Ideas of white dominance in society seldom function in isolation from, and often intersect with, other dominant ideas including gender, class, sexual orientation, religion, culture, ability or age. ‘Whiteness’ ideas become apparent through social practices.
Aim: To identify and analyse ‘whiteness’ in social practices and implications for social work practice.
The unit learning outcomes assessed are:
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Mullaly and west
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Sunday August 9th, 23:59 EST
The following questions are to guide your critical reflection of social practices. For each social practice, consider:
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