Power, Privilege, and Inequity: Learning Outcomes

Sharon Raz

To be approved and designated as a Diversity and Social Justice course, student learning outcomes and course content must satisfy 4 outcomes from the following three categories: Power, Privilege, Inequity (choose two), Difference (choose one), and Communication (choose one).

This chapter focuses on the Power, Privilege, and Inequity learning outcomes and includes two learning objectives that you can choose from:

  • Define and apply key terms and concepts of diversity and social justice.
  • Identify how power, privilege, and inequity are or have been reinforced and challenged at the individual, institutional, and systemic levels.
  • Identify specific ways in which individuals and social and artistic movements attempted to disrupt systems of power, privilege, and inequity.
  • Analyze and apply the ethical practice in relation to diverse communities and cultures for the promotion of equity and social justice.

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