Model and role modeling theory case scenario ((apa format))
Affiliated-individuation is a concept that describes how individuals form identities in social groups through their interactions and shared experiences. It suggests that people’s individual identity can be shaped by the group they belong to, as well as their own personal characteristics and values.
Through affiliated-individuation, people are able to define themselves according to both what makes them unique, as well as the collective traits of their social group. This concept has been used to explain how members of certain communities come to identify strongly with that community’s values and culture.