parents. 3 - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

“Equally Yoked”:

“Equally Yoked” Refers to ( Heterosexual ) couples who share the same (or very similar) ‘Civil identities,’ including beliefs, bonding in marriage, practicing a lifestyle-who are living in a multi-cultural society are formally considered ‘ equally yoked ’ (also, ‘equallyoked’). - Dictionary of Terms/Sociology


Ethnicity: Politics: Religion : Race: Color: Age: Sex: Female Sexual ( pleasure preference ) Orientation: Marital status: - The Liberal Arts and Humanities - Civil identity #2 “...about equal to/or very similar...” Ethnicity: Politics: Religion : Race: Color: Age: Sex: Male Sexual ( pleasure preference ) Orientation: Marital status: Civil identity #1

“Equally Yoked”:

“Equally Yoked” Equally : meaning, “ alike ’, …or “the same”… to the same degree of.. (i.e., as with a ‘like’ or …with the ‘same ’ ‘civil identity’ of a dating/or premarital couple). Yoked : meaning… ..‘enjoined’ together to do (relationship) work . …more ‘figuratively’ - united together in the work of holy matrimony with a mutual ‘civil identity’ as ‘one’ (a coupleship)... ( a,b) - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology


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