5336-unit 4 discussion 2

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Have Privilege? Resources Website icon Discussion Participation Scoring Guide. Prepare a posting that describes your understanding of the concept of privilege using the Monahan (2014) reading and Dr. Flora's interview as points of reflection. How can the concept of White Privilege be expanded to include gender privilege, class privilege, or heterosexual privilege? Provide an example from your own experience of how a person may experience privilege based on one aspect of their identity and oppression based on another. After listening to the interview with Dr. Flora, do you think the term privilege also applies to the region where someone lives, or the language or dialect he or she speaks? Explain why or why not.

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Running head: PRIVILEGES1White privilege is an idiom for the communal liberties that typically advantage whiteinhabitants, particularly in western countries. It is experienced more by white than nonwhiteindivdiuals, living within the same opinionated, societal and financial circumstances. Accordingto Dr. Floras interview, privilege is just fraction of living prevailing ranks within a socialpecking order that is repressive. The foremost way that the idea of white privileges can beextended is by creating awareness about these privileges, allowing more people to understandthem (Osofsky, 1966). For example, in order to consider gender privilege, women need toeducate themselves and create aware of their rights, in order to bring equality to these areas ofconcern. Similarly, heterosexuals must create awareness about their own rights and continue toeducate others (Sue, & S

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