Several recent publications from Adia Harvey Wingfield may be of interest to OOW members.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Taura Taylor. (2014.) “Entrepreneurship as Empowerment: Agency, Counterframing, and Black Business Owners’ Decision Making.” In Racism: Global Perspectives, Coping Strategies, and Social Implications. Ed.Tracey Lowell. Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Pp. 21-36.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and John Harvey Wingfield. (2014.) “When Visibility Hurts and Helps: Assessing Intersections of Race and Gender in Shaping Black Professional Men’s Experiences with Tokenism.” Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (4): 483-490.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Ranell Myles. (2014.) “Still a Man’s World? Reconsidering Men Who Do ‘Women’s Work.’” Sociology Compass 8 (10): 1206-1215.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “Crossing the Color Line: Black Professional Men’s Development of Interracial Social Networks.” Societies 4: 240-255.
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