"Hair It Is: Examining the Experiences of Black Women with Natural Hair"
written by Tabora A. Johnson, Teiahsha Bankhead,
published by Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.2 No.1, 2014
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[2] PsychoHairapy: Using Hair as an Entry Point into Black Women's Spiritual and Mental Health
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[3] DECONSTRUCTING THE IVORIAN VESTIMENTARY TRADITIONS: NEW FASHION, CONTEMPORARY BEAUTY AND NEW IDENTITY IN MARGUERITE …
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[4] An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Lived Experiences and Mentoring Relationships of Black Women Student Affairs Administrators
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[5] Phenotype Discrimination And Its Effect On Mental Health: The Way We Look Matters
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[6] My crown and glory: Community, identity, culture, and Black women's concerns of hair product-related breast cancer risk
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[7] AFCON 2017 Hairstyles Fashion Identity Construction of Selected Players
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[8] Producing" Fabulous": Commodification and Ethnicity in Hair Braiding Salons
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[9] Decolonizing my hair, unshackling my curls: an autoethnography on what makes my natural hair journey a Black feminist statement
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[10] To Curl Up or Relax? That is the Question: Tenured Black Female Faculty Navigation of Black Hair Expression in Academia
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[11] TRANÇANDO HISTÓRIAS, TECENDO TRAJETÓRIAS: A CONSCIÊNCIA DIASPÓRICA EM AMERICANAH, DE CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE
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[12] African American Personal Presentation: Psychology of Hair and Self-Perception
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[13] African American Personal Presentation Psychology of Hair and Self-Perception
Journal of Black Studies, 2016
[14] Beauty as violence:'beautiful'hair and the cultural violence of identity erasure
Social Identities, 2016
[15] 'They look at you like an insect that wants to be squashed': An ethnographic account of the racialized sexual spaces of Manchester's Gay Village
2016
[16] Da Cabeça aos Pés: Racismo e Sexismo no Ambiente Organizacional
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[17] A Foot in Two Worlds: Understanding Psychological Sense of Community Among Biracial Women
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[18] Loving blackness: Black women digital content creators and the transformative healing powers of the contemporary natural hair movement
2016
[19] Is it easier for her? Afro-textured hair and its effects on Black female sexuality: A mixed methods approach
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[20] Preconceito maquiado: o racismo no mundo fashionista e da beleza
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[21] Attachment tHAIRapy A Culturally Relevant Treatment Paradigm for African American Foster Youth
Journal of Black Studies, 2015
[22] Hair Shame: Multigenerational Transmission of Internalized Racism in African American Women
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[23] Attachment tHAIRapy: A Culturally Relevant Treatment Paradigm for African American Foster Youth
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[24] Self-Esteem, Hair-Esteem and Black Women with Natural Hair
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