Economic Privilege and Protection from Consequences: How Affluence and Inequality Structure Differences in Identity, Resilience, and Self-Efficacy
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Privilege is one of the most diﬃcult concepts in multicultural scholarship. In this presentation at the Teachers College 2013 Annual Winter Roundtable at Columbia University, Dr. William Liu argues that economic privilege is about unearned beneﬁts that are dependent on a predictable system and structure of resources. Unlike aﬄuent individuals, those who are poor suﬀer from undependable systems of resources, which may translate to diﬀerent interpersonal styles and poorer economic and educational outcomes. Understanding and knowledge of economic privilege is essential for all counselors and can help guide their therapeutic work.
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