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Published: 03 September 2018

192 Pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780190904241

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Critical Multiculturalism and Intersectionality in a Complex World

Second Edition

Lacey Sloan, Mildred Joyner, Catherine Stakeman, and Cathryne Schmitz

  • Shares case examples from the field to illustrate the real-life applications and challenges of critical multiculturalism
  • Includes discussion questions in each chapter to support critical self-reflection with readers' own experiences of privilege and oppression
  • Examines institutional bias and systemic structures that establish privilege and marginalization of identity groups
  • Explores identity development and the achievement of healthy identities
  • Provides an intersectionality web to help inform readers' understanding of the complexity of identity

New to this Edition:

  • Recognizes implicit bias as informing unconscious stereotypes and attitudes towards others, even when one may be actively engaged in anti-racism work
  • Examines imperialism, colonization, capitalism, and the growing economic gap as part of the underlying causes of global inequality and oppression
  • Enhances content regarding trans individuals
  • Updates the chapter on race and ethnicity to include color, caste, tribe, and nationality
  • Includes the problems of global migration and environmental degradation

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