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So you Really Want to Interview Me?: Navigating “Sensitive” Qualitative Research Interviewing
This article discusses the qualitative interviewing techniques that the authors used to conduct their respective dissertation research in Jamaica and South Carolina. (The research in Jamaica examinedExpand
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Like Father, Like Son? Reflections on Black Cultural Capital and Generational Conceptions of Work
autobiography, Born to Rebel, that his pursuit of education beyond the elementary level was delayed not only by the repressive racial social order of early 20th century South Carolina, but also byExpand
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Top Brass Polishing Other People's Brass: Evaluating Aspects of the Marred Legacy of an African American College President
Introduction "We must not allow other people's limited perceptions to define us." ~ Virginia Satir In 1952, Benner Creswill Turner submitted an update of his whereabouts for inclusion in HarvardExpand
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Putting Learning into Practice: Integrating Social Media, Crowd Learning, and #ColinKaepernick in an Introductory African American History Class
African American history is indeed a dynamic discipline that can be used as a framework to understand the present lives of African Americans as well as the broader American society. As a universityExpand
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Dawn of Desegregation: J. A. De Laine and Briggs V. Elliot
Dawn of Desegregation: J. A. De Laine and Briggs v. Elliot, by Ophelia De Laine Gona. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2010,216 pp., $29.95, paperback.Things don't just happen,Expand
After #Charlottesville: Interrogating our Racist Past in the Trump Era
In wake of the violent and deadly events in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump’s response in which he effectively defended the Neo-Nazis and Confederate monuments, it’s important that collegeExpand