Privilege, power, and difference

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 15, 2001 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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This brief supplemental book provides students with an easily applied theoretical model for thinking about systems of privilege and difference. Writing in accessible, conversational prose, Johnson joins theory with engaging examples in ways that enable students to see the nature and consequences of privilege and their connection to it.

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Great intro to examining one's own privilege. - Goodreads
Pretty good introduction to issues of oppression. - Goodreads
A starting point, don't let it be the ending point. - Goodreads
As an introduction, this book serves its purpose well. - Goodreads
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Maybe it was just my teacher that made it a waste of my life but reading this i couldn't keep my eyes open for more than 5 minutes.

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User Review  - Joe - Goodreads

A few weeks ago, I came to a former colleague who worked extensively in gender studies asking him if he knew of a book that might help me navigate the elephant of privilege and understand how to use ... Read full review

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Were In Trouble
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We Cant Talk about It If We Cant Use the Words
11
Who Are We?
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