Module 8. Our Way Forward

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the module, students will be able to:

  1. evaluate responses and strategies to coping with subordinate or minority status
  2. explain racial and social justice practices and social movements
  3. explain the importance of race and ethnicity in the creation of cultural expressions, social developments, progress, and change
  4. summarize the process for creating cultural awareness and building cultural intelligence
  5. demonstrate methods and approaches for working with others in a culturally diverse society
  6. describe and apply anti-racist and anti-colonial practices

 

KEY TERMS & CONCEPTS

Acceptance
Adaptive Responses
Alternative Movements
Anti-Racist & Anti-Colonial Tools
Approaches to Reducing Prejudice
Assertiveness
Assimilation
Avoidance
Change Agents
Change-Oriented Responses
Conflict Prevention Strategies
Conflict Reduction Techniques
Conflict Resolution
Conspiracy of Silence
Contact Hypothesis
Cooperativeness
Cross-cultural Conflict
Cultural Bias
Cultural Intelligence
Cultural Realities
Displaced Aggression
Dynamics of Power
Education
Experiential Exercise
Global Consciousness
Individual & Group Therapy
Interpersonal Conflict
Persuasive Communication
Race-Based Traumatic Stress
Reform Movements
Reframing
Religious or Redemptive Movements
Resistance Movements
Resocialization
Revolutionary Movements
Social Movement
Socio-Cultural Lenses
Toxic Stress
Truthfulness
Types of Ignorance

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Our Lives: An Ethnic Studies Primer by Vera Guerrero Kennedy and Rowena Bermio is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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