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Title Inequality, crime, and health among African American males / edited by Marino A. Bruce and Darnell F. Hawkins
Imprint Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, [2019]
©2019
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 人文社會聯圖期刊區  v.20(2019)    LIB USE ONLY    30610520077025
Edition First edition
Descript vii, 235 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series Research in race and ethnic relations ; Volume 20
Research in race and ethnic relations v. 20
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction to volume 20 / Marino A. Bruce and Darnel F. Hawkins -- A social ecological framework of inmate health: implications for black--white health disparities / Kathryn M. Nowotny -- The relationship between health, cigarette smoking and criminal justice contact among african americans / Panmela Valera, Robert Joseph Taylor and Linda M Chatters -- The sexual health of african american and white men: does former incarceration status matter? / Loren Henderson -- "Maybe it was something wrong with me": on the psychiatric pathologization of black men / Joanna Tegnerowicz -- Suicide among young african american males / Alex E. Crosby and Shane P. D. Jack -- Life under the veil: homicide in black america before, during, and after the drop in US crime / Christine Martin -- Gendered racism is a key to explaining and addressing police-involved shootings of unarmed black men in america / Jennifer A. Hartfield, Derek M. Griffith and Marino A. Bruce -- The matter of lives underneath black male skin: using theory and media to explore the case of "justifiable homicides" for black males / Keon L. Gilbert, Rashawn Ray, W. Carson Byrd, Joseph B. Richards and Odis Johnson, Jr. -- Solidarity, double consciousness, and collective emotion work: understanding negative black health outcomes resulting from systemic police terror / Louwanda Evans and Charity Clay -- Framing physicality and public safety: a study of Michael Brown and Darren Wilson / Michael Oshiro and Pamela Valera
Special issues of: Research in race and ethnic relations ; v. 20 (2019)
Lib. see: Research in race and ethnic relations ; v. 20 . HS(S)
"Imprisonment, homicide, non-lethal assault and other crime, chronic and infectious disease, substance abuse, suicide, and accidents all contribute to the much wider gap in the community-level sex ratios found among African Americans compared to those observed found among other ethnic and racial groups in the United States. This wide array of causes and correlates of African American male mortality, disability, and confinement suggests an area in need of interdisciplinary inquiry that examines the intersection between public health and public safety. Health analysts and social scientists across many disciplines have studied the disproportionately high levels of disease, disability, premature death, and exposure to the criminal justice system in African Americans communities extensively. To date, there has been little overlap between the diverse literatures even though the very same factors leading to crime and punishment among African American males often contribute to their poor physical and mental health profiles. This book addresses this omission by including chapters exploring the multifaceted dimensions of the varied disadvantages faced by African American males. Authors draw from an array of theoretical and methodological frameworks to illustrate how poor outcomes and sharp disparities among individuals and communities can be linked to the interplay of multiple factors operating at multiple levels. This volume is a useful resource for serious scholars and makers of public policy who seek to understand the causal interplay among economic and racial inequality, gender, crime, punishment, and health outcomes among all African Americans."--Page 4 of cover
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Parent Rec Research in race and ethnic relations 0195-7449. v. 20 (2019)
Subject African American men -- Social conditions
African American men -- Mental health
African American men -- Diseases
African American prisoners -- Mental health
Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- United States
African American men -- Diseases. fast (OCoLC)fst00799241
African American men -- Social conditions. fast (OCoLC)fst00799254
Discrimination in criminal justice administration. fast (OCoLC)fst00895034
United States. fast (OCoLC)fst01204155
Alt Author Bruce, Marino A. (Marino Anton), editor
Hawkins, Darnell Felix, 1946- editor
Vari Title Research in race and ethnic relations. v. 20
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