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Names are important in our society because it gives you a sense of identity If you dont have a name then who are you A name describes who you are and who you want to be in todays society People are often misjudged by the spelling or the way the name is pronounced Names are different in different cultures around the world for example I had a co-worker and she stated that in her culture a childs name had to have a meaning behind it If the name didnt have a meaning behind it its considered bad luck Your name also reflects who are or who your parents want you to become I dont believe your parents can control who you want to become I actually believe my mother named my brother after my father because she wanted my brother to follow in my fathers footsteps Like a mirrored version of my father and it turned out the exact opposite of what I think she wanted my brother to become Unlike my father my brother is the exact opposite even though they have the same name and look exactly alike People with the same name can be mistaken for the other person and be judge for the other persons mistakes and misfortunes I think Dave Mosher feels names are important because of the message he is trying to give to his readers that no matter what your name is you will still be judge by it Even if you have the most common and simple name in the world for example like the name Sue Its a simple three letter name and we will still judge and be judged by the names that where given to us even if we do not realize that we are judging a person The difficulties Mosher encounters when choosing a name in the essay Easily Pronounced Names May Make People More Likable A psychologist named Adam Alter stated When
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