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Observations of Social Injustice

(adapted from Chope and Toporek, 2007)

Consider a situation in which you observed “Social Injustice” in your work as a human service professional or in general.

  1. Observation of social injustice:
  2. Consequence for the client or individual facing the injustice:
  3. Consequence for you as a provider (your feelings, reactions, and responses):
  4. The influence of your identity, power, privilege or oppression on your experience and reactions:
  5. Level of issue:
    a. Individual:
    b. Institutional:
    c. Community:
    d. Public or societal:

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