Social activist (1966-present); social worker (1976-present); sociologist (1991-present); social work educator (2003-Present). Long involved (1993-present) in seeking to apply theory of human need to enrich the theory base of social work. Simultaneously involved (1991-present) in the development of a typology of theories of oppression, mechanistic dehumanization and exploitation, in order to understand what are now known as microaggressions. Since 1999, have been developing a normative, needs-based sociological theorization of human injustice, as published in 2019 in the sociological journal Humanity and Society.
Cleveland State UniversitySocial WorkLecturer
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Doctoral Program In Social Work and Social Science
Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America
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