The following identity map is designed using EdrawMax. It should be noted here that social identity uses parts of a person's identity to categorize them into groups. A person's social identity combines three broad components: given, chosen, and core. A given identity consists of the conditions that are outside of their control, such as birthplace, gender, specific family roles, or physical characteristics. A chosen identity includes the characteristics that one chooses, such as occupation, hobbies, and political affiliation. Their core identity is made up of attributes that make them unique as individuals, such as behaviors, values, skills, and items from the given and chosen category.