Identity in the 21st Century: Byrad Yyelland at TEDxEducationCity (2012)





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Published on Jun 16, 2012

Identity can be an ambiguous and shifting thing. We often carry multiple identities at the same time. What does this mean for global citizens and their daily interactions?

Byrad Yyelland | Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar | Research interests include emotion in the workplace, organizational culture change, and identity as well as serial murderers and vampirism in society | Offers free classes in shito-ryu karate M/W evenings.

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