Challenging Oppression A Critical Social Work Approach

ISBN-10: 0195429702

ISBN-13: 9780195429701

Edition: 2nd 2009

Authors: Bob Mullaly

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Book details

List price: $88.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/6/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Bob Mullaly is a professor in the faculty of Social Work at University of Manitoba. Previously, he has taught in the Department of Social Work at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia, and in the Social Work program at St Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, which he founded.He is also the author of The New Structural Social Work (OUP Canada, 2007).

Acknowledgements
Preface
Theoretical and Conceptual Considerations
The Imperative of Theory
Social Problems: The Great Paradox of the Helping Professions
Order and Conflict/Change Perspectives
Critical Social Theory
Critical Social Work Theory
Modernism and Postmodernism
Major Concepts Associated with Oppression/Anti-Oppression Framework
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Oppression: An Overview
Diversity, Difference, and Oppression
Social Work Approaches to Difference
The Nature of Oppression
Oppression as a Social Justice Issue
The Genealogy of Modern-day Oppression and the Politics of Identity
The Dynamics of Oppression
Forms of Oppression
Personal, Cultural, and Structural Levels of Oppression
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Oppression at the Personal Level
Normalizing Gaze and Objectified Bodies
Acts of Oppression at the Personal Level
Effects of Oppression on the Individual
Surviving Oppression: Responses of Oppressed People at the Personal Level
Critical Social Theory and Personal Oppression
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Oppression at the Cultural Level
Introduction
Culture (the 'Poor Cousin' in Social Work)
The Dominant Culture
Popular/Mass Culture
Critical Social Theories of Culture
Stereotypes as Cultural Expressions of Oppression
Language and Discourse as Mechanisms of Oppression (and Anti-Oppression)
Social Work and Cultural Oppression
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Oppression at the Structural Level
Introduction
Social Relations and Oppression
The Politics of Difference
Economic Relations and Oppression
Political Relations and Oppression
Effects of Structural Oppression
Social Determinants of Health
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Internalized Oppression and Domination
Introduction
Psychology of Oppression
Inferiority and Internalized Oppression
The Master-Slave Paradigm
False Consciousness
Other Perspectives on Internalized Oppression
Psychology of Liberation
Internalized Domination
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
The 'Web': The Multiplicity, Intersectionality, and Heterogeneity of Oppression
Introduction
Multiple Identities and the Persistence of Domination and Oppression
Models of Multiple Oppressions
Intersections of Oppression: An Analysis
Heterogeneity within Oppressed Groups
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice at the Personal and Cultural Levels
Introduction
Anti-Oppressive Practice at the Personal Level
Anti-Oppressive Practice at the Cultural Level
Challenging the Organization
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Anti-Oppressive Social Work at the Structural Level and Selected Principles of Anti-Oppressive Social Work
Introduction
Anti-Oppressive Practice at the Structural Level
Selected Principles of Anti-oppressive Social Work Practice
The Constructive Use of Anger
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Unpacking Our Knapsacks of Invisible Privilege
Introduction
The Nature of Privilege
Dynamics of Privilege
Why Dominant Groups Do Not See Privilege as a Problem
A Taxonomy of Everyday Examples of Unearned Privilege
Social Work and Privilege
What Can We Do?
Conclusion
Critical Questions for Discussion
Further Readings
Notes
References
Index
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