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ct on one as well as the contribution of many other factors such as friends, media, school, neighborhood and one’s genetic ideologies, all take part in the complexity of the character.
The first section of the book, Conceptual Framework, talks about the two topics which would be discussed in this paper. The first topic is‘The Complexity of Identity: Who Am I’ which emphasizes on the impact of the societal factors and the surroundings upon one’s character and that how one lives his or her childhood, which would at later stages of growth, subconsciously, appear in that character, and after all, the character would be unconsciously placed in a certain group accordingly. When in a group, a charcter becomes indentified as a certain character belonging to that particular group.For example, a black American lesbian with children would be categorized into a certain group as an inferior from the American’s society perspective. Another example, is that black Americans are tended to get busted more often than the white Americans though the rate of crime committed by anyone, no matter the race is not less than any other race, but the inferiority of the black Americans are grouped that way disregarding the movement and advancement of the society in its culture, media and technology.
Another conceptual topic is the ‘Cycle of Socialization’. The inferior group may either keep the situation as it is because it is easier to undergo a cycle of socialization by gaining power to overcome this norm of negativity as quoted, “We begin to question the givens, the assumptions of society, the norms, the values, the rules, the roles and even the structures. As we attempt this, it becomes obvious that we cannot do it alone.”
(21; sec. 1) In this case, people start grouping with one another, whether they are on the same track or not, to restructure the current rules, to call for their own justice, to bring down the old corny system and develop with what suits today’s
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