Passionate pedagogy and emotional labor: students’ responses to learning diversity from diverse instructors

@inproceedings{Schueths2013PassionatePA,
  title={Passionate pedagogy and emotional labor: students’ responses to learning diversity from diverse instructors},
  author={April M. Schueths and Tanya Gladney and Devan M. Crawford and K. L. Bass and Helen A. Moore},
  year={2013}
}
This qualitative study examines emotion themes reflected in student evaluations from required diversity courses at a predominantly white, US public university. We analyze two years of student evaluations for 29 instructors. Situated by the work of Acker, Jaggar, and Hochschild, we find contradictory themes of perceived instructional bias and the value of diversity lessons. Student evaluations result in systematic disadvantage for minority instructors that may be heightened for female… CONTINUE READING

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