Scotland UWS COER - Identity and Inter-professional Working

9. Summary


In the previous sections, you will have learned about how identity relates to your personal, family and your community identity and how aspects of these different identities relate and inform your professional identity and your professional practice. You will have learned about an assets-based organisation in Scotland and ways that the practitioners have used different aspects of their identity when working with young people. You will have also learned about how different aspects of community youth workers' identity impacts on their practice in different European contexts. You will have developed your analytical thinking skills through the use of critical questions, reflective thinking and writing to reflect on your own identity and how that impacts upon your own practice. By completing this resource, you will have learned that self-identity is multifaceted and how different socio-cultural processes constantly shape identity and professional practice.

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