Hilton, A. A., & Wood, L. J. (2013). Moral choices: Towards a conceptual model of black male moral development (BMMD). Western Journal of Black Studies, 37(1), 14-27.
This article explores moral identity and development with a focus on the intersection of race and gender. The authors’ address this purpose by: a) discussing morality and related concepts; b) examining foundational literature on moral identity development; c) identifying unique considerations for Black morality; d) understanding Black Identity in relation to moral concepts; e) examining Black male gender-roles in relation to morality and moral depictions of Black males; and f) proposing a conceptual model of Black male moral identity development. Overall, this article negates Eurocentric conceptions of morality by illustrating the importance of Black community values of collectivity and agency.
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