Making sense of identity dialogues
Martsin, M., 2010. Making sense of identity dialogues. Culture & Psychology, 16 (1), pp. 109-115.
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In this commentary an alternative conceptual model of identity construction is proposed. In this model, identity construction is seen as part of a person's ongoing sense-making. Identity is perceived as a subjective sense of continuity and sameness that renders one's being in the world meaningful. Drawing on empirical examples provided in the target articles, it is shown how this model, which is built around the notions of rupture, identity dialogues and striving towards meaningfulness, can be utilized to analyse identity dynamics in different space and time contexts. The importance of examining links between an individual's sense-making and collective meaning field, in which sense-making is embedded, is also highlighted.
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Education|
|Research Centres||Centre for Socio-cultural and Activity Theory Research (CSAT)|
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