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To understand identity, it is important to reflect on your own evolving identities. Please do the following:Identify your identities as an adolescent (son, daughter, Christian, friend, dancer, soccer player, sister, brother, boyfriend, girlfriend, cheerleader, Asian, American Indian, etc.)Identify your current identities (e.g., mother, daughter, son, friend, aunt, uncle, father, dancer, sister, brother, boyfriend, girlfriend, wife, husband, Christian, soccer player, gay, lesbian, etc.Evaluate the ways in which your identities shifted and evolved over time. Which identities still define you? Which identities no longer define who you are and why? In which contexts do your current identities become salient (or important)? Also, discuss how your identities intersect to make you truly unique. For example, does your faith define who you are no matter the context? Does being a Black female vs. a Black male have a unique impact on you and your functioning?Evaluate the assistance you had (or didn’t have) when developing your multiple identities in childhood and adolescence. Based on your experience, how can you assist adolescents in the development of their ever-evolving identities to help them make sense of their worlds?Submit a paper 3-4 pages in length, exclusive of the reference page, double-spaced using 12-point Times New Roman Font. The paper must cite at least 2 sources (from the unit) and at least 2 from outside sources in APA format and be well-written. Check all content for grammar, spelling and to be sure that you have properly cited your sources. REferences1. Jones, S., & McEwan, M. (2000). A conceptual model of multiple dimensions of identity. Journal of College Student Development, 41(4). https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b613/5ba3537d5960c6580df5f80ae1ef649ec7d4.pdfThis document will provide you with an overview of the initial literature on multiple identities.2. Lundberg, N., Taniguchi, S., McCormick, B., & Tibbs, C. (2011). Identity negotiating: Redefining stigmatized identities through recreational sports participation among individuals with a physical disability. Journal of Leisure Research 43(2), 205-225. https://www.nrpa.org/globalassets/journals/jlr/2011/volume-43/jlr-volume-43-number-2-pp-205-225.pdf This article investigates the meanings and outcomes of adaptive sport and recreation participation among individuals with disabilities3. Phinney, J. S. (1989). Ethnic identity in adolescents and adults: A review of research. Psychological Bulletin, 10, 499-514. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED310193.pdf This document will discuss the development of an ethnic identity in adolescents and adults.4. Reisner, S. L., Greytak, E. A., Parsons, J. T., & Ybarra, M. (2015). Gender minority social stress in adolescence: Disparities in adolescent bullying and substance use by gender identity. Journal of Sex Research, 52(3), 243–256. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4201643/pdf/nihms586722.pdfThis article discusses gender identity, bullying, and social stress among adolescents.5. Sellers, R. M., Rowley, S. A. J., Chavous, T. M., Shelton, J. N., & Smith, M. A. (1997). Multidimensional inventory of black identity: A preliminary investigation of reliability and construct validity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73(4), 805–815. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/108164/MIBI%20PRE.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=yThis is a critical read on a comprehensive model that scholars utilize to understand racial identity development.6. Sokol, J.T. (2009). Identity development throughout the lifetime: An examination of Eriksonian Theory. Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1(2). https://epublications.marquette.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://scholar.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1030&context=gjcp

  
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