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Cebulak, Jessica A.; Zipp, John F. – Teaching Sociology, 2019
A considerable amount of research across the past several decades has documented the emergence of a new racial ideology of "color-blindness" as well as evidence that white college students have difficulty recognizing the racial privileges that are obscured by this color-blindness. To address this, we developed a cooperative group White…
Descriptors: Infant Mortality, Racial Differences, Social Differences, Cooperative Learning
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Wang, Kenneth T.; Castro, Antonio J.; Cunningham, Yu Li – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2014
Cultural ideologies of meritocracy and individualism act as strong barriers for college students in understanding the most complex systems of inequity across racial, cultural, and gendered lines. The dichotomous thinking patterns of maladaptive perfectionists may also relate to resistance of multicultural awareness. This study examined whether…
Descriptors: Ideology, Cultural Influences, Barriers, Cultural Awareness
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Kohli, Rita – Urban Education, 2018
Despite recruitment efforts, teachers of Color are underrepresented and leaving the teaching force at faster rates than their White counterparts. Using Critical Race Theory to analyze and present representative qualitative narratives from 218 racial justice-oriented, urban teachers of color, this article affirms that urban schools--despite serving…
Descriptors: Minority Group Teachers, Urban Teaching, Urban Schools, Critical Theory
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Annamma, Subini Ancy; Jackson, Darrell D.; Morrison, Deb – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2017
Color-blind racial ideology has historically been conceptualized as an ideology wherein race is immaterial. Efforts not to "see" race insinuate that recognizing race is problematic; therefore, scholars have identified and critiqued color-blindness ideology. In this paper, we first examine Gotanda's (1991) identification and critique of…
Descriptors: Racial Attitudes, Ideology, Racial Differences, Whites
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Ullucci, Kerri; Battey, Dan – Urban Education, 2011
As teacher educators we have been struck by the consistency, urgency, and frequency in which students employ color-blind perspectives. This orientation has negative consequences in K-12 settings. In this manuscript, we lay out the multiple meanings of color blindness, drawing from legal, educational, and social science traditions, and offer…
Descriptors: Blindness, Elementary Secondary Education, Social Sciences, Teacher Educators
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Crowley, Ryan – Urban Education, 2019
The author draws from critical Whiteness studies and the sociological imagination to show how three White preservice teachers in an urban education program used personal experiences with racial privilege to understand structural racism. These stories depart from portrayals of race-evasive White teachers who struggle to engage with critical…
Descriptors: Whites, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Urban Teaching
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Chang, Yevvon Yi-Chi; Chiou, Wen-Bin – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2014
The present study investigated the developmental relationship between cognitive thinking and diversity beliefs among late adolescents from a postPiagetian perspective. The participants were 762 Taiwanese undergraduates aging from 19 to 25 years. The Social Paradigm Belief Scale was used to assess three modes of cognitive development of late…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Late Adolescents, Young Adults, Undergraduate Students
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Kreamelmeyer, Kathleen; Kline, Anthony; Zygmunt, Eva; Clark, Patricia – Teacher Educator, 2016
This study examined the perspectives of 85 undergraduate preservice teacher candidates engaged in a required survey course on diversity at a midsized Midwestern university. Candidates completed the Common Beliefs Survey at both the beginning and end of the 16-week semester. Quantitative analysis of the pre- and postcourse Likert ratings of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Multicultural Education
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Chao, Ruth Chu-Lien; Wei, Meifen; Good, Glenn E.; Flores, Lisa Y. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
Increasing trainees' multicultural counseling competence (MCC) has been a hot topic in counseling. Scholars have identified predictors (e.g., race/ethnicity, color-blindness) of MCC, and educators provide multicultural training for trainees. Using a sample of 370 psychology trainees, this study examined whether multicultural training (a) moderated…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Race, Blindness, Racial Attitudes
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Paone, Tina R.; Malott, Krista M.; Barr, Jason J. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2015
This study sought to determine changes in 121 White counseling students following their participation in an experiential, race-based course taught in a group format. Pre- and postoutcomes were reported based on instruments that measured White racial identity development, White privilege, color blindness, and the costs of racism. Findings indicated…
Descriptors: Race, Counselor Training, Experiential Learning, Course Descriptions
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Sleeter, Christine E. – Urban Education, 2017
This article uses three tenets of critical race theory to critique the common pattern of teacher education focusing on preparing predominantly White cohorts of teacher candidates for racially and ethnically diverse students. The tenet of interest convergence asks how White interests are served through incremental steps. The tenet of color…
Descriptors: Race, Critical Theory, Teacher Education, Student Diversity
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Warren Grice, April; Parker, Laurence – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2018
The research presented in this study focuses on Educational Cultural Negotiators (ECNs). The participants were teachers, administrators, and graduate students in an after-school program in the Midwest and a community-based school/university partnership in the Western U.S. We posit that the roles of the ECNs function as advocacy leaders to invoke…
Descriptors: Advocacy, After School Programs, African American Students, Hispanic American Students
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Peters, Terri; Margolin, Marcia; Fragnoli, Kristi; Bloom, Diane – Current Issues in Education, 2016
This study examined changes in student teachers' White racial identity and color-blindness (using scores on the WRCDS-R and CoBRAS), as well as their perceptions of working with students of color, following a semester of student teaching in diverse classrooms. Paired samples t-tests demonstrated student teachers were more color-blind about…
Descriptors: Whites, Racial Identification, Racial Differences, Preservice Teachers
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Schwartz, Joni; Schwartz, Rebecca – Journal of Transformative Education, 2018
This autoethnographic research project examines the transformational learning of a transracial adoptive adult mother and daughter through the lens of postcolonialism. As collaborative researchers, adult adoptee and adoptive mother, examine this lifelong learning experience through critical self-reflection, qualitative meta-analysis, and…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Mothers, Daughters, Imagination
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Gipson, Leah – Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 2017
In this article, I examine the ties between neoliberalism and multiculturalism in art therapy in the United States. I explore the neoliberal privatization of society as an influence of individualistic norms in the profession. I explain my analysis of multiculturalism using the 1954 film "Magnificent Obsession" and introduce the concept…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Art Therapy, Cultural Pluralism, Racial Differences
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