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Title Readings for diversity and social justice / edited by Maurianne Adams, Warren J. Blumenfeld, Carmelita (Rosie) Castañeda, Heather W. Hackman, Madeline L. Peters, and Ximena Zúñiga.

Published New York : Routledge, 2013.
New York Routledge Taylor & Franacis Group, 2013.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  305.800973 READ    AVAILABLE
Edition Third edition.
Physical description xxxii, 658 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Machine generated contents note: SECTION 1 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS -- Introduction / Maurianne Adams -- 1.The Complexity of Identity: "Who Am I?" / Beverly Daniel Tatum -- 2.Identities and Social Locations: Who Am I? Who Are My People? / Margo Okazawa-Rey -- 3.The Social Construction of Difference / Allan G. Johnson -- 4.Theoretical Foundations / Lee Anne Bell -- Conceptual Foundations / Pat Griffin -- 5.Five Faces of Oppression / Iris Marion Young -- 6.The Cycle of Socialization / Bobbie Harro -- 7.Structure as the Subject of Justice / Iris Marion Young -- SECTION 2 RACISM -- Introduction / Ximena Zuniga -- Context -- 8.Defining Racism: "Can We Talk?" / Beverly Daniel Tatum -- 9.A Different Mirror / Ronald Takaki -- 10.Symbolic Racism, History, and Reality: The Real Problem with Indian Mascots / Kimberly Roppolo -- 11.The Possessive Investment in Whiteness / George Lipsitz --
Contents note continued: 12.Heteropatriarchy and the Three Pillars of White Supremacy: Rethinking Women of Color Organizing / Andrea Smith -- 13.La conciencia de la mestiza: Towards a New Consciousness / Gloria Anzaldua -- 14.Patrolling Racial Borders: Discrimination Against Mixed Race People / Heather Dalmage -- 15.Injustice for All: The Rise of the U.S. Immigration Policing Regime / National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights -- Voices -- 16.Finding My Eye-dentity / Olivia Chung -- 17.Identification Pleas / Eric Gansworth -- 18.The Arab Woman and I / Mona Fayad -- 19.My Tongue is Divided into Two / Quique Aviles -- 20.The Emperor's New Clothes / Patricia J. Williams -- 21.Waking Up White: What It Means to Accept Your Legacy, for Better and Worse / Jan Arminio -- Next Steps -- 22.Women, Race, and Racism: A Dialogue in Black and White / Beverly Daniel Tatum -- 23.FLEXing Cross-cultural Communication / Carmelita (Rosie) Castaneda --
Contents note continued: 24.The Personal is Political / Richard (Chip) Smith -- SECTION 3 CLASSISM -- Introduction / Maurianne Adams -- Context -- 25.Class in America---2006 / Gregory Mantsios -- 26.The Dangerous Consequences of Growing Inequality / Felice Yeskel -- 27.Race, Wealth, and Equality / Thomas M. Shapiro -- 28.What's Debt Got to Do with It? / Brett Williams -- 29.At the Elite Colleges / Peter Schmidt -- 30.Is the Near-Trillion-Dollar Student Loan Bubble About to Pop? / Sarah Jaffe -- 31.Students with Disabilities: Financial Aid Policy Issues / Thomas R. Wolanin -- 32.Trafficking in Persons Report 2011 / U.S. Department of State -- 33.Wealth Gaps Rise to Record Highs Between Whites, Blacks, Hispanics: Twenty-to-One / Paul Taylor -- Voices -- 34.Bonds of Sisterhood---Bonds of Oppression / Mary Romero -- 35.White Poverty: The Politics of Invisibility / Bell Hooks -- 36.Why Can't Everybody Fear me like That? -- Saint --
Contents note continued: 37.Classified: How To Stop Hiding Your Privilege and Use It for Social Change / Karen Pittelman -- 38.The Debt Trap: Given a Shovel, Americans Dig Deeper into Debt / Gretchen Morgenson -- Next Steps -- 39.How Occupy Wall Street Changes Everything / Sarah van Gelder -- 40."Classism From Our Mouths" and "Tips From Working-Class Activists" / Betsy Leondar-Wright -- 41.Deep Thoughts About Class Privilege / Karen Pittelman -- 42.Distributing Income: You Be the Judge / Tamara Sober Giecek -- SECTION 4 RELIGIOUS OPPRESSION -- Introduction / Khyati Y. Joshi -- Context -- 43.Christian Nation or Pluralistic Culture: Religion in American Life / Charles H. Lippy -- 44.Christian Privilege: Breaking a Sacred Taboo / Lewis Z. Schlosser -- 45.Christian Privilege and the Promotion of "Secular" and Not-So "Secular" Mainline Christianity in Public Schooling and in the Larger Society / Warren J. Blumenfeld --
Contents note continued: 46.Religious Oppression of Indian Americans in the Contemporary United States / Khyati Y. Joshi -- 47.Precedents: The Destruction of the European Jews / Raul Hilberg -- 48.Maps---History of Anti-Semitism / Sir Martin Gilbert -- 49."Working it Out" and "See You in Court" / Diana Eck -- 50.Native American Religious Liberty: Five Hundred Years After Columbus / Walter R. Echo-Hawk -- 51.Taking the Indian Out of the Indian: U.S. Policies of Ethnocide through Education / Donald A. Grinde Jr. -- 52.From Pearl Harbor to 9/11: Lessons from the Internment of Japanese American Buddhists / Duncan Ryuken Williams -- 53.A Somali Influx Unsettles Latino Meatpackers / Kirk Semple -- Voices -- 54.Jews in the U.S.: The Rising Costs of Whiteness / Melanie Kaye -- 55.Oral History of Adam Fattah / Amna Ahmad -- Oral History of Hagar Omran / Hoda Zawam -- 56.Modesto-Area Atheists Speak Up, Seek Tolerance / Sue Nowicki --
