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Race Class andThe Strengths and Weaknesses ofthe Ideology of the Social JusticeDr Neil Shenvi Acknowledgements.
hanks to my sponsors Koch Brothers IndustriesExxon MobilThe Knights TemplarThe Ayn Rand Center for Intellectualism.
100 American Citizen Padminir VlutinSouthwest Kentucky Small Firearm and Taxidermy ClubRatio Christi NCState Acknowledgementshanks to my sponsors .
Koch Brothers IndustriesExxon MobilThe Knights TemplarThe Ayn Rand Center for Intellectualism100 American Citizen Padminir Vlutin.
Southwest Kentucky Small Firearm and Taxidermy ClubRatio Christi NCState Why study the social justice movement What is social justice What is critical theory .
What are the strengths of critical theory What are the weaknesses of critical theory Why Study the Social JusticePolitical relevance Why Study the Social Justice.
Cultural relevance Why Study the Social JusticeIdeological relevance Why Study the Social JusticeIdeological relevance.
Soc strono azz mFren hysi Hc h L it cs Why Study the Social JusticeIdeological relevance.
CRITICAL THEORY Why Study the Social JusticeReligious relevance Why Study the Social JusticeIdeological.
Why study the social justice movement What is social justice What is critical theory What are the strengths of critical theory What are the weaknesses of critical theory .
What is social justice Religious social justice 1943 Society ensures social justice by providing theconditions that allow associations and individuals toobtain their due .
1944 Respect for the human person considers the other another self It presupposes respect for thefundamental rights that flow from the dignity intrinsicof the person 1945 The equality of men concerns their dignity as.
persons and the rights that flow from it 1946 The differences among persons belong to God splan who wills that we should need one another Thesedifferences should encourage charity 1947 The equal dignity of human persons requires the.
effort to reduce excessive social and economicinequalities It gives urgency to the elimination of sinfulinequalities 1948 Solidarity is an eminently Christian virtue Itpractices the sharing of spiritual goods even more than.
material ones Catechism of the Catholic Church What is social justice Nebulous social justice A cry for social justice is usually little more than a call for.
goodness progressive has become a substitute for all goodthings But sometimes the word is too vague So if you press aself declared progressive to say what it means he ll respond eventually with something like It means fighting for socialjustice If you ask What does social justice mean you are.
likely to get an exasperated eye roll because you just don t getit Jonah Goldberg National Review What is social justice Secular social justice social justice is the elimination of all forms of social.
oppression Mary McClintock How to InterruptOppressive Behavior p 483 Heterosexism is the institutionalization of a heterosexual norm or standard whichestablishes and perpetuates the notion that all people are or should be heterosexual thereby privileging heterosexuals and heterosexuality and excluding the needs concerns .
cultures and life experiences of LGBT peple Blumenfeld p 262 First in considering oppression theory the question what is sexism is addressedthrough a definition that combines prejudicial attitudes or beliefs with social power Suzanne Pharr defines sexism as an enforced belief in male dominance and control heldin place by system of power and control that ultimately keep women subordinate to men .
These systems of power and control take place at institutional cultural and individuallevels Hackman p 199 Like other forms of oppression ableism operates on individual cultural and institutionallevels Ableism affects those with disabilities by inhibiting their access to and powerwithin institutional structures that fulfill basic needs like health care housing .
government education religion the media and the legal system Castaneda and Peters What is social justice Three influential definitionsCatholic social teaching 1943 Society ensures social justice by providing A cry for social justice is usually social justice is the.
the conditions that allow associations and little more than a call for goodness elimination of all forms ofindividuals to obtain their due If you ask What does social justice social oppression Mary1944 Respect for the human person considers mean you are likely to get an McClintock How tothe other another self It presupposes respect exasperated eye roll because you Interrupt Oppressivefor the fundamental rights that flow from the just don t get it Jonah Goldberg Behavior in Adams et al .
dignity intrinsic of the person National Review Readings for Diversity and Catechism of the Catholic Church Social Justice What is social justice Secular social justiceCatholic social teaching.
social justice is theelimination of all forms ofsocial oppression MaryMcClintock How toInterrupt Oppressive.
Behavior in Adams et al Readings for Diversity andSocial Justice What is social justice SOCIAL JUSTICE 3.
CRITICAL THEORY Why study the social justice movement What is social justice What is critical theory What are the strengths of critical theory .
What are the weaknesses of critical theory What is critical theory CRITICAL THEORY What is critical theory Major premises .
1 Oppressed or oppressor 2 Oppression through hegemonic power3 Solidarity in oppression4 Liberation from oppressionMinor premises .
5 Lived experience 6 Guise of objectivity7 Intersectionality Premise 1 Individual identity is inseparablefrom group identity as oppressed or oppressor .
My schooling gave me no training inseeing myself as an oppressor I wastaught wrongly to see myself as anindividual whose moral state dependedon her individual moral will Peggy.
McIntosh White Privilege and MalePrivilege in Andersen and Collins Race Class and Gender p 72 Premise 1 Individual identity is inseparablefrom group identity as oppressed or oppressor .
