Social psychology and politics
Social psychology and politics

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Social psychology and politics

3.1 Consolidation activity

Before you go on to the next section, check your understanding of some key concepts that have been covered here.

Activity 5 Consolidation quiz

Determine whether the following statements are examples of personal or social identity:

StatementIdentity
I am a woman
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I am a great cook
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I love to dance
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I am a Labour member
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I like to read
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I am a Manchester United supporter
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I am a good singer
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I am a Dad
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I am British
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I want to travel the world
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Discussion

StatementIdentity
I am a womanSocial
I am a great cookPersonal
I love to dancePersonal
I am a Labour memberSocial
I like to readPersonal
I am a Manchester United supporterSocial
I am a good singerPersonal
I am a DadSocial
I am BritishSocial
I want to travel the worldPersonal
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