Contents note continued: Student Faces Town's Wrath in Protest Against a Prayer / Abby Goodnough -- Next Steps -- 57.Creating Identity-Safe Spaces on College Campuses for Muslim Students / Jasiyah Al-Amin -- 58.Religious Diversity in Schools: Addressing the Issues / Hala Elhoweris -- 59.Pioneers in Dialogue: Jews Building Bridges / Reena Bernards -- SECTION 5 SEXISM -- Introduction / Heather W. Hackman -- Context -- 60."Night to His Day": The Social Construction of Gender / Judith Lorber -- 61.Masculinity as Homophobia: Fear, Shame, and Silence in the Construction of Gender Identity / Michael S. Kimmel -- 62.Patriarchy, the System: An It, Not a He, a Them, Or an Us / Allan G. Johnson -- 63.Feminism: A Movement to End Sexist Oppression / Bell Hooks -- 64.Violence against Women Is a Men's Issue / Jackson Katz -- 65.Out-of-Body Image / Caroline Heldman -- 66.Women's Pay: Why the Gap Remains a Chasm / Aaron Bernstein -- Voices -- 67.The Body Politic / Abra Fortune Chernik --
Contents note continued: 68.Connect: A Web of Words / Robin Morgan -- 69.He Works, She Works, But What Different Impressions They Make / Margo Okazawa-Rey -- Next Steps -- 70.Promises Made / Ross Neely -- 71.To Stop the Violence against Women / Alice Walker -- 72.National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) Statement on Healthcare for All / National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health -- 73.Heartbroken: Women of Color Feminism and the Third Wave / Rebecca Hurdis -- 74.Stop the False Race/Gender Divide: A Call to Action / Melissa Spatz -- 75.Grassroots: Introduction / Winona LaDuke -- 76.Unbowed: A Memoir / Wangari Maathai -- SECTION 6 HETEROSEXISM -- Introduction / Warren J. Blumenfeld -- Context -- 77.How Homophobia Hurts Everyone / Warren J. Blumenfeld -- 78.The InterSEXion: A Vision for a Queer Progressive Agenda / Deepali Gokhale -- 79.Privilege / Devon W. Carbado -- 80.Sport: Where Men Are Men and Women Are Trespassers / Pat Griffin -- Voices --
Contents note continued: 81.Real Men and Pink Suits / Charles M. Blow -- 82.The Loving Decision / Anna Quindlen -- 83.Mestiza/o Gender: Notes towards a Transformative Masculinity / Daniel E. Solis y Martinez -- Next Steps -- 84.Becoming an Ally: A New Examination / Jaime Washington -- 85.United Nations Address on Global LGBT Rights / Hillary Clinton -- SECTION 7 TRANSGENDER OPPRESSION -- Introduction / Davey Shlasko -- Context -- 86.Introduction---How Sex Changed: A History of Transsexuality in the United States / Joanne Meyerowitz -- 87.Transgender Liberation / Susan Stryker -- 88.Mutilating Gender / Dean Spade -- 89.Trans Woman Manifesto / Julia Serano -- 90.The Impact of Juvenile Court on Queer and Trans/Gender-Non-Conforming Youth / Wesley Ware -- Voices -- 91.Passing Realities / Allie Lie -- 92.Look! No, Don't! The Invisibility Dilemma for Transsexual Men / Jamison Green -- Next Steps --
Contents note continued: 93.Cisgender Privilege: On the Privileges of Performing Normative Gender / Evin Taylor -- 94.Calling All Restroom Revolutionaries! / Mattie Udora Richardson -- SECTION 8 ABLEISM -- Introduction / Madeline L. Peters -- Context -- 95.Struggle for Freedom: Disability Rights Movements / Willie V. Bryan -- 96.Historical and Cultural Influences in Deaf Education / Janet Cerney -- 97.Historical, Theoretical, and Foundational Principles of Universal Instructional Design in Higher Education / Julia R. Johnson -- 98.The Social Construction of Disability / Susan Wendell -- 99.Go to the Margins of the Class: Disability and Hate Crimes / Lennard J. Davis -- 100.Why the Intersexed Shouldn't Be Fixed: Insights from Queer Theory and Disability Studies / Sumi Colligan -- 101.Mass Psychiatric Casualties / Dave Grossman -- 102.Disability in the New World Order / Nirmala Erevelles -- Voices -- 103.Gawking, Gaping, Staring / Eli Clare --