Premise 2 Oppressor groups subjugate oppressedgroups through the exercise of hegemonic power In any relationship between groups that defineone another men women able bodied disabled young old the dominant group is the group that is.
valued more highly Dominant groups set thenorms by which the minoritized group is judged Dominant groups have greater access to theresources of society and benefit from the existenceof the inequality p 25 Hegemony refers to the.
control of the ideology of a society The dominantgroup maintains power by imposing their ideologyon everyone p 50 Sensoy and DiAngelo IsEveryone Really Equal Premise 2 Oppressor groups subjugate oppressed.
groups through the exercise of hegemonic powerExample U S Demographics Premise 3 Different oppressed groups find solidarityin the experience of oppression I as a Japanese American feel a kinship to.
both Blacks and Native Americans that I do notfeel with white Americans It comes from ourhistories as victims of injustice David Mura inAndersen and Collins Race Class and Gender I realized I could be beaten on the street for.
being a lesbian If my sister s being beatenbecause she s Black it s pretty much the sameprinciple The connection is blatant Cherr eMoraga in Andersen and Collins Race Class and Gender p 23.
Premise 3 Different oppressedgroups find solidarity in theexperience of oppressionExample sustainability ncsu edu Premise 4 Our fundamental moral duty is freeing.
groups from oppression These political times call forrenewed dialogue about andcommitment to the politics ofliberation Liberation requires a.
struggle against discriminationbased on race class gender sexual identity ableism and age Suzanne Pharr Reflections onLiberation in Adams et .
al Readings for Diversity andSocial Justice p 450 Premise 4 Our fundamental moralduty is freeing groups fromoppression.
Premise 5 Lived experience is more important thanobjective evidence in understanding oppression The idea that objectivity is bestreached only through rationalthought is a specifically Western.
and masculine way of thinking one that we will challengethroughout this book MargaretL Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins Reconstructing Knowledge in.
Anderson and Collins Race Class and Gender p 4 5 Premise 5 Lived experience is more importantthan objective evidence in understanding oppression Premise 6 Oppressor groups hide their oppression.
under the guise of objectivity Other non critical forms of thoughtwere seen as affirmative of the existingorder in spite of their self proclaimedneutrality and objectivity Social.
interests were hidden within thephilosophical discourse StephenBronner Critical Theory p 23 Premise 6 Oppressors groups hidetheir oppression under the guise of.
objectivity This paper thus proposes a feminist glaciologyframework with four key components 1 knowledgeproducers 2 gendered science and knowledge 3 systems of scientific domination and 4 alternative.
representations of glaciers Merging feministpostcolonial science studies and feminist politicalecology the feminist glaciology framework generatesrobust analysis of gender power andepistemologies in dynamic social ecological systems .
thereby leading to more just and equitable scienceand human ice interactions Premise 7 Individuals at the intersection of differentoppressed groups experience oppression in a unique Imagine a black woman who.
may be a single workingmother She experiences potentially not only multipleforms of oppression but onesunique to her and to others like.
her Richard Delgado andJean Stefancic Critical RaceTheory An Introduction p 59 Premise 7 Individuals at the intersection of differentoppressed groups experience oppression in a unique.
Critical theory is an important andinfluential ideology in today s Why study the social justice movement What is social justice What is critical theory .
What are the strengths of critical theory What are the weaknesses of critical theory Strength 1 Focus onstructures systems and norms Systemic racism unjust systems which harm certain racial groups.
Strength 1 Focus onstructures systems and norms White privilege unearned advantages that whites have over peopleof color all other things being equal Strength 1 Focus on.
structures systems and normsWARNING DEFINITIONS MATTER Strength 2 Emphasis on thesinfulness of oppressionOld Testament .
Learn to do good seek justice correct oppression bring justice to the fatherless plead the widow s cause Is 1 17 Do not oppress the widow the fatherless the sojourner or the poor and letnone of you devise evil against another in your heart Zech 7 20New Testament .
Love your neighbor as yourself Mark 12 30 Listen The wages of the laborers who mowed your fields which you kept backby fraud cry out and the cries of the har vesters have reached the ears of theLord of hosts James 5 4 Strength 3 Recognition of the.
noetic effects of power Strength 4 Desire to give voice tothe marginalized Why study the social justice movement What is social justice .
What is critical theory What are the strengths of critical theory What are the weaknesses of critical theory Weakness 1 Not everything canbe reduced to power dynamics.
Christine Delphy 1984 for example describes marriage as a class relation inwhich women s labor benefits menwithout comparable remuneration Young Five Faces of Oppression in.
Adams et al Readings for Diversity andSocial Justice p 39 Weakness 1 Not everything canbe reduced to power dynamics most of us were oppressed as children through.
the impact of adultism Thomson Can WhiteHeterosexual Men Understand Oppression inAdams et al Readings for Diversity and SocialJustice p 479 Children are being considered helpless .
dependent and cute creatures to be cherished“The idea that objectivity is best reached only through rational thought is a specifically Western and masculine way of thinking – one that we will challenge throughout this book.” – Margaret L. Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins, “Reconstructing Knowledge,” in Anderson and Collins, Race, Class, and Gender, p. 4-5

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