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Deconstructing Privilege by Kim Case

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TEACHING SOCIAL JUSTICE ALLY DEVELOPMENT AMONG PRIVILEGED STUDENTS

Paul B. Perrin, Sriya Bhattacharyya, Daniel J. Snipes, Rebecca R. Hubbard, Martin Heesacker, Jenna M. Calton, Ruperto M. Perez, and Jill Lee-Barber

 

I felt this class was a waste of time and university resources. The class is a good idea on paper but was not practical in any way … “Feelings” were considered OK only if you were part of a minority group.

(Student course evaluation comment from Multiculturalism & Social Justice course)

A social justice movement has emerged within the social sciences whereby researchers not only empirically examine oppression, but work to alleviate it through education, advocacy, and systems-level interventions (Goodman et al., 2004; Vera & Speight, ...

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