African-American Political Psychology: Identity, Opinion, and Action in the Post-Civil Rights Era
Tasha S. Philpot, Ismail K. White
Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 15, 2010 - Political Science - 246 pages
Introduction: Defining African-American Political Psychology - Tasha S. Philpot and Ismail K. White * Part I: The History of African-American Political Psychology Research in Two Disciplines * A Meeting of the Minds: Exploring the Intersection of Psychology, Political Science, and Black Politics - Tasha S. Philpot, Kyle Endres, and John Iadarola * The Political Science Image of the Black Mind: Politics in the Psychology of African Americans - Harwood K. McClerking and Hanes Walton, Jr. * Part II: Contemporary Issues in the Psychology of Black Identity * Beliefs in Black and White: How Race Influences Americans' Perceptions of Themselves, Their Racial Group, and Their National Group - Roy Eidelson and Mikhail Lyubansky * Feeling Different: Racial Group-Based Emotional Response to Political Events - Tasha S. Philpot, Ismail K. White, Kristin Wylie, and Ernest B. McGowen * When Race Matters and When It Doesn't: Racial Group Differences in Response to Racial Cues - Ismail K. White * One of Our Own: Black Female Candidates and the Voters Who Support Them - Tasha S. Philpot and Hanes Walton, Jr. * Race, Identity, and Candidate Support: A Test of Implicit Preference - Jas M. Sullivan * Part III: Contemporary Issues in the Psychology of Black Political Attitudes and Behavior * Religion through a Racial Lens: The Effect of Race on Religious Interpretation - Eric L. McDaniel * Some Like it Hot: Towards a Political Climate Explanation of Racial Differences in Political Interest - Ray Block, Jr. * Divide and Conquer: How Partisan Race Cues Polarize the Electorate - Vincent L. Hutchings and Nicholas A. Valentino * African-American Activists' Perceptions of Racism and Empowerment - Kenneth Foster, Sr. * Depressing the Vote: The Environmental Determinants of Turnout in African-American Precincts in the 2000 Presidential Election - Ernest B. McGowen.
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