Racial Identity Racial Identification Racial Categorization

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This week was pretty heavy in terms of academic papers and theory on identity. To help you make sense of it, create a study sheet that helps you differentiate the different theories and the key elements of it. This can look like a table, and list, or a paragraph for each. It’s up to you. Whatever will help you most. This should be roughly a page in length, as it may vary depending on your style of tool.

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Racial identity refers to an individual’s understanding of their own race. It refers to the internal process of self-identification, wherein a person will, based on factors like ancestry or heritage, decide what identity to adopt for themselves. Because this process is inherent to the individual, it can lead to different results at different points in time; in other words, one’s perception of one own identity can dynamically change as one’s life progresses. 

Racial Identification refers to the process by which an external source, another individual, sees a person’s race. In other words, it refers to the racial identity that is given to an individual by someone else. Usually, this process is determined by the external source’s perception and experience. It occurs independently to the process of self-identification of the individual that is being identified. 

Racial Categorization refers to the process by which certain characteristics and features are grouped within a given race. Racial categorization can be based on genetic and phenotypic differences between individuals, but it can also be based on societal expectations of race. In society, individuals will often be categorized based on their perceived races. 

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eetorres
School: Duke University

Here you go, student. Let me know if you need edits.

Last Name 1
Your Name
Instructor Name
Course Number
Date
Identity
Racial Identity
Racial identity refers to an
individual’s understanding of
their own race. It refers to the
internal process of selfidentification, wherein a
person will, based on factors
like ancestry or heritage,
decide what identity to adopt
for themselves. Because this
process is inherent to the
individual, it can lead to
different results at different
points in time; in other words,
one’s perception of one own
identity can dynamically
change as one’s life
progresses.

Racial Identification
Racial Identification refers to
the process by which an
external source, another
individ...

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