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In "The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought", Patricia Collins contrasts the nature of legitimacy and experience versus knowledge and education in order to demonstrate the connection of an African American feminist identity.
In "The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought," Patricia Hill Collins connects the contrast between the legitimacy of experience vs. knowledge and education within the African American feminists' identity.
In "The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought, Patricia Hill Collins contrasts legitimacy and experience and connects it to knowledge & education to demonstrate the African American FEMINIST identity. BOOM-SHAKA-LAKA!
In "The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought", Patricia Hill Collins demonstrates that the African American feminist identity differentiates between each individual based on their personal experiences with education as well as the legitimacy of their gain in knowledge.
Patricia Hill Collins contrasts the experiences of working class black women to middle class white women in order to highlight differing feminist thought processes. -GOLD TEAM RULEZ
PHC claims that African American women are doomed by the Eurocentric knowledge validation systems of white males.
Collins adds that life experience gives a different perspective towards feminism. Additionally, she supports that with different types of work experience and/or an education, subgroups are formed within the African American community which questions the validity of women's voice.
New Super Edited Sentence: In "The Social Construction of Black Feminist Thought," Patricia Collins connects the contrast between the legitimacy of experience vs. knowledge while differentiating between each individual based on their personal experiences to demonstrate the African-American feminist identity.
Collins points out that the reality of the African American female status in the community, should be an imperative driving power in the social construction of black feminist thought.
Additionally, Collins points out that there are significant differences in the structure of the African American Feminine community that contrasts with that of white females, which contributes to the differing perspectives of the two groups.
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The reality of the Structure of African Feminism community contrasts between public and personal
Ultimately, Collins aspires to provide a new perspective on how Black feminist thought varies and divides with life, work, and educational experience.
Ultimately Collins tries to highlight the divisions amongst feminists in the African American community... I guess. OWA KTIGHTBRO
Ultimately, Collins ventures to expose the trials of African-American feminists.
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The perception and self-confidence of women is affected after being exposed to idealized beauty in the media. -GOLD TEAM/BETH/Kristen Harrison
Shelton adds that the struggle of black women in hip-hop starts first with the white-dominated record company patriarchy, one which acts to hinder the progression and choices of women in the music industry. -Marla Shelton
Gentles and Harrison argue the possibility that young African American female insecurities are influenced by the media and social expectations for the feminine form. How does Beyonce's showmanship of her body influence the social expectations, and/or affect the young African American female insecurities? - Ashley/Charles, Chapa, Gentles/Harrison
Is there a possibility of eating disorders in African American culture causing larger women to mistreat their bodies? Can a thinner African American girl turn to a more European culture and opt for body augmentations? -Gentles and Harrison
Marla Shelton would ask Aisha Durham to consider the notion of predominately white record companies in the R&B record companies. Though Durham did not touch on the subject, she would possibly disagree with Shelton’s claims of an artist like Beyoncé having struggles rising up to superstar status. Because she clearly has not gone through such struggles in a predominately white industry, Durham would claim this idea to be non-important. In fact, Durham would probably totally disagree with the claim that the industry was predominately white because of the gangsta rap movement.
Yes Shelton connects with Durham on how African American women have struggled in hip hop culture but she warns that they continue to allow themselves to be used as available sex object.
He discusses how females in the rap industry acquire credibility and legitimacy by telling stories about their lives, referencing their "gangsta" roots, and using language to attain a certain kind of power and respect. Then who was phone? -Jason Haugen
While Durham believes that "booty" is a term that has been owned in a sense by African American females as part of a cultural identity, it seems Shelton focuses more on the male dominance in the industry and the limitations that force these women to be associated with terms such as these. They might both agree that women will only gain respect in the industry by taking full control and responsibility of the image that they put out and the consequences that follow.
Durham explains that Beyonce breaks free
after getting "down with gangsters" however,
Hynes and Ravmond will argue that it is nearly impossible to break free from sex trafficking. The fact that the Durham article refers to the video as the "Hip Hop Dream World" is because it is just that: a fantasy life.