Gendered Racism and the Moderating Influence of Racial Identity: Implications for African American Women’s Well-Being

Intersectionality theory has been put forth to explain how gender and race dually impact and act upon African American women (e.g., Settles, 2006; Thomas et al., 2008). Although there is a growing body of literature on the negative effect that perceived racism has on Black/African Americans well-bei...

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Main Author: Williams, Justin L.
Format: Others
Published: ScholarWorks @ Georgia State University 2015
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