RebelCast is audio series using less formal/academic and more unconventional ways to discuss social issues.
This podcast is about growing up through a teenager's mind. We have all been teenagers and I am sure we all wanted more freedom to do what we pleased. You know how the story goes, the teenagers want more freedom, the parents have a hard time letting go and so on and so forth. There are multiple different ways of communicating but how do we know which one is appropriate? Find out after listening to this podcast.
This podcast is about learning how to communicate with others effectively. That process begins with rediscovering your identity and taking responsibility for how that shapes communication.
How identity shapes a person’s outlook on relationships, both romantically and friendly. How your identity contributes to the social setting in how a person communicates in university, work, and group settings. How religious identity affects how we communicate with people and our actions.
Rebelcast is a collection of podcasts produced by students at Dominican University of California. More specifically, this is a Barn Hole segment hosted by Rozalie Tan, who is joined with 2 fellow college students. We discuss the relationship between identity and communication, how we identify, what has shaped our identity, and how it affects the way we communicate.
Camille Alyssa Bustos
RebelCast is a collection of podcasts produced by students at Dominican University of California. Each episode explores the relationship between identity and communication, using “rebellious,” informal, or non-academic elements such as profanity, humor, code-switching, informal tones, and/or slang. This podcast episode will explore to two overarching questions:
- How does identity shape communication?
- How is identity shaped by communication?
Listen to another episode of Rebelcast, where Audrey Nakashima speaks on the relationship between one's identity and communication. This episode dives into how one's identity can play a role in their communication with others. Also, how others communicate with them based on who they are.
In this episode of Rebelcast, sisters Sara and Kobe Turangan discuss how the identities they associate with influence how society treats certain groups of people. From their background of knowing American Sign Language and working with those who have IDD (intellectual and developmental disabilities), the two regard how social justice must be advocated for in modern times. The sisters include their personal experiences studying “opposite” careers, their cultural standards coming from an Asian-American household, and how society has been responding in regards to the Asian community. From observing how their identities help them communicate with others, how others communicate with them, and how various forms of communication shaped their identities, the sisters express their thoughts in depth for an overall call for change.
This podcast discusses how our own self identities help shape the way we choose to communicate with others and the world. Rylee and Veronica go into depth about how gender, ethnicity, and religion help shape us into the people we are and how we overcome barriers and differences.