Police as “Helpers”: Social Studies Content Standards and Dominant Narratives of Law Enforcement:

Published on Sep 3, 2021in Educational Researcher4.854
· DOI :10.3102/0013189X211045073
Suneal Kolluri1
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(SDSU: San Diego State University),
Kimberly Young1
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(UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)
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Abstract
Curricular standards have the potential to elevate dominant ideology at the expense of marginalized perspectives. Recently, dominant narratives of police as a community benefit have been passionate...
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