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GEOS Lecture, Tutorial and Assigned Reading Summaries

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Complete summary of GEOS lectures, tutorial activities and weekly readings. n.b. fieldtrip not included Received distinction grade with these notes

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Identity Structure Metaphysics Culture Cultural identity Collective identity Gender identity National identity Sexual orientation Community Gender role Consumer identity
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Identity Structure Metaphysics Culture Cultural identity Collective identity Gender identity National identity Sexual orientation Community Gender role Consumer identity
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graphies of identity illustrate the connections between ethnicity, gender, class, and sexuality and their spatial distribution • Identities are simultaneously about recognition of shared experiences and differences Conceptualizing Identity: • Perspectives on Identity: Theorist/Thinker Perspective Orthodix/Structualist Descartes Identity is based on an autonomous Identification: identity being who derives from meaning and defined in relation to action notions of ‘self’ as an Durkheim Identity is a product of society, derived autonomous entity from norms, values and economic organization Freud Identity is a complex being stemming from relationships with the semi-­‐ conscious ‘Id’, cultural/moral consciousness...
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