Physical Attractiveness As a Process of Internaliz..., 2004

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Title
Physical Attractiveness As a Process of Internalized Oppression and Multigenerational Transmission in African American Families.
Date
2004
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Parmer, Twinet, Department of Counseling and Special Education
Additional Contributors
Smith Arnold, Mary; Natt, Tuoanyene, Wayne State University; and Janson, Christopher, Mason Michigan High School;
Publisher
Sage Publications, Inc.
Copyright
Copyright 2004 by Sage Publications, Inc. Intellectual Property Rights owned by Parmer, Twinet, Smith Arnold, Mary, Natt (Sims), Tuoanyene, and Janson, Christopher. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
African American families -- Psychological aspects; Intergenerational communication; Oppression (Psychology); Physical-appearance-based bias; Beauty, Personal -- Psychological aspects; Body image;
Description
A study of how internalized oppression based on physical appearance is passed from generation to generation in African American families. Includes discussion of the implications for counselors in multicultural settings.
Source
Parmer, Twinet, Smith Arnold, Mary, Natt (Sims), Tuoanyene, and Janson, Christopher. "Physical Attractiveness As a Process of Internalized Oppression and Multigenerational Transmission in African American Families." The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families.12:3 (July 2004): 230-242.
Language
English
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