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Booty Call: Sex, Violence, and Images of Black Masculinity

Patricia Hill Collins explores how the media puts together images of Black masculinity.
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Jowette Brown-Holmes

on 19 October 2012

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Transcript of Booty Call: Sex, Violence, and Images of Black Masculinity

Patrica Hill Collins Booty Call: Sex, Violence, and Images of Black Masculinity The "Booty Call" Part One of the Investigation:
"Athletes and Criminals Images of Working-Class Black Men" The Investigation Part One continued... So, how do media images of Black masculinity fit within the new racism? Group Seminar:
Janet Bailey
LaQuita Blackmon
Julian Abbot
Jowette Brown-Holmes Our presentation involves an examination of sex, violence and other images of Black masculinity. Where does Black masculinity fit in? What did Collins say about Black men as they enter the world of sports? HINT: Think about how their bodies are used in the media. Are their minds of any importance, why or why not? Conclusion for Investigation Part One:
Sex, Violence and Other Images: Sex: Hyper sexuality, homophobia, "prison bitches," prison rapes, Black men on the "DL"(down low) Violence: Hyper masculinity which results in incarceration
Hip Hop gangstas, drug elements and persona
"Violent masculinity is an enduring symbol of American manhood itself. Manhood is all about conquering violence."-Dyson Investigation Part Two: "Sissies and Sidekicks: Images of Middle Class Black Men" "The Side-kick" Black masculinity in service of whites How does Carlton's and/or Bill Cosby's character, HeathCliff Huxtable, portray the image of the Black buddy? What characteristics did Collins mention help create the
Black buddy?
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