Promises of citizenship : film recruitment of African Americans in World War II /
The first take on America's outstanding film reel appeals to African American dignity and service.
|Published:||Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, |
|Series:||Race, rhetoric, and media series.
|Online Access:||http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/roosevelt/detail.action?docID=4871517 |
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Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: ch. One Dilemma of Racial Identity
- ch. Two Military Service and Citizenship
- ch. Three Mass Media in the Twentieth Century
- ch. Four Negro Soldier as Conversion Narrative
- ch. Five Conflicting Narratives and Images
- ch. Six Military Conditions during World War II
- ch. Seven Attitudinal Barriers to Change
- ch. Eight Social Conditions for Change
- ch. Nine Influence of the Black Press
- ch. Ten Negotiation of Racial Identity
- ch. Eleven Challenge of Change in the Aftermath of World War II.