Title

William Cross Jr. Lecture Series: "This and That: A Thing Called Identity"

Author Information

Kenneth Foster

Conference Strand

Identity Formation

Abstract

This presentation provides a general discussion of identity (history, milestones, and relevance to recent events) and the tautological reality that theorizing identity complexity and diversity is complex. A discussion of a study, using Cross’ theoretical framework, will focus on: Black Identity orientation as it relates to everyday enactments, in the form of behaviors, attitudes and ideology; that such enactments demonstrate the utility (theory, research and practice) of this theoretical framework; Black identity and self-esteem.

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Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Kenneth Foster, PhD

Location

Room 111

Start Date

2-18-2017 10:00 AM

End Date

2-18-2017 11:30 AM

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William Cross Jr. Lecture Series: "This and That: A Thing Called Identity"

Room 111

This presentation provides a general discussion of identity (history, milestones, and relevance to recent events) and the tautological reality that theorizing identity complexity and diversity is complex. A discussion of a study, using Cross’ theoretical framework, will focus on: Black Identity orientation as it relates to everyday enactments, in the form of behaviors, attitudes and ideology; that such enactments demonstrate the utility (theory, research and practice) of this theoretical framework; Black identity and self-esteem.