Published on 10/27/2014
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Baby Doll v01n02 1963
Published on 02/20/2016
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Published on 02/11/2015
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Her promising career in 1960s London interrupted by an affair with a married professor that renders her a single mother, Jessica Speight faces wrenching questions about responsibility, potential, and compassion when her sunny child reveals unique needs
Published on 03/03/2015
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Published on 04/18/2018
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ERIC EJ822393: Let's Talk about Race, Baby: How a White Professor Teaches White Students about White Privilege and Racism
There are a variety of methods by which the themes of White privilege and racism can be presented to White students. By using the concept of racial identity a continuum of racism can be considered. Furthermore, addressing White privilege and racism in the context of a multicultural psychology course allows White students to have a greater appreciation for the history and subjective experience of people of color in the United States, as this history has been irrevocably influenced by White culture. Using a continuum of racism as a pedagogical tool allows for the introduction of psychoanalytic group relations theory, helping students to think more critically about the categories of "racist" and "non-racist." This article presents the teaching methods the author employs, with the hope that these are additional tools which can be utilized in the field of White privilege and anti-racism pedagogy. (Contains 3 figures.)
Published on 05/26/2016
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Published on 04/01/2008
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Four-in-hand; a group of short stories: Mr. Durbar's toast; Mrs. Billy's baby and the professor; From Dolly to Dick; poetry and life
Published on 04/28/2016
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Today digital-device-outfitted Millennials comprise the majority of university students. Concern over these digital natives' tendency to perform lower than expected as a group in college after completing a commendable high school experience, has some eyeing character traits as a possible culprit. Conversely, university faculties are comprised primarily of Baby Boomers and older members who grew up in lower-tech, lesser-interactive-media environments. Higher education institutions have invested a lot of resources into facilitating the integration of digital technologies and best practices into the instructional processes, but how far has the professorial "Me" generation really advanced in comparison to our studious "Like" generation? Are we designing e-media effective enough for Millennials? This paper will analyze Pre-Millennials' text dependency and their resulting instructional media processes as a barrier to bridging the digital divide between higher-education and its incoming Millennial students. [For full proceedings, see ED571459.]
Published on 07/02/2017
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Published on 03/22/2010
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