The What, the So What, and the Now What of Social Justice Education (Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis)

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The What, the So What, and the Now What of Social Justice Education (Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 296 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781433160981
  • DDC分類 370.115

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The What, the So What, and the Now What of Social Justice Education uses a three-tier format to present a foundational guide for the implementation of social justice education. The book also outlines some best theoretical practices that can be developed to work toward more equitable communities.The What, the So What, and the Now What of Social Justice Education begins with the What of social justice education by defining primary and secondary terminology and introducing an overarching conceptual framework within this field of inquiry. The So What of social justice education highlights the importance of studying this field of inquiry and promotes why one should strive to reduce social inequities and make our world more socially just. The Now What of social justice education provides some best theoretical practices that can be used and adapted by individuals, institutions, and larger societies to work toward short- and long-term solutions in working toward a more equitable and less oppressive world. Each tier introduces influential researchers, theorists, and practitioners who have significantly advanced our understanding of issues connected to social justice education pedagogy and practice.The What, the So What, and the Now What of Social Justice Education is suitable for both graduate and undergraduate courses in education. The book can also function as a primary academic and training source for educators and educational staff, as well as a reference for academic researchers in several disciplines and as a resource for community organizing and activism.

Table of Contents

Figures and Tables                         xi
Acknowledgments xiii
Part I Terminology 1 (158)
Chapter 1 Introduction to Social Justice 3 (8)
A Personal Journey 4 (4)
Social Justice 8 (1)
Book Format 9 (2)
Chapter 2 Culture and Identity 11 (10)
Equitable v. Equal 12 (2)
Culture 14 (1)
Identity 15 (1)
Intersectionality 16 (3)
Border Identities 19 (2)
Chapter 3 Social Construction of Identities 21 (18)
and Other Forms of "Difference"
Left-Handedness: A Case Study of the 21 (3)
What, the So What, and the Now What
"Racialized" Social Constructions 24 (7)
Jews and Jewishness 31 (3)
Disabilities 34 (1)
Sexual Identities 35 (4)
Chapter 4 Socialization 39 (10)
Urie Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Model 41 (1)
of Human Development
The Family as Early Socializing 42 (2)
Institution
Bobbie Harro's "Cycle of Socialization" 44 (2)
Indoctrination and Surveillance 46 (3)
Chapter 5 Binaries 49 (14)
Binaries Defined 49 (2)
Binaries: Polytheism and Monotheism 51 (2)
Stigma 53 (1)
Terrorism and Violence 54 (1)
Bullying and Cyberbullying 55 (1)
The Psychology and Sociology of Cyberspace 56 (5)
Scapegoating 61 (2)
Chapter 6 Oppression 63 (18)
Oppression Defined 63 (1)
Hegemony 64 (1)
Colonization 64 (1)
Prejudice and Discrimination and a Case 65 (4)
Study
Levels of Oppression 69 (7)
Dominant Group Privilege and the Myth of 76 (5)
Meritocracy
Chapter 7 What Causes Prejudice and 81 (8)
Discrimination?
Social Learning Theory 82 (1)
Social Modeling Theory: Albert Bandura 82 (3)
Social Rank Theory 85 (1)
Psychodynamic Theories 85 (4)
Chapter 8 Elements, Characteristics, and 89 (18)
"Faces" of Oppression
Lee Anne Bell's "Defining Features of 89 (1)
Oppression"
Suzanne Pharr's "Elements of Oppression" 90 (6)
Internalized Oppression and Domination 96 (5)
Iris Marion Young's "Five Faces of 101 (2)
Oppression"
A Case Study of Cultural Imperialism 103 (4)
Chapter 9 The Many Spokes on the Wheel of 107 (40)
Oppression
Ableism 108 (3)
Adultism 111 (2)
Ageism 113 (1)
Cissexism/Transgender Oppression 114 (1)
Class and Classism 115 (3)
Environmental Oppression/"Ecoism" 118 (2)
Ethnocentrism 120 (4)
Heterosexism 124 (2)
Jingoism, Chauvinism, Nativism, 126 (1)
Patriotism, and Nationalism
Linguicism 127 (2)
Lookism 129 (1)
Racism and White Supremacy 130 (4)
Religious Oppression 134 (5)
Sexism, Misogyny, Patriarchy 139 (5)
Oppression Affects Everyone 144 (3)
Chapter 10 Backlash 147 (6)
Backlash: A Case in Point 147 (2)
Sherry Watt's "Privilege Identity 149 (4)
Exploration Model"
Chapter 11 The Social Production of 153 (6)
"Knowledge(s)"
Part II Social Justice Education 159 (20)
Chapter 12 Connections between Social 161 (6)
Justice Education and Multicultural
Education
Robert Kegan 163 (1)
Emily Style 163 (4)
Chapter 13 Dimensions and Characteristics 167 (12)
of Multicultural Education
Types of Multicultural Education 169 (4)
James A. Banks' "Approaches to 173 (1)
Multicultural Curriculum Reform"
G. D. Borich and M. L. Tombari's 174 (5)
"Educator Leadership and Power" Taxonomy
Part III Liberatory Praxis 179 (40)
Chapter 14 Liberation 181 (4)
Chapter 15 #Never Again Youth-Led Firearms 185 (6)
Safety Movement: A Study in Activism
Civil Disobedience 187 (2)
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent 189 (2)
Community School District
Chapter 16 Visioning Social Justice and 191 (28)
Liberation
Ally (Upstander) and a Conceptual Model 193 (1)
Nancy J. Evans and Jamie Washington's 193 (1)
"Steps Toward Becoming an Ally"
Empathy and "Empathic Listening" 194 (3)
Bobbie Harro's "Cycle of Liberation" 197 (4)
Barbara Love's "Liberatory Consciousness" 201 (2)
Suzanne Pharr's "Liberation Politics" 203 (1)
Pat Griffin and Bobbie Harro's "Action 204 (1)
Continuum"
Some Additional Social Justice Action 205 (2)
Strategies
Rheua Stakely's "Action Strategy Planning 207 (2)
Sheet"
"Dialogues on Diversity" and a Conceptual 209 (2)
Model
Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Social Norms 211 (2)
Theory
Empowering the Bystander to Act as an 213 (1)
Upstander
Not on Our Campus! "Principles of 214 (3)
Community"
Liberatory Praxis Appendices 217 (2)
Appendix A Multiple Identities Essay 219 (4)
Appendix B Critical Consciousness: Reflecting, 223 (4)
Thinking, Observing, Reading, Researching, and
Writing Through a Critical Lens
Appendix C Meritocracy Activities 227 (4)
Appendix D Raising Issues of Religious 231 (4)
Pluralism in Schools
Appendix E Making Universities Welcoming for 235 (8)
Students, Staff, Faculty, and Administrators of
All Sexual Identities and Gender Identities and
Expressions
Appendix F Immigration as Official U.S. 243 (14)
"Racial" Policy: A Brief History
Appendix G Religious Imperialism: A Case in 257 (4)
Point
Appendix H Investigating Gender Roles Classroom 261 (2)
Exercise
Appendix I A Civics Course on the Second 263 (4)
Amendment
Bibliography 267 (18)
Index 285