According to some authors, the identity as relative behaves like a plastic
core can change over the life and development, which would allow
human beings to have the ability to comportante different ways
depending on the context in which it must act.
As it is possible to intuit, the sociocultural context in which the
individual is embedded is critical and decisive in the formation of their
identity. However, it is not the only factor that determines it. Human
identity is formed from the interaction with the environment and the
individual performance of the subject itself, forming between them a
dynamic tension that drives the configuration of identity in a certain
direction. Because of this it is possible that human beings are able to
notice, that beyond what it is, is part of a slightly larger outside himself.