Privilege, Power, and DifferenceAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2005
Allan G. Johnson is the author of Privilege, Power, and Difference, published 2005 under ISBN 9780072874891 and 0072874899. Five hundred twenty five Privilege, Power, and Difference textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred seventy used from the cheapest price of $34.79, or buy new starting at $49.77. [read more]
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Social science in the workplace. This class was informational and effective used this book to do presentations and class assignments.read more
It's a difference and if you don't acknowledged this difference in a diversified workplace you will be lost and unmanaged in life.
I wouldn't change anything. The way it was set up was great, and the way it explained things was easy to understand.read more
Very informative book. What I learned about privilege and power structures have changed my way of thinking.
Unlike the standard textbook, this book consists of different articles and excerpts about people that have struggled throughout life. If allows you to get into another person's perspective, and creates lots of controversy for an in-class discussion. By far one of the easiest textbooks to read throughout my college experience.read more
The only thing that would improve this book was if it had pictures relevant to its articles to help readers get a visual.
The book does not have anything other than words on paper so it can get boring really easily.read more
I took an intro to race and gender class in which this book was required. It was a Sociology class that was taught in a one week condensed setting.
nothing, because it was so good written and so easy to understandread more
That it went in debt on opression and priveledge, was the most interesting thing, how it went so critically into it and made me think about the issues mentioned
This book was an EXCELLENT book to read! I not only learned a lot but also because of the author's writing technique, I retained the information. It was easy and enjoyable reading!read more
No comparison! This book covered every area of the subject matter. The author was knowledgeable and informed about the subject matter in this book and now, so am I!
Johnson describes privilege, power, and difference in terms of maintaining and changing discrimination and oppression.read more
This book was required for my Social Work with Diverse Populations class.
I felt this book was very helpful, it gives a true insight on the inequalities in America and the power that the white man holds. Great book. Least helpful, I guess would be that the author is somewhat narrow minded.read more
The class that required me to use this book was PSCI 107 - Leadership, Ethics, and Democracy. This class focused a lot on the ethics in America and forms of leadership. We used this book to give us an insight on how powerful the white man can be compared to other ethnicities and genders.
Pub Date: 2005