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Racial/Cultural Identity Model

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Carolyn Becker

on 3 June 2010

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Transcript of Racial/Cultural Identity Model

resistence & resist dominant culture
immerse in their heritage
dominant culture = oppressive dissonance conformity seek peer approval
identify with dominant culture
alter appearance/mannerisms to fit in

introspection see effects of attitude
more time exploring their culture racial/cultural identity theory student development theory integrative accepts own culture
works toward finding balance Sue & Sue Racial/Cultural Identity Model integrative dissonance resistance and immersion Theory in Training Overview of Theory conformity introspection published findings based on research
provides a common language and context
Enables us to better meet the needs of our student populations theory is incorporated into trainining because... it helps staff understand residents
it will enhance your role on staff
it will help you build community and relationships with your residents personal conflict with heritage
heritage is a barrier immersion conclusion does this sound familiar?
speaks to both racial and cultural identities
there are many other theories
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