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Selling Mexico: Race, Gender, and American Influence in Cancún, 1970-2000
Selling Mexico highlights the importance of Cancún, Mexico’s top international tourism resort, in modern Mexican history. It promotes a deeper understanding of Mexico’s social, economic, and cultural history in the late ...
The Metrosexual Man and The Strong, Black Father: Investigating the Role Masculinity Plays in Defining Social Relations between Black and White Men
I conducted a quantitative content analysis of men in the advertisements of two different lifestyle magazines, Esquire and Ebony, from 2006 to 2013, in order to explore how masculinity is a socially constructed concept, ...
Collective Memory and Racial Attitudes: The Impact of Demographics on State Attitudes of Racial Progress
This study examined how state demographics influence civil rights memory, racial difference attitudes, and attitudes about affirmative action. The demographic variables were age, race, income and poverty, education, and ...
AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALE STUDENTS: USING A CRITICAL RACE APPROACH TO EXPLORE DIVERSITY PEDAGOGY IN PUBLIC RELATIONS
The purpose of this study was to explore African American female students’ perceptions and experiences with diversity in their public relations education. Additionally, the purpose of this study was to gain insight from ...