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Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientations in Curriculum

"Understanding how race, gender, and sexual orientations are imbricated within these dialogues is important to the disruption of normalized oppression that is iterative and recursive through schools and schooling. While the examination of how race, genders, and sexual orientations are entangled through intersectional lives is an incredibly significant topic, it is also important to remember that each of these areas of study could exist as their own separate disciplines. ..." – By Boni Wozolek

Intellectual Styles

"Concerted attempts at theoretical conceptualizations have given at least some semblance of unity to disparate bodies of literature. Meanwhile, findings from tens of thousands of empirical investigations have consistently demonstrated the critical roles that styles play in many domains of human lives. ..." – Li-fang Zhang and Robert J. Sternberg

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