Black American Families, 1965-1984: A Classified, Selectively Annotated Bibliography

Hardcover | October 1, 1986

byWalter Recharde Allen

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This new bibliography offers access to journal articles, books and book chapters, doctoral dissertations and masters theses, government and university reports, and other materials. It covers an extended range of topics and encompasses recent work in the social sciences and health sciences, as well as the human services profession. The bibliographic section presents more than 1,100 numbered citations arranged alphabetically by author, with entries keyed to both broad topic categories and specific subjects. A classified index, with titles, lists works by category and subject, and a key word index cross-references nearly one thousand words that appear in entry titles.

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This new bibliography offers access to journal articles, books and book chapters, doctoral dissertations and masters theses, government and university reports, and other materials. It covers an extended range of topics and encompasses recent work in the social sciences and health sciences, as well as the human services profession. The ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:511 pages, 9.46 × 6.42 × 1.66 inPublished:October 1, 1986Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313256136

ISBN - 13:9780313256134

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"This bibliography is one of the most current on black American families. It is selective rather than exhaustive, has some annotations, and is intended to fill partially a void in published literature on this subject. Journal articles, books, dissertations, theses, government documents, and university publications are included.... The bibliography [is a] very good [guide] to information on the black family.... Upper-division and graduate collections"-Choice