Black Feminist Voices in Politics
In Black Feminist Voices in Politics, Evelyn M. Simien charts a course for black women’s studies in political science. Examining the simultaneous effects of race and gender on political behavior, Simien uses a national telephone survey sample of the adult African American population to discover the extent to which black women and men support black feminist tenets. At the heart of this book are answers to such questions as: How does the absence of black feminist voices impair our understanding of group consciousness? What factors make individuals more or less likely to adopt black feminist views? Are men just as likely as women to support black feminist tenets? Simien analyzes the survey data, responds to limitations of existing research, and addresses critical questions that many black academics, intellectuals, and activists have devoted significant energy to debating without much empirical evidence.
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CHARTING A COURSE FOR BLACK WOMENS STUDIES IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
FROM MARGIN TO CENTER African American Women and Black Feminist Theory
RACE TRUMPS GENDER OR VICE VERSA? Cross Pressures and Deliberate Choices
BLACK FEMINIST CONSCIOUSNESS AND ITS DETERMINANTS Factors Rooted in Experience
BLACK FEMINIST CONSCIOUSNESS RACE CONSCIOUSNESS AND BLACK POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
THE FUTURE OF FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP AND BLACK POLITICS RESEARCH
Stability and Change in Attitudes toward Black Feminism
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African American women analysis Anna Julia Cooper attitudes black church black citizens black civil rights black community black feminism black feminist consciousness black feminist tenets black male black political behavior Black Politics Study campaign coded components empirical equality and feminist factor factor analysis FATE WITH BLACK feeling thermometer female feminist priorities Frances E. W. Harper Gay and Tate gender consciousness gender equality gender role group consciousness hierarchy of interests income interaction term interlocking systems interviewer sex item asked linked fate marital status Mary Church Terrell modes of political National Black Politics NBES NBFS NBPS percent political activism political science political scientists power discontent predictors question race and gender race consciousness race identification racial racism Respondents who indicated sciousness sexism Simien social support for black survey items system blame systems of oppression tion urban residence variables Verba vote white women WOMEN CLERGY women should share women's movement women's suffrage