By M. Pratt-Clarke
Serious Race, Feminism, and Education: A Social Justice version presents a transformative subsequent step within the evolution of severe race and Black feminist scholarship. targeting praxis, the connection among the development of race, category, and gender different types and social justice results is analyzed. An utilized transdisciplinary version -- integrating legislations, sociology, background, and social move concept -- demonstrates how marginalized teams are oppressed through ideologies of strength and privilege within the felony process, the schooling procedure, and the media. Pratt-Clarke files the results of racism, patriarchy, classism, and nationalism on Black ladies and men within the single-sex university debate.
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Extra info for Critical Race, Feminism, and Education: A Social Justice Model (Postcolonial Studies in Education)
It involves the implementation of strategic solutions, informed by multiple disciplines, to minimize the effects of injustice toward individuals and groups based on their intersecting identities as a result of the operation of systems and structures of oppression and power. It affirms the value of the “search for justice at the margins of the legal epicenter” (Rabouin, 2000, p. 594). By blending historical, political, legal, and sociological analysis, a framework can be created for social justice activism.
CRF challenges the traditional legal scholarship’s focus on analyzing a legal case based on the outcomes of prior related court cases, ascertaining and examining the nuanced differences of each analysis based on the unique facts of those cases, and then applying the constitutional and statutory interpretations reflected in the past decisions to the new facts. This process rarely discusses the operation of power, systems of domination, or social justice activism. Thus, a legal approach alone to a complex social problem will rarely result in a full understanding of the dynamics necessary to create transformative change.
These requirements, if met, have the potential for transforming not only scholarship, but society. The desire to push the limits of disciplines has resulted in three different yet often intermingled concepts: interdisciplinarity, multidisciplinarity, and transdisciplinarity. According to Francois (2006, p. ” Biochemistry and astrophysics are two separate disciplines whose expert knowledge is critical to advancing scientific knowledge and creating a synthesis between the disciplines (Webb, 2006).
Critical Race, Feminism, and Education: A Social Justice Model (Postcolonial Studies in Education) by M. Pratt-Clarke