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Identity (social science): Quiz


Question 1: ________ formulated additional classifications, which include the strategic manipulator, the pastiche personality, and the relational self.
Duke UniversityPennsylvania State UniversityKenneth J. GergenDavid Gergen

Question 2: In ________, the term "identity" refers to the capacity for self-reflection and the awareness of self (Leary & Tangney 2003, p. 3).
MemoryCognitive psychologyCognitive neuropsychologyNeuropsychology

Question 3: ________ was one of the earliest psychologists to be explicitly interested in identity.
Erik EriksonSigmund FreudDevelopmental psychologyJean Piaget

Question 4: In the West, the ________ stress on one's responsibility for one's own soul;
BaptistProtestantismChristian denominationChristianity

Question 5: Identity is made evident through the use of markers such as ________, dress, behaviour and choice of space, whose effect depends on their recognition by other social beings.

Question 6: To observe identity scientifically, the Chicago school opts for ________ and qualitative observation techniques.
Scientific methodEthnomethodologyScienceSocial sciences

Question 7: Specialization of worker roles during the industrial period (as opposed, for example, to the undifferentiated roles of peasants in the ________ system);

Question 8: Iowa School researchers attempt to show that personal and social identities are representations of, or are otherwise connected to, ________, and tend to use quantitative surveys.
Talcott ParsonsSystems theorySociologySocial structure

Question 9: SI researchers in the Chicago School argue that social reality is emergent and is constructed from personal, "situated" interaction, i.e., from the process of ________.
Impression managementErving GoffmanSociologyDramaturgy (sociology)

Question 10: For Gergen, these strategies follow one another in phases, and they are linked to the increase in popularity of ________ culture and the rise of telecommunications technology.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelArthur SchopenhauerPostmodernismTheodor W. Adorno

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