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African American sociology : a social study of the Pan-African diaspora

Author: James L Conyers; Alva P Barnett
Publisher: Chicago : Nelson-Hall Publishers, ©1999.
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African American sociology.
Chicago : Nelson-Hall Publishers, ©1999
(OCoLC)606489385
Online version:
African American sociology.
Chicago : Nelson-Hall Publishers, ©1999
(OCoLC)608943753
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James L Conyers; Alva P Barnett
ISBN: 0830415254 9780830415250
OCLC Number: 37854308
Description: xix, 284 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Systematic nationalism : a legitimate strategy for national selfhood / Molefi Kete Asante --
The Black colony theory revisited / Frank Chapman --
The cultural philosophy of Paul Robeson / Sterling Stuckey --
Black nationalism and Pan-Africanism : a social study of African Americans' participation in United States foreign policy towards Africa / James L. Conyers, Jr. --
The Afro-American's response to U.S. imperialism / William Loren Katz --
African American women preachers : fulfilling a mandate and a calling / Venita Kelly --
The ethics of futility in healthcare [:] theological, psychological, medical, and social implications / Juanita Fletcher-Cone and Cecil Cone --
Contributions of black theology / Dorraine Hooks --
Social work : a cultural perspective / Audreye Johnson --
Racially-hostile workplaces under worker's compensation : when race and work collide / Darryll M.H. Lewis --
Social issues of children in poverty / Alva P. Barnett --
The team approach to Black liberation / Jerome H. Schiele --
An African-centered analysis of W.E.B. DuBois's Darkwater : voices from within the veil by utilizing Molefi Kete Asante's proposed africalogical framework / Ahati N.N. Toure --
The paradox of separate and unequal : African studies and Afro-American studies / Guy Martin and Carlene Young --
Segregation and scholarship : the American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Negro Studies, 1941-1950 / Robert L. Harris --
Culture, leadership, and intellectual thought : a critical examination of selected historical adult education ideologies by African American educators / Andrew P. Smallwood --
A literary and critical analysis of the role of Hoyt W. Fuller (1927-1981), Negro digest and Black world magazine, during the Black arts movement, 1960-1976 / Julius E. Thompson --
Charles H. Wesley, African American historiography and Black studies : an historical overview / James L. Conyers, Jr.
Responsibility: editors, James L. Conyers, Alva P. Barnett.

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