White Male Privilege: An Intersectional Deconstruction
Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies
International Cultural Research Center
This research saliently deconstructs the philosophical writing of a white, privileged male by five diverse academic peers by using a methodology of deconstruction to analyze the initial author's writing. Their reflects on his nascent perspectives address the stages of racism, mea culpa, the relationship between privilege, oppression, and classism, a feminist perspective, binary, and intersectionality. Further analysis connote for the need to deconstruct privilege in a literary context and to develop an autoethnography to fully delve into privilege beyond a superficial and neglectful narrative.
Etchells, M. J., Deuermeyer, E., Liles, V. M., Meister, S., Suárez, M. I., & Chalklen, W. (2017). White male privilege: An intersectional deconstruction. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies, 4(2), 13-27.