The interpretation of both is interdependent: a change in perceived "normality" can lead to a change in self-identity
and vice versa.
By personally reclaiming what "being black" means, Dolezal forces us to rethink how self-identity
This has happened gradually as each individual has progressed in their life journey and kept on attaching themselves to various things, thus losing self-identity
Quote: "It's essential to work, to have responsibility, to have discipline, for a sense of self-respect, self-identity
Two additional chapters are dedicated to issues of memory, with one comparing images of Sinti, Roma, and Jews in Germany's national narrative and the other examining the genocide in the construction of Roma self-identity
in postwar Europe.
The present research expands the existing framework of the theory of planned behavior (Ajzen, 1985) to include self-identity
Their eating pattern tended to be more of a part of their self-identity
compared to former limiters.
These different methods explore the relationship between elites and development outcomes from five angles: the participation and reaction of elites to institutional creation and change, how economic changes affect elite formation and circulation, elite perceptions of national welfare, the extent to which state capacity is part of elite self-identity
, and how elites interact with non-elites.
This sense of responsibility, or perceived ethical obligation, is connected with their endorsement of a set of internalized rules (or "norms") and acts as a "trait-like" dimension because it represents an essential part of these persons' self-identity
Knowing and promoting whether you are a girl or a boy helps with forming one's self-identity
The studies found that people who perceive their car as a reflection of their self-identity
are more likely to behave aggressively on the road and break the law.
We live in a dis-United Kingdom, an overcrowded, overflowing, multi-cultural sewer with no sense of self-identity
or moral character.