Transitions in consciousness from an African American perspective

original essays in psycho-historical context
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University Press of America , Lanham, Md
African Americans -- Psychology, United States -- Race relations -- Psychological as
StatementCarroy U. Ferguson.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 332 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18396310M
ISBN 100761827005
OCLC/WorldCa55879563

Using a model of six transitional stages in consciousness, original essays, and discourses on the symbolism of various historical events, Ferguson engages readers in an intriguing reflective process to give them a better understanding of how transitions in consciousness_from an African American perspective_are largely shaped and greatly Format: Paperback.

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Transitions in consciousness from an African American perspective: original essays in psycho-historical context.

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