Is Everyone Really Equal?: An Introduction To Key Concepts In Social Justice Education
ISBN: 080775269X
EAN13: 9780807752692
Language: English
Pages: 240
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.9" L x 6.1" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   EXACTLY AS DESCRIBED
It was actually in better shape than I expected.
 
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   The less educated you are, the more scholarly this book seems.
It would be a laughing matter if it was not taken so seriously by those not willing to double check the validity of its bizarre claims. No one has ever said that everyone was equal in the first place, so the title is a strawman himself. I could write a book on how wrong this book of the assumptions is... highly not recommended.
 
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   One of the most important books of our time. ...
One of the most important books of our time is ours. Professors who have not taught about privilege previously or have not often taught this book... and their administrators should read it. You will recognize all the resistance you will receive when teaching social justice in your university classrooms, both undergraduate and graduate.
 
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   Required Reading
I was asked to read this book for a multicultural course in education. I felt that the authors of the book adequately explained their arguments, but some unfamiliar concepts were not outlined properly. The book seemed to cover all racial and social groups under a single thought process and ideology, and did not account for individual thoughts or perceptions. I feel that this book had great aspirations, but it eventually did not meet its goals.
 
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   Must read
I would recommend this to anyone looking to expand their understanding of power and privilage.
 
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