Do you agree that time, place and social changes influence the development of the individual’s identity?

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Sometimes what is considered normal in one period or place may not be in another. For example, contemporary laddism is used as ‘a defensive response to the misconception that ‘women are winning the battle of the sexes’, while in the 1950s and the 1980s the concept was used as a reaction against the ‘family man role’ and androgyny consecutively (Phipps and Young, 2014, p. 307). This example shows that identity is influenced by the change in historical...
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