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  1. […] Identity is so much more than ethnicity and often a student may not want to be defined by their ethnicity. Identity will evolve over time and a person’s cultural identity is something that can also develop over time. For more on this, I highly recommend reading Manu Faaea-Semeatu’s post on the Core Education blog. […]

  2. rhia@xtra.co.nz' Rhia says:

    I completely agree with you Manu that the middle section – identity – is crucial. Identity Construction can also be a place or process where one choose not to engage with their own culture or cultural identity but instead adopt another because of enviornment, influence, loyalty and nurture, and I agree their is latitude for people to move back and forth ……sounds like an identity crisis!. Thoroughly enjoyed the blog, malo lava Manu.

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