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The American Journal of Community Psychology special issue onthis topic (June 2006, v. 37, nos. 3-4) provides narratives ofcommunity diversity dilemmas. For students at all levels, thesestories offer realistic, engaging illustrations of challengesinvolving human diversity and organizational, community andmacrosystem forces. Its summary article, “Listening toDiversity Stories”, by Shelly Harrell and Meg Bond (pp.365-376), provides a conceptual scheme that is an excellentresource for analyzing stories and organizing student learning. Youcan read one approach to using this issue as a class assignmentwith undergraduates (by Jim Dalton) here, but we encourage you toread the special issue, with its summary conceptual article, anddevise your own assignments.
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