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F rantz F anon and Colonialism: A Psychology of O ppression

  title={F rantz F anon and Colonialism: A Psychology of O ppression},
  author={Blake T. Hilton},
  • Blake T. Hilton
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • providing a cogent route to the application of Fanon’s theories.  This article provides a breviloquent biography of Fanon’s life to afford insight to the development of his theories, and furnishes a review of his relevant literature. In an attempt to unveil the guises of oppression endured by the Native American, an historical account of distinctive illustrations of Native American oppression is conjointly incorporated. Based on Fanon’s theories, the etiology of several mental illnesses present… CONTINUE READING
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