I got one hit: Diane Kelly-Riley He essentially announces that the writing privileged within classrooms and across the United States, SEAE, is controlled, maintained, and reinforced by white, middle-class hegemonic values.
He spends the first chapter creating the theoretical framework that grounds an understanding of how race is socially constructed, and how social structures within the United States have developed according to a racial divide.
There is never a moment when the concepts are so abstract and elusive that we cannot see how the complexities of race and its articulations in the United States are always already right there in every turn that we make on our college campuses and in our classrooms.
Writing assessment and race studies sub specie aeternitatis: A response to race and writing assessment. Inoue argues that such contradictions become less problematic if we consider the point of such work is to eradicate racism, not race itself.
This book might well set us on a new path in the long quest for equality. Take, for example, his agreement with Haswell that we are all implicated in racism, even as we take-up an antiracist agenda. Consistency The book is structured in a logical fashion Modularity rating: 5 The textbook is divided into chapters with individual divisions and chunks of important discussion that can be mixed throughout the course or offered as separate chapters even if the whole text is not assigned.
He also introduces a key term, "white racial habitus," which Inoue coins from various sociologists and compositionists in order to define the language practices of predominantly white, middle-class Americans.