I’m stuck on a Political Science question and need an explanation.
This is a discussion question for my class. This questions needs to be answered in 8-12 sentences.
“We’ve now read about how gun ownership, school choice and climate change have become issue-oriented social identities for some people. It sounds like just about ANYTHING is a social identity. But that’s not the case. What issues- especially issues that are current/considered important do you think are NOT social identities in and of themselves? Or at least have not YET become social identities?”
Some examples my classmates used:
-issues concerning foreign affairs
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