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Prejudice

Refers to prejudgementm or forming an opinion before becoming aware of the relevant facts of a case.

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Discrimination

Refers to the prejudicial treatment of an individual based on their actual or perceived membership in a certain group or category.

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Colonialism

Refers to both the formal and informal methods that maintain the subjugation, or exploitation of indigenous peoples, lands, and resources.

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Oppression

Refers to the excersize of authority or power in a burdonsome, cruel, or unjust manner.

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Ally

Refers to a person who is a member of the dominant group, who works to end oppression in his or her own personal and professional life by supporting and advocating with the oppressed population.

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Being in Solidarity

Comparing factors that foster or impede an individual's capacity to move from a bystander to a moral actor.

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Theoretical framework for opprression, bystanders, and allies was developed by ___.

Bauman in 2003.

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What does Bauman's Theory state?

Individuals who cause harm to others are able to do what they do because people stand by. They depend on bystanders. The reason we stand by is denial; we try to rationalize inaction.

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Denial is a _ stage process.

2.

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Who came up with the Denial Theory?

Cohen in 2011.

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Who came up with the Cognitive Dissonance Theory?

Festinger in 1957.

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Cognitive Dissonance Theory

Two contrasting beliefs at once, can stop you from taking action.

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Who came up with the Intersectionality Theory?

Crenshaw in 1991.

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Intersectionality Theorry

Deals with identities and social groups, inequalities.

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Foucaldian Theory

Developed in 1975, dominant discourse becomes our common belief system. If the alternate discourse is circulated enough in society, the alternate discourse can become a part of our way of thinking.

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Two Spirit Teaching

A healthy society is a circle- in Cree, there are no words for male and female. Being in solidarity with seemingly similar peoples.

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Critical Mass

Tipping point of when alternate discourse becomes part of our ways of thinking.

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We are infliuenced by:

Context/location, identitiies, dominant discourse, and alternate truths.

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Intersecting of identities create spaces of ___ and ___, as well as spaces of ___ and ___.

Domination and privilege, subjugation and vulnerability.

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Example of Bauman's Fostering Factors

Indigenous space + privelege/power = moral actor.

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Example of Bauman's Impeding Factors

LGBTQ space + vulnerability/sunjugation = bystander.

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Cognitive dissonance does not account for when occupying spaces of ___, and only works for the role of allies who occupy spaces of ___.

Subjugation, privelege.

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Human rights are guaranteed by:

International Declaration of Human and Indigenous Rights.

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Hiearchies exist with:

Race, gender, sexuality, social class, religion, intelligence.

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Hierachies can be used to justfy:

Colonialism, eugenics, slave trade, Holocaust, and stop and frisk.

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Research illustrates that there are ___, not ___.

Spectrums, not binaries.