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Anxiety and learning

Cultural polarisation in social science courses

Jose Leonardo Santos

's analysis places them within a process of being de-cultured, deracinated, beset by a loss of meaning that constitutes a moral threat. The social science focus on race, class, gender and identity is likely to trigger such sentiments. Most professors recognise

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The irony of an ‘international faculty’

Reflections on the diversity and inclusion discourse in predominantly White institutions in the United States

Chenyu Wang

of racial meaning to a previously racially unclassified relationship, social practice, or group’ ( 2014: 111 ) to interpret the working experience of foreign-born faculty of colour. Different from other theoretical approaches to race, such as critical

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Penny Welch and Susan Wright

were all a reflection of wider social, political and ideological divisions, particularly when core issues in the social sciences, namely race, class, gender and identity, were under discussion. The professors aimed to reduce student anxiety by various

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Enacting inclusivity in the preparation of emerging scholars

A response to programme reform in higher education

Saran Stewart, Chayla Haynes, and Kristin Deal

goals and learning objectives with the new programme mission. Moreover, teaching methods and learning activities were also rethought to prompt HED students to interrogate the course material through the lenses of ‘power, inequality, race, ethnicity

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Encounters with borders

A migrant academic's experiences of the visa regime in the Global North

Priya Dixit

focus on the processes of surveillance and categorisation prior to getting to the airport, processes that centre race and affect Global South academic mobilities. The article is organised as follows: 1 The next section briefly discusses race and

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Andrew A. Szarejko

about the current questions of race, identity and social justice that students so often want to discuss ( Bunte 2019 ; Towler et al. 2020 ). In other words, a seemingly familiar history can be used to expose students to a broader range of actors than

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Steven Roberts and Karla Elliott

class, race and ethnicity, and other issues of power” ( Connell 2000: 26 ). We contend that much CSMM scholarship has misunderstood, or been inattentive to, “the connections between the differences and hierarchies among men” that Connell (2000: 23

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Flipping the classroom

Students’ perceptions from an introductory sociology course

Ann Ward, Aja Antoine, and Wendy Cadge

been shaped by the cultures in which you were raised and how your experiences compare to someone who was raised in different cultural contexts. #4 Present and analyse data about inequalities based on gender, race, class and sexuality in the

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Transculturality in higher education

Supporting students’ experiences through praxis

Heidi A. Smith

they shared the same race as local students. The cultural shift and emergence of neo-nationalism in Western Europe, and across the globe, emphasises the changing space that is Europe. Living in a globalised world requires humans to learn how to work

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Sam Pryke

shown on the screen at the front of the teaching room. The question posed can be individual or group. A question directed to a specified group is termed a ‘Space Race’ in Socrative speak. Finally, the teacher can decide whether the class results are