Month: September 2003

African American Men As “Criminal and Dangerous”: Implications of Media Portrayals of Crime on the “Criminalization” of African American Men

Subject Stereotyping of Black Men – The Media Influences Description The Journal of African American Studies examines topics concerning social transformations that impact the life chances of continental Africans and the African diaspora. It publishes original research on professional and disciplinary concern issues for the social progress of […]

Ricketts in the frame

Subject Sports; Football Description Striker Michael Ricketts played through the pain barrier last night in a bid to prove his fitness ahead of Boro’s weekend clash with Bolton. Striker Michael Ricketts played through the pain barrier last night in a bid to prove his fitness ahead of Boro’s […]

Black Males’ Structural Conditions, Achievement Patterns, Normative Needs, and “Opportunities

Subject Academic Achievement Description The relations between normative developmental transitions, contextual influences, and life-stage outcomes such as academic achievement for African American males are examined. Creator Dena Phillips Swanson, Michael Cunningham and Margaret Beale Spencer Source https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0042085903256218?casa_token=jZuwOrKAiskAAAAA:JCV2_pcoOadOKgCZp92e5Br6G3RSSHSkXmcd1sXHb1cx4D0mL3Y9_EInqmmN5kUXWDadtBw8VFQ Publisher journals.sagepub.com File

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