Using phenomenology and critical whiteness to understand the experiences of white college-student social-justice allies and their interactions and relationships with anti-inclusive family and friends
This qualitative dissertation explored the research question, "How do white college-student social-justice allies describe their interactions and relationships with anti-inclusive family and friends?" The data were collected from 12 white college-student social-justice allies at a predominantly white institution in the western part of the United States with a student population over 30,000. The study exposed several important findings, organized under four themes, including: More Concern than Promise (the participants regularly experienced anti-inclusive interactions), Identities Beyond Being ...
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