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Riassunto: In this controversial and path-breaking book, William E. Cross, Jr., presents the diversity and texture that have always been the hallmark of Black psychology. Shades of Black explodes the myth that self-hatred is the dominant theme in Black identity. With a thorough review of social scientific literature on Negro identity conducted between 1936 and 1967, Cross demonstrates that important themes of mental health and adaptive strength have been frequently overlooked by scholars, both Black and White, obsessed with proving Black pathology. He examines the Black Power Movement and critics who credit this era with a comprehensive change in Black self-esteem. Allowing for a considerable gain in group identity among Black people during this period, Cross shows how, before this, working and middle class, and even many poor Black families were able to offer their progeny a legacy of mental health and personal strength that sustained them in their struggles for political and cultural consensus.
From the Publisher: Presents the diversity that has always been the hallmark of Black psychology, exploding the myth that self-hatred is the dominant theme in Black identity
Titolo: Shades of Black: Diversity in ...
Casa editrice: Temple Univ Pr
Data di pubblicazione: 1991
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Temple Univ Pr, 1991. Condizione libro: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Codice libro della libreria GRP10178794
Descrizione libro Temple Univ Pr. Condizione libro: Good. Used books may not include access codes or one time use codes. Proven Seller with Excellent Customer Service. Choose expedited shipping and get it FAST. Codice libro della libreria GRE-E04-018
Descrizione libro Temple Univ Pr, 1991. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Codice libro della libreria P020877227594
Descrizione libro Temple Univ Pr, 1991. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 877227594