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DEOMI 366 Tuskegee Airmen Dr. Patrick AFB, FL 32925

EOAC STUDENT GUIDE DATE: April 2012

DEOMI 366 Tuskegee Airmen Dr. Patrick AFB, FL 32925 EOAC STUDENT GUIDE DATE: April 2012 EOAC

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POWER AND PRIVILEGE

FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

DO NOT USE ON THE JOB

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LESSON EMPHASIS

RECOMMENDED READING

REFERENCES

Social Problems Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development 40

Religious privilege: How religion, religious groups, and beliefs are

privileged American Sociological Review U.S Code 42. Chapter 21, Sub-chapter 6, 200e. The power handbook: A strategic guide to organizational and personal effectiveness Peer prejudice and discrimination: The origins of prejudice . Journal of the American Statistical Association Journal of Health and Human Services Administration American Journal of Public Health Race, ethnicity, gender, and class: The sociology of group conflict and change Social Problems Uprooting racism Dialogues on whiteness, leisure and (anti) racism. 41 Peace and Freedom Organizational behavior: Emerging realities for the workplace revolution

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Clinical Psychology Review National Healthcare Disparities Report

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Reducing prejudice and discrimination. Stranger to these shores. Annual Review of Sociology Annual Review of Sociology Journal of Intergroup Relations, 5 Authentic leadership: Courage in action Webster’s tenth new collegiate dictionary

LESSON SYLLABUS

   

Performance

Sample Behaviors

Level of Learning

Measure

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STUDENT GUIDE INTRODUCTION

 
 

 
 

 
 
  • A. Definition of Power

 

powerful privileged

  • 1. Merriam-Webster definition of ower:

  • B. Types of Power

Political power: Physical power:
Political power:
Physical power:

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Social power:

Power: individual’s

 
 

 
 

Formal power

 
 

Informal power

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

Reward power

 
 

Coercive power

 

Legitimate power

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Expert power

 
 

Referent power

 
 

Information power

 

C.

The Positive and Negative Aspects of Power

 
 

 
 

 

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Dr. Terry’s Control Diamond Power Culture Institutions Resources Summary of Main Point: D. Definition of Privilege
Dr. Terry’s Control Diamond
Power
Culture
Institutions
Resources
Summary of Main Point:
D.
Definition of Privilege Authority

Privilege

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Privilege can be earned or unearned. Privilege and Authority      
Privilege can be earned or unearned.
Privilege and Authority
indirect strategy
direct strategy
ld.” T

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E. Consequences of Privilege
E.
Consequences of Privilege

always

Privilege and Social Identity

-Race/Ethnicity -

Socio-Economic Status - Gender -
Socio-Economic Status -
Gender -

Sexual Orientation -

Religion - -

Health -

societal consequences individual consequences

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Norms all normal different mal”
Norms
all
normal
different
mal”

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F.

Introducing White Privilege

 

 
 

 
 

 

White privilege

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Power Element: Culture Element:  Ethnocentric Standards: Value Orientation:  Misplacing the Problem:  Institution Element:
Power Element:
Culture Element:
Ethnocentric Standards:
Value Orientation:
 Misplacing the Problem:
Institution Element:
Resources Element:
haves have-nots

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G. Rationalizations for Retaining Privilege and Avoiding Responsibilities

Denial: .”

Minimization:

Blame: t.”

Redefinition: too.”

 

It was unintentional: s that.”

 

It’s only a few people: .”

Counterattack: .” tus.”

Competing victimization: k.”

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Strong White Ally a. Assume racism is everywhere, everyday.    b. Notice who is
Strong White Ally
a.
Assume racism is everywhere, everyday.
b.
Notice who is the center of attention and who is the center of power.
c.
Notice how racism is denied, minimized, and justified.
d.
Understand and learn from the history of Whiteness and racism.
e.
Understand the connections between racism, economic issues, sexism, and other
forms of injustice.
f.
Take a stand against injustice.
g.
Be strategic.
h.
Don’t confuse a battle with the war.

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  • i. Don’t call names or be personally abusive. over

  • j. Support the leadership of people of color.

  • k. Learn something about the history of White people who have worked for racial justice.

  • l. Don’t do it alone.

  • m. Talk with your children and other young people about racism.

H. Social Privilege and Being an Effective EOA

l.”

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  • I. Strategies an EOA Can Use to Heighten Awareness in the Military

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SUMMARY

END OF LESSON

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