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Microaggressions

A guide

Microaggressions: A Guide

What

This guide is collection of definitions and techniques for managing microaggressions with library resources to learn more

Who

People who are targets, perpetrators, and bystanders, as well as researchers, teachers and learners. Readers with valid WVU ID Login credentials can authenticate to access the content

When

Publications listed are primarily after 2016

Where

Content is available from any device with internet access and the guide is listed under Research Guides on the WVU Libraries website

Why

There is a need for shared information about microaggressions across disciplines, roles, and ranks

How

We encourage a transdisciplinary approach to gathering information

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If you have suggestion for this guide, please contact Beth Toren, Interdisciplinary, Cultural, and Film Studies Librarian at beth.toren@mail.wvu.edu