|aThe unchosen me :|brace, gender, and identity among black women in college /|cRachelle Winkle-Wagner.
|aBaltimore :|bJohns Hopkins University Press,|cc2009.
|axi, 227 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -221) and index.
|aThe "problem" of race and gender -- The unchosen me : the intersection of opportunity, privilege, and choice -- Research across the color line : empowerment, mutual learning, and difficult decisions -- Walking in enemy territory : being black on campus -- Academic performances : between the spotlight and invisibility -- "Too white" or "too ghetto"? : the racial tug-of-war for black women -- Learning to be a "good woman" : interpreting womanhood through race -- The unchosen me and the interactions that create race and gender -- Appendix A. Participants in the study -- Appendix B. Data analysis and validation -- Appendix C. Examples of data analysis -- Appendix D. Sister circle protocol examples.
|aBlacks|xEducation (Higher)|zUnited States.
|aSex discrimination in higher education|zUnited States.
|aWomen, Black|xEducation (Higher)|zUnited States.