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Module 5 - Classism
In this session we will explore the social construction of class and classism. Intersectionality will continue to be discussed. We will engage in application activities (i.e., video reflections, case studies).
Due: Course Readings.
To Booth or not to Booth
Jones, B. L. (2017). To Booth or not to Booth. In Child and Adolescent Case Studies: Developmental, Relational, Multicultural, and Systemic Perspectives (pp. 129–138). New York , NY: Springer Publishing Company .
Addressing Classism, Ableism, and Heterosexism in Counselor Education.
Smith, L., Foley, P. F., & Chaney, M. P. (2008). Addressing Classism, Ableism, and Heterosexism in Counselor Education. Journal of Counseling & Development, 86(3), 303–309.DOI 10.1002/j.1556-6678.2008.tb00513.x
Counseling and the Culture of Economic Disadvantage
Liu, W.M.and Watt, S. K. (2012) Counseling and the Culture of Economic Disadvantage. In Multicultural issues in counseling : New approaches to diversity. Lee, C C. (Ed.).
Introduction to Social Class and Classism in Counseling Psychology
Liu, W. (2013, Mar.28). Introduction to Social Class and Classism in Counseling Psychology. In The Oxford Handbook of Social Class in Counseling. : Oxford University Press.
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