Identity can be understood as a simple fact of being who or what a person or a thing is, the qualities, beliefs, personality, looks and/or expressions that make a person or a group. Identity is created and shaped over the time. It is formed and reformed, continuously constructed. Considering the individual level, identity formation can be viewed as development of both personal identity and group identity. Both individual and group identity formations are seen as commencing primarily during adolescence and early adulthood, but the process builds on earlier development. Personal identity is formed on the basis of how a person views himself/herself in relation to other individuals. The identity that distinguishes one from the others. It is egocentric. Social identity is formed in the social context, as a social being. It is ethnocentric. Social identity is influenced by the recognition of the society and how the society looks at us.