Privilege : a reader /

Privilege : a reader /
Emerson College
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Toward a Sociology of the Superordinate, -- By Michael S. Kimmel -- part one introduction: seeing -- and refusing to see -- privilege -- 1. Tal Fortgang: Checking My Privilege -- 2. Charles Clymer: This Response to That Princeton Freshman Should Be Required Reading for White Males -- 3. Daniel Gastfriend: Reflections on Privilege: An Open Letter to Tal Fortgang -- 4. Peggy McIntosh: White Privilege and Male Privilege -- 5. Jessica Shea: The Invisible Crutch -- 6. Angelica S. Guitierrez and Miguel M. Unzueta: Are admissions decisions based on family ties fairer than those that consider race? Social dominance orientation and attitudes toward legacy vs. affirmative action policies -- 7. Juan Cole: Top Ten Differences between White Terrorists and Others -- 8. Bob Pease: Globalizing Privilege -- Discussion Questions and Activities, by Abby L. Ferber -- part two introduction: understanding privilege -- 9. Allan Johnson: Privilege, Power, Difference, and Us -- 10. Michael A. Messner: Becoming 100 Percent Straight -- 11. Sonny Nordmarken: Becoming Ever More Monstrous: Feeling Gender In-Betweenness -- 12. Ashley "Woody" Doane: White-Blindness: The Dominant Group Experience -- 13. Diana Kendall: Class: Still Alive and Reproducing in the United States -- 14. Paul Kivel: Everyday Impact of Christian Hegemony -- 15. Cara Liebowitz (That Crazy Crippled Chick): Just Because it's Ableist Doesn't Mean it's Bad -- Discussion Questions and Activities, by Abby L. Ferber -- part three introduction: intersections: the complicated reality -- 16. Michael Kimmel and Bethany Coston: Seeing Privilege Where It Isn't: Marginalized Masculinities and the Intersectionality of Privilege -- 17. Alan Berube: How Gay Stays White and What Kind of White It Stays -- 18. Kortney Ziegler: Peculiarity of Black Trans Male Privilege -- 19. Seth Goren: Gay and Jewish -- 20. John Tehranian: The Middle Easterner as the Other -- Discussion Questions and Activities, by Abby L. Ferber -- part four introduction: making new connections, moving forward -- 21. Carol Mukhopadhyay: Getting Rid of the Word "Caucasian" -- 22. M.E. Lee: Maybe I'm Not Class Mobile; Maybe I'm Class Queer -- 23. Abby Ferber: We Aren't Just Color-Blind, We Are Oppression Blind! -- 24. Patricia Hill Collins: Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection -- 25. Mark R. Warren: Winning Hearts and Minds -- 26. Caitlin Deen Fair: An Open Letter to White "Allies" from a White Friend -- Discussion Questions and Activities, by Abby L. Ferber.

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HN90.S6 P75 2016Available