This book offers educational and psychological perspectives to inform practice and increase options in addressing conflict situations. The first part of the book helps the educator understand the reasons for resistance and ways to prevent it. The second part explains how educators motivate dominant groups to support social justice. This book is an excellent resource for group facilitators, counselors, trainers in classrooms and workshops, professors, teachers, higher education personnel, community educators, and other professionals involved with educating others about diversity and equity.
|Series:||Winter Roundtable Series (Formerly: Roundtable Series on Psychology & Education) Series , #2|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
IntroductionAbout Privileged GroupsPerspectives on Individual Change and DevelopmentUnderstanding ResistancePreventing and Reducing ResistanceThe Costs of Oppression to People from Privileged GroupsWhy People from Privileged Groups Support Social JusticeDeveloping and Enlisting Support for Social JusticeIssues for EducatorsHope and Possibilities