Title

Motivation and Meaning in Everyday Resistance by Minoritized Faculty

Published In

Journal of Diversity in Higher Education

Document Type

Citation

Publication Date

6-10-2021

Abstract

We present the motivations and meaning-making processes bolstering minoritized faculty’s daily efforts to disrupt institutional forms of oppression and imagine more equitable institutions. Through critical in-depth phenomenological interviewing (CIPI), we profile the experiences of minoritized faculty (N = 6) within the professional discipline of counselor education. Participants represented multiple racial identities, identified as cisgender men and women, and included diversity in sexual identity and ability. We utilize a critical race feminist (CRF) framework to analyze our findings and review the implications for institutional transformation.

Rights

© 2021 American Psychological Association.

DOI

10.1037/dhe0000269

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/36885

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