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Black masculinities in American social science and self-narratives of the 1960s and 1970s

Author: Aneta Dybska
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang, 2010.
Series: American studies and media (Frankfurt am Main, Germany), v. 2.
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This is a study of black masculinities produced in two distinct bodies of 1960s and 1970s texts: ethnographic accounts of black urban families and black men's self-narratives. Those seemingly incompatible genres of writing are treated on a par, as narrative spaces within which social identities are forged and negotiated. Part I of this book offers a critical analysis of social science literature since the mid- to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Aneta Dybska
ISBN: 9783631613306 363161330X
OCLC Number: 664669010
Description: 193 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. I. Social science representations. Homogenous weak black masculinity suppressed by matriarchy: Daniel P. Moynihan --
Fluid and contextual black masculinity in the public space: Ulf Hannerz --
A plurality of marginal black masculinities in the domestic space: David A. Schulz --
"Authentic" black masculinities forged under white oppression: Kenneth B. Clark --
pt. 2. Autobiographical representations. Autoethnographies of "coming up" black: Claude Brown and Dick Gregory --
From collective to individualistic masculinity: Bobby Seale --
Imprisoned masculinities: Eldridge Cleaver and George Jackson --
Conclusions: a comparative analysis.
Series Title: American studies and media (Frankfurt am Main, Germany), v. 2.
Responsibility: Aneta Dybska.
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