Civil identity - Social Psychology - Liberal Arts and Humanities

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  • Civil ldentityfor theSocial SciencesArts, Philosophy, & HumanitiesPhysical & Biological Sciencesused by permission - used by permission - used by permission

  • Civil Identity* Civil identity is a Social Psychology term -describing a collective of features concerning an individuals present ethnicity, political party membership, race and color, religious membership, disability/handicap, age group/ generation, (proper) sexual orientation and marital status.2 - Introduction to Social PsychologySee Self-Imageused by permission - used by permission - used by permission

  • Biopsychosociocultural Medical Model

    BiologicCivil IdentityPsychologicSocialCultureSexDisabilityColorRaceDisabilityReligionEthnicityMartial StatusBelief/CreedSexRaceColorFOOTNOTE: 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 individuals civil identity. 2001-USASocialReligionMartial Statusused by permission - used by permission - used by permission+sexual pleasure preferencesPoliticalParty

  • Homework: What are clearest features verses the ambiguous characteristics in civil identity model represented? Which are the strong relationships.verses the weak relationships between the 2001 Biopsychosociocultural Medical Model features in the Civil Identity diagram? How does this schematic map exemplify an individual in a multicultural society in modern times-today? When would social scientists, humanitarians, and medical or public health professionals benefit from a better understanding of a population based on the elements in such a graphic representation such as that of Civil Identity (or civil identities)? Why does an academic model with such limited features provided a national government with a better understanding of who represents the political constituencies?Answer: All Due: Next class

    September 11th, 2001 KEY WORDS: Civil Identity, Civil Identities, Equally Yoked, Equallyoked, Equallyokedtarian, Equallyokedtarianism, true equality, social mores, Egalitarian, Normalacy, Unequally Yoked, Abnormal Psychology, Abberation, Deviancy, Perversions, Psychopathology, Sociopathology, Violation of Social Mores, statistical data, Sociology 101, Introduction to Social Psychology, Charter Schools - Advanced Independent Psychological Sociology Studies, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology, Human Ecology.Civil Identityused by permission - used by permission - used by permission

    KEY WORDS: Civil Identity, Civil Identities, Equally Yoked, Equallyoked, Equallyokedtarian, Equallyokedtarianism, true equality, social mores, Egalitarian, Normalacy, Unequally Yoked, Abnormal Psychology, Abberation, Deviancy, Perversions, Psychopathology, Sociopathology, Violation of Social Mores, statistical data, Sociology 101, Introduction to Social Psychology, Charter Schools - Advanced Independent Psychological Sociology Studies, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology, Human Ecology.*

    KEY WORDS: Civil Identity, Civil Identities, Equally Yoked, Equallyoked, Equallyokedtarian, Equallyokedtarianism, true equality, social mores, Egalitarian, Normalacy, Unequally Yoked, Abnormal Psychology, Abberation, Deviancy, Perversions, Psychopathology, Sociopathology, Violation of Social Mores, statistical data, Sociology 101, Introduction to Social Psychology, Charter Schools - Advanced Independent Psychological Sociology Studies, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology, Human Ecology.*

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