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5. Methods to interrupt oppression Overview of today
Pre-session review Learning the local context At minimum, review data from Burns Institute on your state’s
DMC data, looking at history of disproportionality in different
areas. http://www.burnsinstitute.org/state_map.php. Ideally, review poverty data for region for groups of different
race & ethnicities and compare with 5 years ago Reading materials Morley – Teaching critical practice: Resisting structural
domination through critical reflection Tatum – The complexity of identity: “Who am I?” Review of Webinar
Conflict perspective – power imbalances at root of distress
Accounts for distress much better (and in non- blaming ways) than psychosocial models
Multi-level manifestations and multi-level interventions
Better explain disparities
Counter-cultural lens… this is a hard sell, particularly in the justice field AOP as applied to the RF context
Service fragmentation… who wi...
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2013 for the course SW 590 taught by Professor Anncurrystevens during the Summer '12 term at Portland State.
- Summer '12