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Dewey, Freire, and a Pedagogy for the Oppressor
Asserts that cultural diversity and democracy will always be in conflict with each other, examining oppression in a democratic society; an oppressor's view of the world; a pervasive dualism in perspectives; the inadequacy of current efforts to overcome the conflict between the oppressors and the oppressed; traits of oppressors that must be changed; a three-pronged approach to consciousness raising; common themes within this approach; and underlying assumptions. (SM)
Author/Creator: Breault, Rick A.
Date Published: Spr
Journal/Secondary Title: Multicultural Education
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