1. The authors argue that all identities are grounded in similarities and differences. Citing the text, explain what they mean. Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not? Provide examples from your own life to support your response.
2. Explain avowed identity according to the text – be sure to cite the material. What examples have you seen where people are challenged in regards to their avowed identity? Have you ever challenged anyone’s identity or had your identity challenged (directly or indirectly)? What makes an identity authentic? Some of the examples used in this chapter indicate that others discount another person’s identity based on their communication. Do you think this is valid? Why?
3. Which idea seems more accurate based on your own experiences, that communication constitutes our identities or that it reflects our identities? What examples can you think of to back up your opinion? Be sure to cite the text in your response.
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