Sex Roles (2008) 58:886–888 DOI 10.1007/s11199-007-9375-1 BOOK REVIEW Practicing What You Teach: Applying the Principles of Social Justice in the Classroom Teaching and Social Justice. Integrating Multicultural and Feminist Theories in the Classroom. Edited by Carolyn Zerbe Enns and Ada L. Sinacore, Washington, DC, American Psychological Association, 2005. 257 pages, $49.95 (hardcover, ISBN 1591471672) Lynn H. Collins Published online: 4 January 2008 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2007 This book was written in the interest of increasing the process is conceptualized in the course of the discussion. understanding and awareness of multicultural and feminist Next it builds upon these perspectives by introducing theories, reconciling and respecting their differences, and diversity feminisms (postmodern, women-of-color, antira- increasing the degree to which multicultural and feminist cist, lesbian, third-wave, and global perspectives) that share content and pedagogy are used in the classroom. The book the view that second-wave feminisms pay insufficient provides clear, thorough overviews and updates on current attention to diversity issues such as race, social class, age, feminist theories. The theories are described in the context religion, sexual orientation and other categories, as well as of the historical times during which they emerged. The to the additional variations in oppression
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