personal identity

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Noun1.personal identity - the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity; "you can lose your identity when you join the army"
personality - the complex of all the attributes--behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental--that characterize a unique individual; "their different reactions reflected their very different personalities"; "it is his nature to help others"
gender identity - your identity as it is experienced with regard to your individuality as male or female; awareness normally begin in infancy and is reinforced during adolescence
identification - the attribution to yourself (consciously or unconsciously) of the characteristics of another person (or group of persons)
personhood - being a person; "finding her own personhood as a campus activist"
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If, let's say with more research, new genders are discovered or self-identified then you simply plot those results on the graph, with more dots between the large male and female columns.
The complicated relationship between Christians and anthropogenic climate change--particularly among self-identified evangelicals in the United States--is a hot topic in both academic and popular circles.
However, those that did tended to be older and self-identified as being on the conservative end of the political spectrum.
McCann, who has been critical of the governor on some conservative issues, attracts the support of 14.6 percent of self-identified Republican voters in the poll, and only 1.6 percent of self-identified Democratic voters.
According to that study, in 1992 only 20 percent of respondents self-identified as 'Taiwanese only.'
In 2016, workers who self identify as White increased from 95,841 to 100,326 (40 percent of the workforce), compared to a decrease from 95,874 to 88,788 (36 percent of the workforce) who self-identified as Hispanic.
This research was conducted by Kantar Futures on behalf of American Express in June 2017 across France, Germany, the UK and the US and surveyed 1,363 Millennials who self-identified as business managers and 1,062 self-identified business managers from Generation X.
Experiencing stigma, as well as the severity of the health condition, were the biggest factors impacting whether a person self-identified as having a disability.
Asked about Republican officeholders, 49 percent of self-identified Republican voters said those officials are conservative enough and another 31 percent said they're not conservative enough; only 11 percent said those GOP officials are too conservative.
Workshop for self-identified women 18 and older who have experienced sexual assault at some point in their past will explore what self-worth means and how it affects their lives.
The study population of 173 participants were recruited from Florida and were eligible for inclusion if aged between 18-60 years and self-identified as having seasonal allergies.