Affirming Diversity 7th Edition by Sonia Nieto is the perfect resource for anyone looking to better understand and appreciate cultural diversity. This book provides a comprehensive overview of diversity and its implications, including ethnicity, race, gender, sexual identity, language, and disability. It also addresses the complex social and economic realities of diversity in the classroom, workplace, and community.
- Publisher: Pearson; 7th edition
- Publication date: January 3, 2018
- Language: English
- Page length: 400 pages
- File Size: 20 MB
The 7th edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest research and current events. It examines the issues of racism, sexism, and privilege through the lens of critical pedagogy and draws from multiple sources to present a holistic view of diversity issues. The book also includes a variety of strategies to help educators and practitioners foster an inclusive learning environment.
This book is written in an accessible style, combining theoretical and empirical information with practical activities and examples. It also includes helpful study questions and reflective activities to help readers apply the material to their own experiences. With its comprehensive coverage of diversity issues, Affirming Diversity (7th Edition) by Sonia Nieto is an invaluable resource for educators, practitioners, and students alike.