Andrews, V. L. (2003). Self-reflection and the reflected self: African american double consciousness and the social (psychological) mirror. Journal of African American Studies,7(3), 59-79.
Utilizing examples from sport and everyday interactions, the author interrogates a sample of social theories that deal with situated social activity. The goal is to continue broadening our perceptions of black knowledge of social behavior. Many African Americans resist past ways of knowing white power and control. Still others of us will continually see ourselves on stage and see bicultural scenarios through the doubleconsciousness lens.
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