African American Sociology: A Social Study of the Pan-African Diaspora / Edition 1

African American Sociology: A Social Study of the Pan-African Diaspora / Edition 1

by James L. Conyers Jr.
     
 

ISBN-10: 0830415254

ISBN-13: 9780830415250

Pub. Date: 10/28/1998

Publisher: Cengage Learning

With an interdisciplinary approach and a holistic analysis, this text examines the issues and schema of economic, social, political, historical, and policy conditions as they pertain to the social psychology of Black Americans and Africans. Each contributor offers an analysis of some significant black issue such as foreign policy, segregation, and poverty.

Overview

With an interdisciplinary approach and a holistic analysis, this text examines the issues and schema of economic, social, political, historical, and policy conditions as they pertain to the social psychology of Black Americans and Africans. Each contributor offers an analysis of some significant black issue such as foreign policy, segregation, and poverty.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780830415250
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
10/28/1998
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

PART ONE: NATIONALISM AND THE AFRICANA DIASPORA. 1. Systematic Nationalism, M.K. Asante. 2. The Black Colony Theory Revisited, F. Chapman. 3. The Cultural Philosophy of Paul Robeson, S. Stuckey. 4. Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism: A Social Study of African Americans' Participation in United States Foreign Policy Towards Africa, J. L. Conyers, Jr. 5. The Afro-American's Response to U.S. Imperialism, W.K. Katz. 6. African American Women Preachers, V. Kelly. PART TWO: SOCIAL WELFARE AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS. 7. The Ethics of Futility in Health Care, Theological, Psychological, Medical, and Social Implications, J.F. Fletcher-Cone and C. Cone. 8. Contributions of Black Theology, D. Hooks. 9. Social Work: A Cultural Perspective, A. Johnson. 10. Racially-Hostile Workplaces under Worker's Compensation, D.M. H. Lewis. 11. Social Issues of Children in Poverty, A.P. Barnett. 12. The Team Approach to Black Liberation, J.H. Schiele. PART THREE: THE AFRICAN DIASPORIC EXPERIENCE THROUGH AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND BLACK STUDIES NARRATIVES. 13. An African-Centered Analysis of W.E.B. Du Bois's "Darkwater: Voices from within the Veil" by Utilizing Molefi Kete Asante's Proposed Africalogical Framework, A.N. N. Toure. 14. The Paradox of Separate and Unequal Education: African Studies and Afro-American Studies, G. Martin and C. Young. 15. Segregation and Scholarship: The American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Negro Studies, 1941-1976, R.L. Harris. 16. Culture, Leadership, and Intellectual Thought: A Critical Examination of Selected Historical Adult Education Idealogies by African American Educators, A.P. Smallwood. 17. A Literary and Critical Analysis of the Role of HoytW. Fuller (1927-1981), "Negro Digest and Black World Magazine," during the Black Arts Movement, 1960-1976, J.E. Thompson. 18. Charles H. Wesley, African American Historiography and Black Studies: An Historical Overview, J.L. Conyers, Jr.

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