Recognising and Counteracting Microaggressions against students from working-class and low socioeconomic backgrounds

Recognising and Counteracting Microaggressions against students from working-class and low socioeconomic backgrounds

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This resource is intended to help you to:

  • Understand what a microaggression is
  • Understand the effect of microaggressions on student wellbeing and participation
  • Identify common forms of microaggression experienced by students from low socioeconomic backgrounds/working class
  • Learn some practical ways to counteract microaggressions and create an inclusive environment for all students
  • Find further reading and resources

This resource was created through a combination of existing research and interviews with students identifying as working class/low socioeconomic status at the University of Edinburgh.

Recognising and Counteracting Microaggressions against students from working-class and low socioeconomic backgrounds

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