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Download Identities: Readings from Contemporary Culture - Ann Raimes
Identities: Readings from Contemporary Culture

This thematic reader explores the interplay of two compelling themes: identity and culture. The eight units are based on the categories of information one encounters on a standard information form: name, age, appearance, etc. Students explore these areas by making connections and finding greater meaning as they progress.

Author: Ann Raimes
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