The pedagogy of the meaning of racism: reconciling a discordant discourse.

@article{Hoyt2012ThePO,
  title={The pedagogy of the meaning of racism: reconciling a discordant discourse.},
  author={Carlos Hoyt},
  journal={Social work},
  year={2012},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={
          225-34
        }
}
Racism is a term on which a great deal of discourse does and should turn in all realms of social work theory, practice, policy, and research. Because it is a concept heavily freighted with multiple and conflicting interpretations and used in a wide variety of ways, the idea and action of racism is not easy to teach or learn in a simple and straightforward manner. It is a term the meaning of which has been the subject of so much argument and mutation that its utility as a clear and reliable… 
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