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Diversity, social justice, and inclusive excellence : transdisciplinary and global perspectives
edited by Seth N. Asumah and Mechthild Nagel. --New York, NY: Suny Press , c2014.
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Asumah, Seth N
Nagel, Mechthild
edited by Seth N. Asumah and Mechthild Nagel
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Suny Press
Date of Publication
Physical Description
1 online resource, 445 p.
9781438451640 (electronic bk.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Cultural Diversity
Social Justice
Oppression (Psychology)
Subjects (LCSH)
Cultural pluralism
Social justice
Blacks - Race identity - United States
People with mental disabilities - Government policy - United States
Oppression (Psychology)
Sex role
About the contributors -- Preface / Seth N. Asumah and Mechthild Nagel -- Doing diversity for cultural competence, social justice and inclusive excellence -- Five faces of oppression / Iris Marion Young -- The vicissitudes of cultural competence : dealing with difficult classroom dialogue / Elizabeth Davis-Russell and Gale Young -- Gender, race, class, homosexuality, disability, immigration and animal oppression in the United States -- Teaching feminist pedagogy on race and gender : beyond the additive approach? / Mechthild Nagel -- Beyond the pale : reflections on the vulnerability of Black life in the United States / Mechthild Nagel -- Women's work trips and multifaceted oppression / Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo -- Racial identity and policy making : redefining whiteness / Seth N. Asumah -- Examining cyberstalking through the prism of race and gender / Tosha A. Asumah and Debra F. Glaser -- Framing the same-sex marriage issue as equity / Christopher P. Latimer -- Oppression's three new faces : rethinking Iris Young's "Five faces of oppression" for disability theory / Elizabeth Purcell -- Gender and the politics of invisible disability / Nancy J. Hirschmann -- Stigmatized, marginalized, and ill : the oppression of people with serious mental illness / Diane C. Gooding and William T. L. Cox -- Rethinking United States immigration policy, diversity, and the politics of exclusion / Seth N. Asumah and Matthew Todd Bradley -- The faces of animal oppression / Lori Gruen -- Doing diversity worldwide for global justice -- The tale of two worlds : unpacking the power of the global North over the global South / Gowri Parameswaran -- Feeding the city and financing the family : women market traders in Suva, Fiji / Susan C. Dewey and Cema Bolabola -- China in Africa : dislocating cultures, reexamining the role of the nation state and the China model in the process of development / Seth N. Asumah -- Political struggle of rural migrant hostesses for first-class citizenship in postsocialist China / Tiantian Zheng -- Understanding disability rights in a global context / Janet M. Duncan -- Islam, rentier states and the quest for democracy in the Middle East and Africa / Seth N. Asumah -- African relational democracy : reframing diversity, economic development and society-centered governance for the twenty-first century / Seth N. Asumah -- Index.
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