Chapter 5 social justice

Chapter 5 social justice - Chapter 5 Five Faces of...

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Chapter 5 Five Faces of Oppression they are waitingfor m 09/02/09 1. explotation 2. marginalization 3. powerlessness 4. cultural imperalism 5. violence Oppression is a structural concept Oppression = injustice Tyranny Instutional Social movemnts 1960’s Well intended Has conseque4nces Sterotypes Privledge vs non privledge We are identified or defined by the social groups that we participate in Social collectives American Indian gender- male, female Social status Group Affinity We leave and enter different groups like age, (transform) 09/04/09 page 38 Groups maybe identified by outsiders Without members consciously knowing By shared oppression Invidious fictions Exclusion, stereotyped, predijuce
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Background may come forward Elminating oppression means elminating groups People should be identified as individuals Ethinic Group differentiation is inevidiable and desirable in modern social process. Respect group difference
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