Ethical Communication 4: Liberation

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Ethical Communication 4: Liberation

  1. 1. Ethical Communication Module 4: Liberation Dr Megan Poore meg@meganpoore.com
  2. 2. Overview • Ontological vocation • Awareness • Critical consciousness • Historicity • Dialogical communication
  3. 3. Paolo Freire Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1970)
  4. 4. Karl Mannheim Diagnosis of Our Time (1943)
  5. 5. Oscar Freire
  6. 6. PART I ONTOLOGICAL VOCATION
  7. 7. PART II AWARENESS
  8. 8. Karl Mannheim Diagnosis of Our Time (1943)
  9. 9. PART III CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS
  10. 10. PART IV HISTORICITY
  11. 11. |A deepened consciousness of their situation leads people to apprehend that situation as an historical reality susceptible of transformation. — Paolo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Ch 2
  12. 12. PART V DIALOGICAL COMMUNICATION
  13. 13. |Dialogue is the encounter between men, mediated by the world, in order to name the world — Paolo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Ch 3
  14. 14. |Here, no one teaches another, nor is anyone self-taught. People teach each other, mediated by the world ... — Paolo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Ch 2
  15. 15. Wrapping up
  16. 16. |To bear the burden of a greater amount of consciousness is only possible if many other things ... are changed at the same time. — Karl Mannheim, Diagnosis of Our Time, II, iii
  17. 17. You. Will. Not. Be. Racist How do you think others feel when you say that? Let’s explore the social structures that underpin racism. Let us unveil the stars. How does racism perpetuate social inequality?
  18. 18. Thanks for coming!

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