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Transcript of Diagram Project
clean my room, do chores, get along
with my siblings, and do what I'm told. Being a Texas resident, it is expected of me to love Texas because "Texas is the best state" and "everythings bigger in Texas." It is expected of me to say a pledge of allegience to the Texas flag. As a neighbor in Germany, it is expected of me to be polite to my neighbors, not play loud music, be considerate, not wash my car on the street, be quiet on sundays, and say 'Hallo' when I see my neighbors. Being a student, sister, daughter, cousin, teenager, military child, Resident of Texas, senior, neighbor, and a Dutch/American citizen are all ascribed statuses.
Being a soccer player and a friend are achieved statuses. Friend As a Friend, I am expected to be kind, honest, caring, fun, a good listener, a shoulder to lean on, a motivater, and someone to laugh with. Teenager People create different roles for teenagers. The roles are either good or bad. So me people expect teenagers to be polite, hard-working, have good manners, and organized. Others expect teenagers to be out of control, rebellious, and lazy. This is me! Being on a the soccer team, I am expected to work hard, work as a team, not give up, and be competetive. Sports teams are expected to win. Master Status I would say that being a military child is my master status. Although I was born into a military family, it has shaped me and changed my life. Being a child of a person in the military has allowed me to move to new countries and travel to innumerable places. It has allowed me to make friends easier, be more accepting, and more open to change. It has shaped my life to become what it is.