Incorporating Race and Culture With Other Aspects of Identity: Choices, Contexts, and Strategies
Runtime - 35 minutes
Marie L. Miville, Ph.D. presents at the 2007 Teachers College Annual Winter Roundtable at Columbia University.
What is identity? Dr. Miville explores this question from the lenses of multiple oppressions. She incorporates lifestories to demonstrate how seemingly disparate aspects of the self (e.g., race, gender, sexual orientation) must become connected in order to experience wholeness and psychological well-being. Expanding definitions and models of identity to incorporate multiple aspects of self can strengthen the importance and relevance of oppressive experiences within the psyche, buttress individuals' sense of well-being, and help provide the bases of developing authentic relationships with others.
Marie L. Miville - Incorporating Race and Culture With Other Aspects - DVD
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