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【澳洲毒贩被处决 墨讲师因歧视印尼学生道歉】Lecturer apologises for suggesting Indonesian students should leave his class after Bali Nine executions  

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【澳洲毒贩被处决 墨讲师因歧视印尼学生道歉】Lecturer apologises for suggesting Indonesian students should leave his class after Bali Nine executions - 坐看落花 - 我的似水流年

 
 
A Melbourne university lecturer who has written about stereotyping and discrimination has apologised for questioning whether Indonesian students should be allowed to attend his class in the wake of the execution of the Bali Nine ringleaders.

Swinburne University's Dr Julian Oldmeadow made the comments in a psychology class yesterday, Melbourne radio station 3AW reports.

One of Dr Oldmeadow's students, only identified as Jennifer, said the remarks made her feel "really shocked, quite disgusted" and "really uncomfortable".

"He went on to say, as a form of personal protest against what has happened 'I was planning to ask any Indonesian students to leave the class'," Jennifer said.

"I wanted to leave but the whole awkwardness of the whole thing, I just sat there thinking ‘oh my God how awful’."

 

Dr Oldmeadow has apologised for the comments but denied that he asked any students to leave.

He said he felt "physically ill" about the executions and "wanted to make a political comment" but in his "grief" made "the wrong choice".

"Indonesian students should not be treated any differently," he later said.

"We don’t hold them in any way responsible."

April 30, 2015: Director of the National Portrait Gallery, Angus Trumble, has explained to Ben Fordham why a portrait of Indonesian President Joko Widodo has been taken down in the wake of the Bali Nine executions.

Dr Oldmeadow has previously authored a number of articles on stereotyping and discrimination.

In 2010 he wrote a book titled Social status and the pursuit of positive social identity: Systematic domains of intergroup differentiation and discrimination for high-and low-status groups.

Swinburne head of corporate affairs Andrew Dempster said the university takes student complaints "very seriously" and will formally investigate the incident.


Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/05/01/09/02/lecturer-apologises-for-suggesting-indonesian-students-should-be-banned-from-his-class#aMWP2p4jLC0qTsos.99

 

 

今日墨尔本讯 澳洲东部时间5月1日 一所墨尔本大学一名讲师最近遭到炮轰,近日闹的沸沸扬扬的澳籍毒贩被印尼处死后,他质疑印尼学生是否应该到他的课堂上听课。

根据3AW的报道,Swinburne大学Julian Oldmeadow博士昨日在一堂心理学课上作出了上述言论。

Oldmeadow博士一名化名为Jennifer的学生表示,他的言论令她感到“分外震惊,十分反感”以及“十分不适”。


(图片来源:澳洲每日邮报)

“他后来接着说,作为一种形式的个人抗议,他打算让所有印尼学生离开他的课堂。”

“当时我就想离开,因为太尴尬了,我只是坐在那想着‘天哪怎么会这样’。”

Oldmeadow博士随后关于该言论作出道歉,但是他否认让学生离开他的课堂。

他称,对澳籍毒贩被处决让他感觉“很不舒服”,于是想要“作出关于政治方面的评论”,但他的“痛苦”作出了“错误的选择”。

他随后表示:“印尼学生不应该被区别对待。他们不应该为此事负责。”

Oldmeadow博士此前还撰写过许多关于成见和歧视的文章。

Swinburne大学校务主管Andrew Dempster称,学校对学生的投诉“非常在意”,并将正式对此事进行调查。

(Celia)

原文链接: http://www.sydneytoday.com/n/bencandy.php?fid=20&id=211947#ixzz3Yr0y9pMH

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