Systems of Power

Systems of Power - Consequences of not following that path.

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Systems of Power 02:01 Ways of organizing society that create a patterns of privilege and oppression and  anything that helps create or perpetuate these patterns. Think of the –isms: racism, sexism, ableism, classism, heterosexism, ageism. Individuals and systems Paths of least resistance Choices we make in social situations that are least likely to violate norms and cause  discomfort. Why do we follow paths of least resistance? Usually the only path we see
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Unformatted text preview: Consequences of not following that path. Intersectionality- examination of social positions such as race, class, gender, national origin, sexuality, ability, religion, etc. and how their combination plays out in various settings. Intersectionality Simultaneous and interlocking Recognition of differences Intersectionality is NOT Addictive Dichotomous-either- or Ranking Universal claims that ignore differences. 02:01 02:01...
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