The purpose of this article is to present an argument for the uptake of the online taxonomy of racism as an analytical framework for online analyses of racism to support the adoption of critical race media literacy (CRML) within social studies education. First, we provide an overview of the utility of the taxonomy of online racism. We then offer a discussion of how hashtag analysis is currently used to study racism in other fields and can be adapted for use among teacher educators, pre-service, and in-service social studies teachers. Then we present #hashtag content analysis as an exemplar for implementing the online taxonomy of racism to support social studies education research through CRMLwith implications for global contexts. Finally, we provide a call to action for critical social studies and multicultural education scholars.
Young, Jemimah; Worley, Cristina; and Young, Jamaal
"The Promise of the Taxonomy of Online Racism for Critical Race Media Literacy in Social Studies Education Research,"
The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies: Vol. 83:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://thekeep.eiu.edu/the_councilor/vol83/iss2/3