+1 (909) 375-5650
4982 Parkway Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
support@theacademicexperts.com
800-888
Assignment Questions

Structural Inequality and Diversity

I prefer this paper to be written by (jowriter63)
All references provided below are available in Questia database with whom I have membership. Should the writer need my password and user name, please let me know?

Background Objectives
My major objective is to understand the root-cause of the structural inequality with the aim to become a change agent by helping some of the third world countries revamp their education systems so that they provide equal opportunities for their children.

My paper will be organized into two chapters. Chapter one will be devoted to the root cause of the structural inequality, social stratifications and the disasters that Social Darwinism brought to humanity; especially the racial oppression against aboriginal and the black people in the United States. In chapter two I will examine the role of corporate influence in deciding the fate of our children’s education.

Goals
My goals for this KA area are in alignment with the overall course goals which are:
1. To understand the mechanisms by which systemic oppression is produced and reproduced.

2. To gain a broader understanding of various forms of oppression and structural inequality in education and/or other social systems.

3. To gain strategies for transforming inequality in education and/or other social systems.

4. To understand the experiences of oppression through the voices of those who live it.

5. To examine how structural inequality impacts our lives and work.
Learning Goals for the Overview & the In-Depth Study
My focus is to conduct comprehensive overview of the history of structural inequality to:
? Gain deeper understanding of how inequality is created and maintained in society.
? Gain a broader understanding of various forms of oppression and structural inequality in education.
? Gain strategies for transforming inequality in education.
? To understand the experiences of oppression through the voices of those who live it (example, aboriginal people).
? Examine the role of corporate influence in deciding the fate of our children’s education.
Learning Goal for the Applied Project
Since I am leading the establishment of four schools and a university in Saudi Arabia based on the Canadian education system, I will present my views on the subject of inequality to selected Saudi education leaders. This is a unique opportunity to stress the issue of the women rights in a society characterized by gender inequality.
Goal:
• Apply some of the gained strategies to inspire educational leaders to embrace change
Possible Readings

Books

A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society
Book by Phyllis Moen, Donna Dempster-Mcclain, Henry A. Walker; Cornell University Press, 1999

Unlearning the Language of Conquest
http://books.google.ca/books?id=Z2ZGB8Ow_cQC&dq=unlearning+the+language+of+conquest&pg=PP1&ots=3WH0ud2r7b&sig=-CUSEuZ3atRaWM4OUzfCgXPfiFA&prev=http://www.google.ca/search%3Fhl%3Den%26q%3DUnlearning%2Bthe%2BLanguage%2Bof%2BConquest%26meta%3D&sa=X&oi=print&ct=title&cad=one-book-with-thumbnail#PPT1,M1

Darwinism: Critical Reviews from Dublin Review, Edinburgh Review, Quarterly Review
Book by Alfred Russell Wallace, Thomas Henry Huxley, James Rowland Angell, J. Mark Baldwin, Francis Galton, Daniel N. Robinson; University Publications of America, 1977
Subjects:
Darwin, Charles–1809-1882, Evolution, Psychology, Comparative
…Darwins The Descent of Man”: A Review by John Mivart…John Mivart entitled “Darwins The Descent of Man” has been reprinted from the…and more significantly The Descent of Man 1871 , such “convulsions…

Darwin: Competition & Cooperation
Book by Ashley Montagu; Henry Schuman, 1952
Subjects:
Darwin, Charles–1809-1882, Natural Selection
…year after the publication of The Descent of Man which appeared in 1871…anywhere in his letters. Yet in The Descent of Man the idea of co-operation as…66 The Descent of Man , Chap. IV, p. 161. solitary…

Knowledge and Power in the Global Economy: Politics and the Rhetoric of School Reform
Book by David A. Gabbard; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000
Subjects:
Critical Pedagogy–United States, Curriculum Change–United States, Education–Economic Aspects–United States, Educational Change–United States, Politics And Education–United States
…Politics and the Rhetoric of School Reform Knowledge and Power in the Global Economy Politics and the Rhetoric…Gabbard David A. Knowledge and Power in the Global Economy: Politics and the Rhetoric of School Reform>/edited by…

Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools
Book by Kenneth J.Saltman, David A.Gabbard; RoutledgeFalmer, 2003
Subjects:
Commercialism In Schools–United States, Education And State–United States, Educational Sociology–United States, Militarism–United States
…corporate involvement in public schooling and higher education at multiple levels. The phrase Education as Enforcement attempts to explain these merging phenomena of militarization and corporatization as they are shaping not only…

Education, Inequality, and Social Identity
Book by Lawrence Angus; Falmer Press, 1993
Subjects:
Education–Social Aspects–Australia, Educational Equalization–Australia, Sexism In Education–Australia
Education, Inequality and Social Identity Education, Inequality and Social Identity Edited by Lawrence Angus…throw light upon particular aspects of education and inequality. Educational inequality has been a major focus of researchers…

The Struggle for Aboriginal Rights: A Documentary History
Book by Bain Attwood, Andrew Markus; Allen & Unwin, 1999

The Origin of the Inequality of the Social Classes
Book by Gunnar Landtman; Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1938

Giving Kids the Business: The Commercialization of America’s Schools
Book by Alex Molnar; Westview Press, 1996
Subjects:
Commercialism In Schools–United States, Education–United States–Marketing, Industry And Education–United States
…THE BU$INESS The Commercialization of Americas Schools Alex Molnar Westview…involvement in the reform of Americas public schools. The enthusiasm with which…improve the performance of Americas schools. The people reading such…

Journals
Evolutionary Feminism, Popular Romance, and Frank Norris’s ‘Man’s Woman.’
Journal article by Paul Civello; Studies in American Fiction, Vol. 24, 1996
Subjects:
American literature–19th century, Norris, Frank–Criticism, interpretation, etc.
…conclusions Darwin had reached in The Descent of Man, using the same evidence he…representations struggle. In The Descent of Man (1871), Darwin elaborated his…136. (2) Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to…

Border Trouble: Shifting the Line Between People and Other Animals
Journal article by Harriet Ritvo; Social Research, Vol. 62, 1995
Subjects:
Social Sciences
…Charles Darwin put it in the Descent of Man , If the anthropomorphous…sadly noted at the end of The Descent of Man , written a decade after the…1993 ). Darwin, Charles, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to…

Colonizing Our Future: The Commercial Transformation of America’s Schools
Journal article by Alex Molnar; Social Education, Vol. 64, 2000
Subjects:
Advertising media–Usage, Corporations–Moral and ethical aspects, Public relations–Usage, Public schools–Social aspects, Schools–Moral and ethical aspects, Students as consumers–Analysis
…Market Goes to School New York: Garland Publishing, 1998. Molnar, Alex. Giving Kids the Business: The Commercialization of Americas Schools. Boulder, CO: Westview/HarperCollins, 1996. Alex Molnar is a professor in the Department of Curriculum…

The Origins of Intergenerational Inequality
Journal article by Robert A. Margo; Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 65, 1998
Subjects:
Altruism–Analysis, Equality–Analysis, Income distribution–Analysis, Mulligan, Casey–Criticism, interpretation, etc., Parental Priorities and Economic Inequality (Book)–Criticism, interpretation, etc.
…cross-state, cross-region (in the U.S.), and cross-country inequality is also reviewed. Chapter 7 explores the panel study of…Mulligan infers that the rich derive consumption value from education (such as from expensive private schools). Part Three, composed…

The Basics: What’s Essential about Theory for Community Development Practice?
Journal article by Ronald J. Hustedde, Jacek Ganowicz; Journal of the Community Development Society, Vol. 33, 2002
Subjects:
Community development–Research
…theoretical frameworks: structural functionalism, conflict theory, and…modalities, conflict theory, structural functionalism, symbolic interactionism…structure is known as structural functionalism. It is also called systems…

Gender and Social Inequality: The Prevailing Significance of Race
Journal article by Doris Y. Wilkinson; Daedalus, Vol. 124, 1995

Immigration and Ethnic and Racial Inequality in the United States
Journal article by Mary C. Waters, Karl Eschbach; Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 21, 1995

Women and the Paradox of Economic Inequality in the Twentieth-Century
Journal article by Michael B. Katz, Mark J. Stern, Jamie J. Fader; Journal of Social History, Vol. 39, 2005

Loading
Previous ArticleNext Article