Self Analysis: Looking for normative narrative of classism

Photo Credit: KLGreenNYC Flickr via Compfight cc   Today, I am going to analyze few stories in accordance to normative narratives as well as counter disruption of those normative narratives. I would mainly focus on norms of socio-economic status or classism. As stated in book ‘Is every one really equal’ by Ozlem Sensoy and Robin … More Self Analysis: Looking for normative narrative of classism

Reading Response 2 :

‘Racism and Whiteness go hand in hand’. This statement act as a disturbing factor especially when it comes from a coloured perspective. Colour has never played an important role in our society. Thereby, their experiences and problems remain in silence among whiteness. Firstly, the problem lies in unacceptance and unacknowledgement from white people. Also, because … More Reading Response 2 :

Self Story 3: How can uniformity portrays an economic status?

It was a usual bright sunny morning 6am. My mom’s morning routine was to make me ready for my school. I was 10 years old. An auto-rickshaw was about to come for a pickup. So, she had ironed my uniform perfectly, did my hair precisely and polished my shoes neatly. Like always, school uniform seemed … More Self Story 3: How can uniformity portrays an economic status?