A Nation of Victims the Decay of American Culture

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Course Description

This course will examine the patterns and social behaviors of people who are aligning their identity and behaviors within the cultures of victimhood. The media often report single incidents as the norm and promotes victim mentalities to the general public. Social and public schools are a reflection of society and these victim excuses and labels have made their way into schools and classrooms nationwide. The historical and psychological roots of victim mentalities are explained in numerous categories to understand the various levels of implementation. Teachers will examine these victim issues and the latest research as it applies to parents and students in the classroom and school systems. Educators will learn and research this phenomenon and develop alternative perspectives for addressing the issues of victimhood. Teachers will develop lessons/activities for classroom applications that help all students become positive and self-responsible in all settings.

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3 Semester Graduate Credits

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A Nation of Victims the Decay of American Culture

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Course Objectives

  1. Educators will acquire a framework of understanding the Society of Victims, their excuses, victim speak language and the ego’s role in the no-fault, no pain society that has developed.
  2. Students will learn of the roots of Victimism and how an inadequate self-identity along with the promotion of “I Deserve” or “Not my fault” and other entitlement labels or expectations.
  3. Educators will learn how the new Civil rights Revolution has expanded and created new disorders and handicaps to claim various psychological excuses from self-responsibility.
  4. Participants will explore the politically correct victimhood cultures that presume racism, sexism, homophobia, and other discriminatory labels or accusations to intimidate others.
  5. Educators will research the issues associated with victimhood and blaming society and traditional individuals or groups that have differing social, behavioral or political philosophies.
  6. Teachers will develop lesson/unit plans or activities to be utilized in schools to help students discern between valid or false judgments and to become self-responsible and positive citizens.

Credit Hours

3 Semester Credits (post-baccalaureate professional development credit)

Course Instructor

Joseph C’de Baca MaEd.

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A Nation of Victims the Decay of American Culture

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