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Jackson, Ronald L., 1970-
Masculinity in the Black imagination : politics of communicating race and manhood / Ronald L. Jackson II, Mark C. Hopson
Alternate Title Politics of communicating race and manhood
New York : Peter Lang, c2011
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 3rd Floor  E185.86 .J333 2011    DUE 08-29-14 OFF CAMPUS
Subject(s) African American men -- Social conditions
African American men -- Psychology
Masculinity -- Political aspects -- United States
African Americans -- Race identity
African Americans -- Communication
Group identity -- United States
Communication and culture -- United States
Physical Description x, 243 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The view from abroad: race, gender and politics / Robert Staples -- "Am I not a man and a brother?" Analyzing the complexities of Black "Greek" masculine identity / Matthew W. Hughey and Gregory S. Parks -- How to become a 'BlackMan': exploring African American masculinities and the performance of gender / Kimberly J. Chandler -- "Are you in the brotherhood?" Humor, Black masculinity, and queer identity on prime-time television / Mika'il Abdullah Petin -- FLAAAAVOOOR--FLAAAV: comic relief or super-coon? / Shannon B.S. Campbell and Steven S. Giannino -- "Class, meet race": a critical re-scripting of the Black body through ghetto and bourgeois characters in American films / Toniesha L. Taylor and Amber Johnson -- Still subscribing to stereotypes: constructions of Black masculinity in popular magazines / Katrina E. Bell-Jordan -- Scripting the Black male athlete: Donovan McNabb and the double bind of Black masculinity / Timothy J. Brown -- Bearing witness and paying mind: (re)defining the meanings of Black male success / Rachel Griffin -- Black man, Black boy: an auto-ethnographic exploration of the issues associated with Black men raising Black boys / Rex L. Crawley -- "Where my citizens at?" The criminalization of Black manhood in contemporary America / Christopher Davis -- Letter to my sons: a Black father's ruminations on Black manhood and identity / Baruti N. Kopano -- Exploring intercultural sensitivity and Black manhood development in The autobiography of Malcolm X / Mark C. Hopson
Series Black studies & critical thinking ; v. 16
Alternate Author Hopson, Mark C., 1967-

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