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analyse rationality. Alexander notes that his definition of rationality was the ‘quality that makes action defendable against criticism’ (p. 404). In order to be rational, action must be valid rather than uncontested. This is explained further in that whoever is rational, when questioned, would present justified and valid statements or actions, to support or criticise their claims. This is called argumentation. These validity claims can be moral, cognitive and expressive. Therefore, rationality forms the structure of action, towards gaining deeper understanding. Habermas believes that rational is part of everyday speech, but this has not always been the case. Thus, Alexander states that the cultural and historical processes that contribute to rationalisation describes the movement towards communicative action. This presents a new facet of critical theory. Another branch of critical theory is critical race theory (CRT). This is an inter-disciplinary approach to studying racial oppression which is still being developed today. The foundations of this theory lies in the 1970s and 1980s America and is now established in the UK. CRT considers white people as implicated in racial domination. CRT theorists are concerned about how various dimensions of oppression work together. For example, how race and class intersect. Gillborn (2010) explores CRT and suggests that white middle class interests oppress minority groups. Gillborn explains that white supremacy is a term referring to a regime of assumptions and practices that privilege white people, which are ingrained in society and appears to be normal practice. Gillborn also introduces the term ‘interest-convergence principle’. This refers to the changes to race equality as a result of privileged white people seeing these changes as supporting their own interests. Historically, race equality is achieved through protest and so taking supportive action becomes the moral option for the interests of the privileged whites. The concept of interest-convergence is useful because it helps explain the discourses that support white supremacy. Critical pedagogy Giroux (2010) comments that critical pedagogy is an educational movement, based on the principle to help students develop an awareness of freedom, authoritarianism and to take constructive action. Simply, this concept involves the teaching and learning of students to become critical and to take action against oppressive forces. When referencing Freire, Giroux explains that pedagogy does not entail training, teaching methods, or political indoctrination but it is a political and moral practice that provides the knowledge and skills that enable students to explore how to be critical citizens while expanding and deepening their participation in a democratic >GET ANSWER