Table of contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Joanna Swanger: Introduction to the Work
Theoretical Approaches to Social Justice
Lawrence J. Hanks: Barriers to Truth Concerning Social Justice: Towards an Understanding of the Challenging Quest for Social Justice
Wazir Mohamed: The Limits of Western Democracy: Ethnic Politics and its Constraints for Social Justice in Post-colonial Polyethnic Societies?
Jerome Dean Mahaffey: Imaginary Leaders: Resolving the Anonymity Problem for Modern Social Activism?
John M. Davis: International Perspectives on Social Justice
Dwight G. Watson: Murder on the Bayou: The Demand for Social Justice Following the Death of José Campos Torres
Teaching About Social Justice, Poverty and Race
Randall E. Osborne and Paul Kriese: Sociocentric Social Justice: Moving From “I’m Right” to “We’re Connected”
Karon LeCompte and Stephanie Sefcik: Navigating New Worlds of Social Justice in Teacher Education
Margaret A. Syverson: Social Justice and Evidence-Based Assessment With the Learning Record
Marilyn D. Moore: Bearing the Burden: Will the Elite be America’s Only College Educated?
Kevin D. Blair: Developing an Understanding of Best Practices for Teaching Undergraduate Students about Poverty
Practical Applications of Knowledge About Social Justice, Poverty and Race
Joanna Zubrzycki: Social Justice and the Integration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Worldviews in Australian Social Work Practice and Education
Sabry Shehata: Can GMO Solve World Hunger?
Elvinet S. Wilson: Reconceptualizing the Story of U.S. Cultural Adaptation?
Cecilia Giusti: Poverty, Immigration and Latinos in U.S. Texas Colonias
John E. Valdez: Victory in the Fields: César Chavez’s Quest for Dignity and Social Justice for Farm Workers Through Non-Violence and Spiritual Power
Paul Gomberg: Conclusion to the Work
About the Authors