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of Domination How Capitalism Works Capitalism and Class Capitalism, Difference, and Privilege: Race and Gender The Matrix of Domination and . MAPPING DIFFERENCE: \>\iHO ARE WE? Privilege, Oppression, and Difference. FIGURE 1. The Diversity Wheel. From Workforce America by M. Loden. Chapter 2 - Privilege, Oppression and Difference by Tasha Blanco on Prezi Vesta. Age: 29. My massages are "Full Body Massages" with "Happy Endings" unless you specify otherwise!Come and see me so I can give you a very sensual and erotic naked massage What was it like not to be in the circle? The center of the wheel represents internal dimensions that are usually most permanent or visible. The outside of the wheel represents dimensions that are acquired and change over the course of a lifetime. The combinations of all of these dimensions influence our values, beliefs, behaviors, experiences and expectations Missing: domination. Athena. Age: 18. Outcalls : Bern, Switzerland, International Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power and Privilege Feb 10, - Sociologis t Patricia Hill Collins coined the term "Matrix of Domination" to describe the way the specific forms of privileges fit into a larger system. The example. Oct 20, - Chapter 2 - Privilege, Oppression and Difference Summary Mapping Difference: Who Are We? • “The Diversity Wheel” was developed by Marilyn Loaden and Judy Rosener • Doesn't say much about the unique individual • Says a lot about the social reality that shapes everyone's lives in powerful ways. Marilyn. Age: 21. Head Games? No thank you Privilege. 3. Oppression. 4. Race. 5. Ethnicity. 6. Identity. 7. Gender. 8. Sexual Orientation. 9. Class a. A social identity used interchangeably with biological sex in a system . BALANCING POWER. Using racial justice as an example of balancing power: Racial Justice ≠ diversity. Diversity = variety. Racial Justice ≠ Equality. The “Dimensions of Diversity” wheel shows the complexity of the diversity filters through which all of us process stimuli and information. That in turn leads to the assumptions that we make (usually about the behaviors of other people), which ultimately drive our own behaviors, which in turn have an impact on imould.infog: privilege domination. oppression can mean to crush or burden, or subject a person to a cruel form of domination. The word oppression can also In order to change one's status, attendees in diversity education are taught there are two ways to accomplish it: enhance one's own power, or decrease the other's power. To enhance one's own power.