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American multicultural studies : diversity of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality

著者: Sherrow O Pinder
出版商: Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE Publications, ©2013.
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"American Multicultural Studies: Diversity of Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality provides an interdisciplinary view of multicultural studies in the United States, addressing a wide range of topics that continue to define and shape this area of study. This collection of essays responds to the need to open up a rich avenue for addressing current and continuing issues of race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, cultural  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Sherrow O Pinder
ISBN: 9781412998024 1412998026
OCLC号码: 780481540
描述: xxiii, 516 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
内容: Introduction: The concept and definition of American multicultural studies / Sherrow O. Pinder --
What is black in the melting pot? A critique of Afrocentrist and postmodernist discourses on blackness / Babacar M'Baye --
Multicultural rhythms: musical and racial harmony / Kulvinder Arora --
In-between languages: translingual living and writing in the United States / Paola Bohórquez --
Ableist colonizations: reframing disability in multicultural studies / Cindy LaCom --
Ontological violence and American cultural psyche: a psychoanalytic inquiry of an American cultural identity / Kevin Johnson --
The political efficacy of nonviolence in Eyes of the prize: creating activist, complicating tactics / Jennifer J. Asenas --
Transnational and transracial adoption: multiculturalism, and selective color-blindness / Jenny Heijun Wills --
Race, sex, and Hollywood: black men and white women censored / Nicole Amber Haggard --
Multiculturalism, women, and the need for a feminist analysis / Cynthia S. Bynoe and Sherrow O. Pinder --
Claiming Sarah Baartman: black womanhood in the global imaginary / Thelma Pinto --
"Assimilation in a bikini": the unveiling, reveiling, and disciplining of Rima Fakih / Mariam Esseghaier --
Sensing race and gender in contemporary postcolonial art / Mariangela Orabona --
J'ai deux amours: Josephine Baker and the duality of identity in the United States and Paris, France / Yvonne D. Sims --
The indigenous soul wounding: understanding culture, memetics, complexity, and emergence / Wendy M.K. Peters --
Triangulated threat: a model of black and Asian race relations in a context of white dominance / John Tawa, Karen L. Suyemoto, and Jesse J. Tauriac --
Rooted in our homeland: the construction of Syrian American identity / Sarah Kanbar --
Redescribing the Redskin controversy: multiculturalism, working-class Habitus, and the mascot's enduring popularity / Christopher B. Zeichmann and Nathanael P. Romero --
"I do," therefore I am: marriage as institutionalized passing / Elizabeth Renfro --
Marriage as commitment: a revisionary argument / Mara Marin --
Mut'ah as social contract / Helen Lindberg --
The absence of African American churches in the same-sex marriage battle: why not at the front lines? / Henry Zomerfeld and Kyeonghi Baek --
Multi Kontra Culti: the gypsy punk counterculture / Alan Ashton-Smith --
The power of language in the construction and representation of mixed-race identities in Nora Okja Keller's Comfort woman and Fox girl / Cynthia Lytle --
Can we? Visual rhetoric and political reality in American presidential campaigns / Jürgen Heinrichs --
Chicano visualities: a multicultural rewriting of Californian spatialities / Eduardo Barros Grela --
Rethinking speech and language impairments within fluency-dominated cultures / Nicholas Daniel Hartlep and Antonio L. Ellis --
Color-blindsided at the intersection of multicultural and integrated arts education / Teresa L. Cotner --
A comparison of teacher perceptions on and textbook references to women's representation in high school social studies textbooks / Christine Dobbins and Mark Malisa --
Multicultural studies and sexual diversity: a postmodern queer(y) for all / Sean Robinson. Theorizing issue concerning American multicultural studies --
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Sexuality --
Cultural diversity --
Education.
责任: Sherrow O. Pinder, editor.

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Presents a study of multicultural studies in the United States. This title focuses on how race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, and cultural diversity are examined and discussed in the academic field  再读一些...

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