Irving, M. A., & Hudley, C. (2008). Cultural Identification and Academic Achievement Among African American Males. Journal of Advanced Academics, 19(4), 676.
This paper is based on interview data provided by 230 black males in America. Three important concepts—emasculation, dehumanization, and inferioritization are used in this work to characterize the outcome of the socialization process for black males. The theoretical orientation includes the structural-functional relationship of the socialization process to the larger society; with the primary emphasis on self-esteem. Early family life socialization does not produce significant differences in interpretations of self and the world in later life.
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