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MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF YOUNG WOMEN IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF DOMINICAN WOMEN'S PERCEPTIONS OF BEAUTY AND BLACKNESS - Brown, India
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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], I am a Black woman. I know my roots began in Africa. No, I do not run through the streets yelling I am African-American' to proclaim my African ancestry. However, walking through the streets of America, I am reminded daily of my roots. I know that I am Black, but I am not conflicted about this unchanging, defining characteristic of myself. Not only are ethnicities so clearly divided within the social context of the United States, the history of this country also maintains clear separations between those of different ethnic backgrounds. In countries where the color lines are not so clearly divided, how do the people identify themselves? From where does their heritage come? And what role does their heritage play in their daily existence? These questions never crossed my mind until I studied in the Dominican Republic. After landing in the capital, Santo Domingo, I recall thinking to myself, "Wow, these people look like me!" but they do not identify as I do. Throughout the time I spent in Santo Domingo, I observed differences between light-skinned Dominicans and those who had dark skin. I wondered if Dominicans thought blackness is a negative thing., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 100, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, Banküberweisung, Interntationaler Versand

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[EAN: 9783639273861], Neubuch, Publisher/Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller | AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF DOMINICAN WOMEN'S PERCEPTIONS OF BEAUTY AND BLACKNESS | I am a Black woman. I know my roots began in Africa. No, I do not run through the streets yelling I am African-American' to proclaim my African ancestry. However, walking through the streets of America, I am reminded daily of my roots. I know that I am Black, but I am not conflicted about this unchanging, defining characteristic of myself. Not only are ethnicities so clearly divided within the social context of the United States, the history of this country also maintains clear separations between those of different ethnic backgrounds. In countries where the color lines are not so clearly divided, how do the people identify themselves? From where does their heritage come? And what role does their heritage play in their daily existence? These questions never crossed my mind until I studied in the Dominican Republic. After landing in the capital, Santo Domingo, I recall thinking to myself, "Wow, these people look like me!" but they do not identify as I do. Throughout the time I spent in Santo Domingo, I observed differences between light-skinned Dominicans and those who had dark skin. I wondered if Dominicans thought blackness is a negative thing. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 150 gr | 220x150x5 mm | 100 pp, [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken]

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I am a Black woman. I know my roots began in Africa. No, I do not run through the streets yelling ´I am African-American´ to proclaim my African ancestry. However, walking through the streets of America, I am reminded daily of my roots. I know that I am Black, but I am not conflicted about this unchanging, defining characteristic of myself. Not only are ethnicities so clearly divided within the social context of the United States, the history of this country also maintains clear separations between those of different ethnic backgrounds. In countries where the color lines are not so clearly divided, how do the people identify themselves? From where does their heritage come? And what role does their heritage play in their daily existence? These questions never crossed my mind until I studied in the Dominican Republic. After landing in the capital, Santo Domingo, I recall thinking to myself, ´´Wow, these people look like me!´´ but they do not identify as I do. Throughout the time I spent in Santo Domingo, I observed differences between light-skinned Dominicans and those who had dark skin. I wondered if Dominicans thought blackness is a negative thing. AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF DOMINICAN WOMEN´S PERCEPTIONS OF BEAUTY AND BLACKNESS Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, VDM

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[EAN: 9783639273861], Neubuch, [PU: VDM Verlag Jul 2010], Neuware - I am a Black woman. I know my roots began in Africa. No, I do not run through the streets yelling I am African-American' to proclaim my African ancestry. However, walking through the streets of America, I am reminded daily of my roots. I know that I am Black, but I am not conflicted about this unchanging, defining characteristic of myself. Not only are ethnicities so clearly divided within the social context of the United States, the history of this country also maintains clear separations between those of different ethnic backgrounds. In countries where the color lines are not so clearly divided, how do the people identify themselves From where does their heritage come And what role does their heritage play in their daily existence These questions never crossed my mind until I studied in the Dominican Republic. After landing in the capital, Santo Domingo, I recall thinking to myself, 'Wow, these people look like me!' but they do not identify as I do. Throughout the time I spent in Santo Domingo, I observed differences between light-skinned Dominicans and those who had dark skin. I wondered if Dominicans thought blackness is a negative thing. 100 pp. Englisch

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MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF YOUNG WOMEN IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

I am a Black woman. I know my roots began in Africa. No, I do not run through the streets yelling 'I am African-American' to proclaim my African ancestry. However, walking through the streets of America, I am reminded daily of my roots. I know that I am Black, but I am not conflicted about this unchanging, defining characteristic of myself. Not only are ethnicities so clearly divided within the social context of the United States, the history of this country also maintains clear separations between those of different ethnic backgrounds. In countries where the color lines are not so clearly divided, how do the people identify themselves? From where does their heritage come? And what role does their heritage play in their daily existence? These questions never crossed my mind until I studied in the Dominican Republic. After landing in the capital, Santo Domingo, I recall thinking to myself, "Wow, these people look like me!" but they do not identify as I do. Throughout the time I spent in Santo Domingo, I observed differences between light-skinned Dominicans and those who had dark skin. I wondered if Dominicans thought blackness is a negative thing.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639273861
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3639273869
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Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: VDM Verlag
100 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,165 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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