A Twenty-first Century Approach to Teaching Social Justice: Educating for Both Advocacy and Action defines social justice in terms of the marginalization of groups including women, people of color, queers, working class/poor individuals, and individuals with disabilities. Sixteen original chapters provide new and insightful perspectives on topics ranging from global transgender awareness and action to religious pluralism. Essential reading for anyone concerned about the state of equality in our society, this book will provide undergraduate and graduate students, as well as other readers, with an awareness of various social justice issues and how to develop strategies for social change.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2009. X, 236 pp., num. ill.
Contents: G.L.A. Harris: Unequal Justice: Losing Ground In Higher Education – Jillian Todd Weiss: Teaching Transgender Issues:
Global Social Movements Based on Gender Identity – Richard Greggory Johnson III/George Stewart Leibowitz: The Down Low Phenomenon:
A Case for Reinventing African American Male Hyper Masculinity – Audrey Cooper/Elijah Edelman/Kathleen J. Grant/Noor Johnson/Khari
La Marca/William L. Leap/Michelle A. Marzullo: Beyond the Knowledge/Action Divide: Studying Race, Gender, and Social Justice
in American University’s Department of Anthropology – Irvin Peckham: Acting Justly – Susan Hasazi/Katharine Shepherd: Leading
Beyond Labels: The Role of the Principal in Leading through a Social Justice Framework for Students with Disabilities – Efleda
Preclaro Tolentino: How Does it Feel to Have Your Skin Color?: Uncovering Children’s Inquiries About Race – Jeffrey A. Trumbower:
Teaching about Religion in Religiously Pluralistic Contexts: Sensitivity, Academic Rigor, and Justice – Andrew Quinn/Bruce
Reeves: The Use of the Internet to Promote Social Justice with LGBT Individuals – DeMethra LaSha Bradley/Robert James Nash:
Helping College Students Explore the Hidden Injuries of Social Class – Joan S. Rabin: Survival Connections and Social Change
– Edward R. McMahon: Democracy And Universal Human Rights: An Example of Social Justice Activism at the International Level
– Ciaran O’Faircheallaigh: Social Justice, Aboriginal Leadership and Mineral Development in Australia.