Oppression, injustice, and authority : current events in the composition classroom
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In the spirit of postcolonialism, transnationalism, critical pedagogy and the banking concept of education, Western tradition has changed dramatically in the past decade. The American landscape, physically and metaphorically, has been altered by oppression and injustice; however, new definitions of oppression and injustice are necessary as a new generation of students exist within a more-tolerant society that must deal with issues of income inequality, racial tension, and gender identification, to name only a few. How, then, can composition react to events found in both broadcast and social ...