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On SAGE Insight: Between Colorblind and Colorconscious – Contemporary Hollywood Films and Struggles Over Racial Representation

From Journal of Black Studies Hollywood films reflect the racial order in which they are made. The sociological significance of understanding racial representations within films is highlighted in this study as it recognizes that films offer a useful site for … Continue reading

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“We who are dark . . .:” The Black community according to Black adults in America: an exploratory content analysis

From Journal of Black Psychology This paper compiles exploratory content analysis around the meaning of the Black community. The study used a sample of 60 Black adults in the mid-Atlantic United States examining responses to a single open-ended survey. From … Continue reading

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