AbstractA primary tenet of a humanistic approach to sociology is that individuals do not learn in isolation. Indeed, as Marx explained, we are social animals. Humanist sociologists have long recognized that we will only create a more just world when we experience connections with other humans (Rader 2003). Yet too infrequently educators fail to consider the...
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