From Black-ish to Blackness

@article{Sullivan2017FromBT,
  title={From Black-ish to Blackness},
  author={Jas M Sullivan and Gheni N. Platenburg},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={48},
  pages={215 - 234}
}
Prior research shows consumption of Black information affects the way people think. More specifically, it influences general racial group attitudes. However, the expectations about the amount of Black information and deeper understanding of its effect on racial identity development remain unclear. Using a unique survey data set, with large oversamples of Blacks, this article explores whether the amount of Black information consumed influences Black identity development. The findings show Black… 

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