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Teaching as a Southern in the North: A Note on Supremacism

Behravesh, Maysam LU (2016) In e-International Relations (e-IR)
Abstract
Such types of violence seem to emanate from what I would call supremacist resentment, which is driven by the perceived superiority of a given race, ethnicity or nationality over another and which motivates attempts to sabotage “subaltern” success or hinder a supposedly inferior subject from climbing up the social-institutional ladder.
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Teaching, Global South, Global North, Supremacism, Supremacist Resentment, Nationality-Ethnicity Bias, Minority, Migration, Subaltern, Gender Bias, Superior, Inferior
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  author       = {Behravesh, Maysam},
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  month        = {08},
  series       = {e-International Relations (e-IR)},
  title        = {Teaching as a Southern in the North: A Note on Supremacism},
  year         = {2016},
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