November 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm PST
Social identity refers to the part of self-concept you get from belonging to different social groups and can be used to explain intergroup behavior. We feel unique and complex as individuals, yet our group, social identities often lead to comparison, judgment, and avoidance of other groups. Apparent or assumed differences can be emphasized and overemphasized creating barriers to understanding and relationship with other perceived groups. This conversation is designed to explore our own social identities and the ways belonging to speciﬁc groups can inﬂuence interaction between people and affect divides in our society.
Join us for an upcoming Living Room Conversation on Social Identity.