Contents note continued: 104.Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Leaves Scars "on the Inside," Iraq Veteran Says / Edward D. Murphy -- 105.On the Spectrum, Looking Out / Jess Watsky -- 106.How to Curse in Sign Language / Ashley Deborah -- 107.What I'd Tell That Doctor / Jason Kingsley -- 108.In the LD Bubble / Lynn Pelkey -- Next Steps -- 109.Toward Ending Ableism in Education / Thomas Hehir -- 110.Facilitating Transitions to College for Students with Disabilities from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds / Michelle G. Knight -- 111.Learning Disability Identity Development and Social Construct: A Two-Tiered Approach / Eva Gibavic -- 112.Creating a Fragrance-Free Zone: A Friendly Atmosphere for People Living with Environmental Illness / Invisible Disabilities Advocate -- 113.Recognizing Ableist Beliefs and Practices and Taking Action as an Ally / Aquila McCants -- SECTION 9 AGEISM AND ADULTISM -- Introduction / Barbara J. Love -- Context --
Contents note continued: 114.Understanding Adultism: A Key to Developing Positive Youth-Adult Relationships / John Bell -- 115."Look Out Kid, It's Something You Did": The Criminalization of Children / Bernadine Dohrn -- 116.Police Make Life Hell for Youth of Color / Kathy Durkin -- 117.Ageism: Another Form of Bigotry / Robert N. Butler -- 118.Aging with Disabilities: Ageism and More / Debra J. Sheets -- 119.Black Elderly / Center on Aging Studies and University of Missouri-Kansas City -- Voices -- 120.Regardless of What You Were Taught to Believe: There Is Nothing Wrong with You: For Teens / Cheri Huber -- 121.Elder Liberation Draft Policy Statement / Marge Larabee -- 122.People of Color Over Fifty / Dottie Curry -- Next Steps -- 123.Chicago's Peace Warriors / Kazu Haga -- 124.Allies to Young People: Tips and Guidelines on How to Assist Young People to Organize / Jenny Sazama -- 125.Taking a Stand Against Ageism at All Ages: A Powerful Coalition / Margaret M. Gullette --
Contents note continued: 126.What Allies of Elders Can Do / Patricia Markee -- SECTION 10 WORKING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: VISIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE -- Introduction / Ximena Zuniga -- Context -- 127.Reflections on Liberation / Suzanne Pharr -- 128.Developing a Liberatory Consciousness / Barbara J. Love -- 129.Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender / Patricia Hill Collins -- 130.What Can We Do? / Allan G. Johnson -- 131.The Cycle of Liberation / Bobbie Harro -- Voices -- 132.Courage / Cornel West -- 133.Allies / Gloria E. Anzaldua -- Next Steps -- 134.Social Struggle / Richard (Chip) Smith -- 135.Bridging Differences through Intergroup Dialogue / Ximena Zuniga -- 136.Unite and Rebel! Challenges and Strategies in Building Alliances / Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez -- 137.Top Youth Activism Victories of 2009 / WireTap.
Summary "Readings for Diversity and Social Justice is the market leading anthology to cover the full scope of social oppression from a social justice standpoint. With full sections dedicated to racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and ableism, as well as transgenderism, ethno-religious oppression, and adult and ageism, this bestselling text goes far beyond the range of traditional readers. New essay selections in each section have been carefully chosen to keep topic coverage timely and readings accessible and engaging for students. The interactions among these topics are highlighted throughout to stress the interconnections among oppressions in everyday life.Each thematic section is divided into three parts: Contexts, Personal Voices, and Next Steps and Actions. The first two parts provide vivid portraits of the meaning of diversity and the realities of oppression. The third part challenges the reader to take action to end oppressive behavior and affirm diversity and social justice. Retaining the key features and organization that has made Readings for Diversity and Social Justice an indispensable text for teaching issues of social justice while simultaneously updating and expanding its coverage, this new edition features:Strong and accessible section introductions to highlight key points and relate the essential concepts of any given topic to other forms of oppression. Updated sections to include new accessible, engaging and poignant selections that maximize student engagement. Contextual pieces to theorize structural inequality; personal narratives to provide vivid portraits of "difference" and "otherness"; and next steps to challenge the reader to take action. An emphasis on the interconnectedness of social identity and social inequality throughout.An alternative, thematic table of contents.An updated companion website with additional resources, including videos, further suggested readings, and teaching materials"--
Other author Adams, Maurianne, editor.
Subject Prejudices -- United States.
Racism -- United States.
Minorities -- United States.
Social justice -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
United States -- Ethnic relations.
Variant Title Diversity and social justice.
ISBN 9780415892933 (hardback)
9780415892940 (paperback)