Locating identity within cultural ambivalence: A study of a CreoleAuthor(s):
In normal circumstances culture becomes a signifier of one’s identity and serves as a tag by which an individual is recognized within society. But a Creole finds himself at the crossroads of culture rather than immersed in any single culture. As a result of the cultural displacement experienced by these people, who do not belong to a particular culture or a single territory, the idea of a ‘unified self’ breaks down and there is an identity crisis. The paper explores how a creole defines his/her identity and locates a sense of belonging withing the frame of cultural ambivalence. Pages: 118-121 | Views: 359 | Downloads: 175Download Full Article: Click Here
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Manisha Gangahar. Locating identity within cultural ambivalence: A study of a Creole. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2022;4(1):118-121.