Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Beginnings 3. An Opposing View: The Black Construction of Social Reality 4. Contemporary Black Male Images: A One-Sided View 5. Cool Pose, Rap, Hip-Hop, and the Black Aesthetic 6. Masculine Alternatives: The African-American Perspective 7. The Black Male: Major Psychological Challenges 8. Biographical Memoirs I: Boyz 'n the Hood: The Macho Identity 9. Biographical Memoirs II: Searchers and Achievers 10. The Influence of the Family 11. The Role of the Peer Group 12. Neighborhood Influences 13. Fatherhood, Manhood Training, and Education 14. High-Risk Youth, Rehabilitation, and Extending Outreach 15. What Next? Confronting Racism
Joseph L. White is Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine and the recipient of the 1994 Citation of Achievement in Psychology and Community Service from President Bill Clinton. James H. Cones III works at the University of California, Irvine, where he is Lecturer in Psychology and African American Studies and Clinical Services Director and Assistant Director of the Counseling Center. He is also Lecturer in Women's Studies and African American Studies at UCLA.
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