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Hiding behind the cross: The production and enactment of black masculinity in an urban non-denominational Black Church
This qualitative dissertation is designed to understand the lived experiences of African American men and seeks to fill the gap in literature on the production and enactment of masculinity in the context of the Black Church. ...
Class construction: White working-class student identity in the new millennium
Class Construction: White Working-Class Student Identity Construction in the New Millennium explores the identity development of a group of white working-class high school students in a deindustrialized area of the Northeast. ...
Becoming citizens in the socialist market economy: Urban schooling, identities and the urban-rural experiences of migrant youth in China
This dissertation examines the urban schooling and the urban-rural experiences of poor migrant youth in China in an attempt to explore this student group's subjective understandings of the value of education, academic and ...
Latina and Black Women's Perceptions of the Dietetics Major and Profession
Racial and ethnic groups remain underrepresented in undergraduate health profession education programs and careers, such as nutrition and dietetics (Sullivan, 2004). Overwhelmingly, 82 percent of dietitians are White, three ...
Through resistance and political struggle: The academic success of Latina/o students inside a public flagship university
This qualitative study explores how Latina/os recount their experiences and successes (or lack thereof) at a flagship public university. It examines how Latina/os form their identities in relation to their notions of ...