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Privilege, Power, and Difference

Privilege, Power, and Difference

3rd Edition
By Allan Johnson
Copyright: 2018

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Chapter 1 We’re in Trouble

Chapter 2 Privilege, Oppression, and Difference

Chapter 3 Capitalism, Class, and the Matrix of Domination

Chapter 4 Making Privilege and Oppression Happen

Chapter 5 The Trouble with the Trouble

Chapter 6 What It Has to Do With Us

Chapter 7 How Systems of Privilege Work

Chapter 8 Getting Off the Hook: Denial and Resistance

Chapter 9 What Can We Do?

Epilogue A Worldview is Hard to Change