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109 Because self and culture are co-constituting, one’s self is never free from the cultural values and cultural ways of being and doing. 111 Although culture is an on-going dynamic construct, the reproduction of culture brings dimensions of history into the present and thus enables a sense of cultural continuity. Culture is not necessarily coherent and homogenous: individuals participate in multiple cultures in varying ways. 112 A heterogeneous view of culture suggests that self is constituted in multiple cultural communities113 and that culture and self are heterogeneous constructs.
She has brought power to the fore, in part because she has been working with women in power positions very different from those of the typical subjects of psychological research. In Guatemala, Chile, and Argentina, women have been forming movements to protest the state-sponsored violence that seeks to crush resistance and uses as one method of terrorismthe “disappearance” of people. Apparently, her encounter with these extraordinary women has caused Lykes to move power to the center of her theory, for power is central both in their individuality and sociality.
E. race, class, gender, sexuality and ethnicity) are forged, reproduced, and contested within asymmetrical relations of power that primarily constrain one’s self. , individuals appropriate the culture or cultures of persons with whom they live and interact on a daily basis. 115 Construals of culture and ideology are appropriated through local experiences within particular social relations. Self is A Critical Review of Traditional Models of Self Development 35 formed and contextualized in local cultures.