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The Liberal Black Protestant Heterosexual Bourgeois Male

From W.E.B. Du Bois to Barack Obama



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The Liberal Black Protestant Heterosexual Bourgeois Male by Paul C Mocombe
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In this book, Mocombe illustrates ways that Barack Obama is the embodiment of the social identity, the liberal black Protestant heterosexual male, that contemporarily looks to serve as the bearer of ideological and linguistic domination for all folks, blacks, whites, Asians, etc., in America and world societies impacted by Western civilization. The articulation of the discourse of this identity is best represented in the work of W.E.B. Du Bois; furthermore, Obama is a paragon for Du Bois' construct. This work juxtaposes the ideals and practices of Du Bois and Obama in order to articulate the discourse and discursive practice of the soulless social identity that seeks to institute its presence in the post-enlightenment world.

Author Biography

Paul C. Mocombe is the president and CEO of The Mocombeian Foundation, Inc. and a visiting professor of sociology at Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. A social theorist interested in the application of social theory to contemporary issues such as race, class, and capitalism (globalization), Mocombe is the author of The Soul-less Souls of Black Folk: A Sociological Reconsideration of Black Consciousness as Du Boisian Double Conciousness, A Labor Approach to the Development of the Self or Modern Personality: The Case of Public Education, Education in Globalization, Mocombe's Reading Room Series, and The Mocombeian Strategy: The Reason for, and Answer to Black Failure in Capitalist Education.
Release date Australia
December 29th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
1, black & white illustrations
University Press of America
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