Inventing Black On Black Violence

Author: David Wilson
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815630807
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This book explores the societal construction of black-on-black - referring to the 1980s when violence among African American perpetrators and victims increased.

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Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
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2007, vol. 20, n. 2, p. 426 - 428. engl. wilson, david inventing black - on- black
violence. discourse, space, and representation. syracuse, ny: syracuse university
press 2005. XIV, 193 p. * del casino, vinccnt j. jr. 53496. 2007, vol. 8, n. 5, p. 802-
803. engl. wilson, david inventing black - on - black violence. discourse, space,
and representation. syracuse, ny: syracuse university press 2005. XIV, 193 p. *
gilmartin, mary. 53496. 2007, vol. 8, n. 5, p. 802- 803. engl. wilson, david k. the
southern ...

Rampage Violence Narratives

Author: Kathryn E. Linder
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739187511
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26. bell hooks, “Representing Whiteness in the Black Imagination,” in Cultural
Studies, eds. Larry Grossberg, et al. (New York: Routledge, 1992), 344. See also
David L. Altheide, “The Columbine Shootings and the Discourse of Fear,”
American Behavioral Scientist 52, 10 (2009): 1354–70; Altheide argues that
discourses of terrorism were used in combination with media coverage of school
shootings to legitimate the war on terror. These combined discourses served to
further “other” ...

Fear Of A Hip Hop Planet America S New Dilemma

Author: D. Marvin Jones
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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Thomas Sowell, for example, features the black family as the source through
which negative values and behaviors are transmitted. Underclass families are
marked by, “emptiness, agonies, violence and moral squalor.” Thomas Sowell, “
Tools for Rising Above Are Withheld Today,” Sun Sentinel (Ft. Lauderdale),
November 6, 2001. This story has a “principal villain”: the black male child. See
David Wilson, Inventing Black-on-Black Violence: Discourse, Space, and
Representation ...

Race Religion And Resilience In The Neoliberal Age

Author: Cedric C. Johnson
Publisher: Springer
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Winslow, Capital Crimes, 165. Ibid. Jones, Master of the Universe, 132. Painter,
Creating Black Americans, 308–309. Winslow, Capital Crimes, 145. Wilson,
Inventing Black on Black Violence, 23. Winslow, Capital Crimes, 154. Wilson,
Inventing Black on Black Violence, 25. Ibid., 26. Ibid. G. Galster and J. Daniell, “
Housing,” in Reality and Research: U.S. Urban Policy Since 1960, ed. G. Galster
(Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 1996), chap. 5, 95. Wilson, Inventing
Black on Black ...

Cities And Race

Author: David Wilson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134246307
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A slightly different form of this section and the one that follows (“The Reagan
1980s”) was published in David Wilson 2005, Inventing Black-On-Black Violence:
Discourse, Space, Representation (Syracuse: Syracuse University). It appears
here with permission from the publisher. 5. An exception to this 1980s common
practice of representing these impoverished black neighborhoods and their
populations as falling into a state of cultural and social decline was how these
elements were ...

Criminological Perspectives On Race And Crime

Author: Shaun L. Gabbidon
ISBN: 9780415953153
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... Inventing Black-on-Black Violence: Discourse, Space, and Representation,
Wilson, a geographer, who considered the nature of the discourse and the
spaces that became criminal during the 1980s and 1990s, convincingly argued
that, beginning in the early 1980s, the press in most major cities began to focus
attention on "waves of violence" in black communities. This attention produced a
new phe- nomenological term: "black-on-black violence." As his research
suggested, prior to ...

Inventing Black Women

Author: Ajuan Maria Mance
ISBN: 9781572334922
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To the young urban Blacks of the northern and West Coast cities of the United
States, the passive resistance of the civil rights movement in the South and the
images of African Americans answering violent white aggression with passivity,
songs, and prayer came across not as empowered resistance but as timid
reinforcement of the old dispensation. The young activists who would form the
Black Power movement and its artistic offshoot, the Black Arts Movement,
demanded actions and ...

Schwarze Haut Wei E Masken

Author: Frantz Fanon
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Dunndruck-Ausgabe des Klassikers der politischen Philosophie. Frantz Fanon wuchs im postkolonialen Martinique auf und arbeitete nach seinem Einsatz im Zweiten Weltkrieg als Arzt an psychiatrischen Kliniken in Frankreich und Algerien.

Feminist Periodicals

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Two Stoves, Two Refrigerators, Due Cucine: The Italian immigrant home with two
kitchens 685 Book Reviews Demonic Grounds: Black women and the
cartographies of struggle (Katherine McKittrick) reviewed by Minelle Mahtani 697
Black, ... class and ethnicity in globalized Oaxaca, 2nd Edition (Lynn Stephen)
reviewed by Patricia M. Martin 708 Inventing Black-on-Black Violence: Discourse,
space, and representation (David Wilson) reviewed by Margaret E. Farrar 710
Listening to ...