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Title Living at the intersections : social identities and black collegians / edited by Terrell L. Strayhorn, the Ohio State University.

Publication Info. Charlotte, North Carolina : IAP, Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2013]

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Description 1 online resource (x, 291 pages) : illustrations.
Series Research on African American education
Research on African American education.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents ""Living at the Intersections""; ""CONTENTS""; ""Research on African American Education""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""CHAPTER 1 Introduction""; ""INTERSECTIONALITY 101""; ""WHAT�S INTERSECTIONALITY ANYWAY?""; ""SO, THEN, WHAT�S THE PURPOSE OF INTERSECTIONALITY?""; ""WHAT WE haVE ASSUMED ABOUT INTERSECTIONALITY""; ""1. Social relations and problems affecting disadvantaged populations (e.g., minorities and poor people) are complex and much of that complexity is hidden by power relations embedded in social structures, policies, and practices.""
""4. And, despite our best attempts, dimensions of inequality are not readily separable but mutually constituted and, thus, social problems, policies, and practices are not likely the result of either race, or class, or gender alone but rather the prod...""""OBJECTIVES OF THE BOOK""; ""ORGANIZATION OF THE BOOK""; ""INTENDED AUDIENCES""; ""Note""; ""References""; ""Figure 1. 2. Illustration of identity intersections.""; ""Figure 1. 1. Illustration of monocausal explanations.""; ""Figure 1. 3. Illustration of intersectional approach.""; ""CHAPTER 2 Black Students in Physics""; ""Introduction""
""Weaving the Segments of Identity""""Being Wholly One-Self""; ""There is No Place Like Home""; ""The Collegiate Context""; ""Becoming a Scientist""; ""Conclusions""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""References""; ""CHAPTER 3 Many Into One""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""1. How would our understanding of Black collegians be different if we took an intersectional approach to our study?""; ""2. If we adopted an intersectional approach to studying Black undergraduate students who were preparing for graduate school, how would this compare to our past and current approaches to studying such students?""
""3. How might we conduct intersectional research on the topic of graduate school preparation and socialization for Black college students?""""4. Believing that an intersectional approach offers new and more nuanced understandings, how would the more nuanced understandings affect existing theories, policies, and practices?""; ""Intersectionality as a Theoretical Framework""; ""SUMMARY OF THE STUDY""; ""1. What role do summer institutes play in students� perceptions of their socialization as prospective graduate students?""
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Subject African American college students -- Race identity.
African American college students -- Social conditions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author Strayhorn, Terrell L., editor, author.
Other Form: Print version: Living at the intersections. Charlotte, N.C. : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2013] 9781623961480 (DLC) 2012045814 (OCoLC)823040771
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