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Running head : the neglect of black women in psychology

Author: Danai Gurira
Publisher: 2001.
Series: Honors paper Macalester College.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Black women are termed the "double minority." The field of psychology does not holistically address black women. Feminist and Black psychology do not fully include black women in their foundation--hence research on them remains scant. The small body of research on them indicates that black women experience specific psychological wounds. Black women find other paradigms to address their wounds and the specifics of  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Danai Gurira
OCLC Number: 48228823
Notes: Typescript.
Honors paper presented to Macalester College. Dept. of Psychology.
Description: 83 leaves : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Honors paper Macalester College.
Other Titles: 'Sing a black girl's song': The absence of Black women from the Psychological field and their use of theater to address psychological wounds
Responsibility: Danai Gurira.

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Black women are termed the "double minority." The field of psychology does not holistically address black women. Feminist and Black psychology do not fully include black women in their foundation--hence research on them remains scant. The small body of research on them indicates that black women experience specific psychological wounds. Black women find other paradigms to address their wounds and the specifics of their experience. They use the theatrical paradigm as a medium for discourse. This argument is illustarted through a one-woman piece performed by the researcher. Psychology must look towards other paradigms as a means of incorporating black women.

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