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you a stone freak in yo own skin: Missy Elliott's and Lil' Kim's Constructions of Black Womanhood
Unformatted Document Text:  Black Womanhood 29 References Barongan, C. and Hall, G. C. N. (1995). "The influence of misogynous rap music on sexual aggression against women." Psychology of Women Quarterly 19(2): 195-207. Berger, J. (1972). Ways of seeing. London: Penguin Books. Berlant, L. (1993). "National brands/national body: Imitation of Life." In B. Robbins (ed.), The phantom public sphere (pp. 173-208). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Bobo, J. (1995). Black women as cultural readers. New York: Columbia University Press. Butler, J. (1993). Bodies that matter: On the discursive limits of "sex." New York: Routledge. Collins, P. H. (2000). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment (2 nd ed.). New York: Routledge. Dates, J.L. and Barlow, W. (Eds.). (1993). Split image: African Americans in the mass media. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press. Dixon, T. L. and Linz, D. G. (1997). "Obscenity law and sexually explicit rap music: Understanding the effects of sex, attitudes, and beliefs." Journal of Applied Communication Research 25( ): 217-241. Durham, M. G. (1999). "Girls, media, and the negotiation of sexuality: A study of race, class, and gender in adolescent peer groups." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76(2): 193-216. Fischoff, S. P. (1999). "Gangsta’ rap and a murder in Bakersfield." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 29(4): 795-805. Fried, C. B. (1999). "Who’s afraid of rap: Differential reactions to music lyrics." Journal of Applied Social Psychological 29(4): 705-721. Jhally, S. and Lewis, J. (1992). Enlightened racism: The Cosby Show, audiences and the myth of the American dream. Boulder: Westveiw Press. Johnson, J. D., Adams, M. S., et al. (1995). "Differential gender effects of exposure to rap music on African American adolescents’ acceptance of teen dating violence." Sex Roles 33(7-8): 597-605.

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Black Womanhood 29
References
Barongan, C. and Hall, G. C. N. (1995). "The influence of misogynous rap music on
sexual aggression against women." Psychology of Women Quarterly 19(2): 195-
207.

Berger, J. (1972). Ways of seeing. London: Penguin Books.

Berlant, L. (1993). "National brands/national body: Imitation of Life." In B. Robbins
(ed.), The phantom public sphere (pp. 173-208). Minneapolis: University of
Minnesota Press.

Bobo, J. (1995). Black women as cultural readers. New York: Columbia University
Press.

Butler, J. (1993). Bodies that matter: On the discursive limits of "sex." New York:
Routledge.

Collins, P. H. (2000). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics
of empowerment (2
nd
ed.). New York: Routledge.

Dates, J.L. and Barlow, W. (Eds.). (1993). Split image: African Americans in the mass
media. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press.

Dixon, T. L. and Linz, D. G. (1997). "Obscenity law and sexually explicit rap music:
Understanding the effects of sex, attitudes, and beliefs." Journal of Applied
Communication Research 25
( ): 217-241.

Durham, M. G. (1999). "Girls, media, and the negotiation of sexuality: A study of race,
class, and gender in adolescent peer groups." Journalism and Mass
Communication Quarterly 76
(2): 193-216.

Fischoff, S. P. (1999). "Gangsta’ rap and a murder in Bakersfield." Journal of Applied
Social Psychology 29(4): 795-805.

Fried, C. B. (1999). "Who’s afraid of rap: Differential reactions to music lyrics." Journal
of Applied Social Psychological 29(4): 705-721.

Jhally, S. and Lewis, J. (1992). Enlightened racism: The Cosby Show, audiences and the
myth of the American dream. Boulder: Westveiw Press.

Johnson, J. D., Adams, M. S., et al. (1995). "Differential gender effects of exposure to
rap music on African American adolescents’ acceptance of teen dating violence."
Sex Roles 33(7-8): 597-605.


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