Author: Maria Ewa Szatlach
Institution: University of Bydgoszcz
Year of publication: 2007
Source: Show
Pages: 69-90
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ppsy2007005
PDF: ppsy/36/ppsy2007005.pdf

Identity as a theoretical concept in social sciences has evolved from a status of derivative importance into an essential and autonomous notion performing at present an important role that explains some processes of the contemporary world. According to Renata Dopierała, generally identity can be defined as a reflective attitude of an individual to himself, created by the necessity of self-characteristic building a system of ideas, opinions, convictions, etc., that corresponds with the given social context. However, the answer to the question: What is identity?, is not so obvious as some can expect. The relationship between identity, interests, preferences, and loyalty is also not so clear. Shortly speaking, identity can be also perceived as a self-conception rooted in the society, our attitude and relation to others. Its integral parts are two main components: individual and social.

 

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