Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10


Chapter 1: Conceptual Frameworks

Section 1: Discussion Questions

  • 1: Tatum's “The Complexity of identity: ‘Who am I’?”
  • 2: Kirk and Okazawa-Rey's “Identities and social locations: Who am I? Who are my people?”
  • 3: Johnson's “The Social Construction of Difference”
  • 4: Bell's “Theoretical foundations” and Hardiman, Jackson, Griffin's “Conceptual foundations”
  • 5: Young's “Five faces of oppression”
  • 6: Harro's “Cycle of socialization”
  • 7: Harro's “Cycle of Liberation”

Section 2: Further Resources

  • 2A: Printed Resources
  • 2C: Video, Film and Internet Resources

Section 3: Activities and Assignments

  • 3A: Student Introduction Guidelines
  • 3B: Cultural Chest Activity
  • 3C: Life Map Activity
  • 3D: Matrix of Social Identities and Social Statuses
  • 3E: Participant Worksheets for Cycles of Socialization and Liberation
  • 3F: Activity on Social Identity and Social Group Membership, Identity Intersections, and Cycle of Socialization
  • 3G: Guidelines for Assignment: My Family
  • 3H: Activity on Stereotypes, Prejudice, Discrimination, and Power
  • 3I: Participant Worksheet: Levels and Types of Oppression
  • 3J: Activity on Levels and Types of Oppression, Concept of Privilege
  • 3K: Activity on Liberation, Social Change, Allyship
  • 3L: Privilege and Disadvantage Inventory: Participant Worksheet
  • 3M: Reading-Response “Write Around”

Section 4: Next Steps

  • 4A: Action Continuum: Challenges and Supports
  • 4B: Participant Worksheet: Frameworks for Action Planning: “High Risk/Low Risk”
  • 4C: “North Country” Ally-ship Activity
  • 4D: Social Movements: Research Paper Guidelines
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