The functional implications of Afrocentrism
African American Studies
Afrocentricity - the placement of African values and ideals at the center of the discussion surrounding African culture, discourse, and behavior - is an important framework that has emerged over the past decade. In this timely volume, editor Janice D. Hamlet has chosen essays that illuminate various aspects of African American culture, refracted through the lens of Afrocentric thought.
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Hamlet, J. D., & Okafor, V. O. (Eds.). (1998). The functional implications of Afrocentrism. In Afrocentric visions: Studies in culture and communication (pp. 209–228). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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