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Humor, Minstrelsy, and the Representation of African Americans in Macon's Georgia Telegraph and Georgia Citizen, 1855–1860.

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Source(s): Civil War History. Jun2022, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p1-18. 18p. 1 Chart.

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Abstract: The article discusses the role of minstrelsy and humor in how African Americans were portrayed the Macon, Georgia, newspapers the "Georgia Telegraph" and the "Georgia Citizen." It examines broad stereotypes of the perceived ignorance of African America...

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How Depressive Symptoms among African American Women Relate to Measures of Social Disorder in Her Childhood and Pregnancy Neighborhood.

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Source(s): Journal of urban health : bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine [J Urban Health] 2020 Feb; Vol. 97 (1), pp. 26-36.

Abstract: Pregnant African American women who report higher levels of social disorder (e.g., vacant housing, drug dealing) in their neighborhoods also report higher levels of depressive symptoms. The effects of social disorder in the neighborhood during childhoo...

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Marital status and living condition as predictors of mortality and readmissions among African Americans with heart failure.

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Source(s): International journal of cardiology [Int J Cardiol] 2016 Nov 01; Vol. 222, pp. 313-318. Date of Electronic Publication: 2016 Jul 30.

Abstract: Unlabelled: Socioeconomic factors, including social support, may partially explain why African Americans (AA) have the highest prevalence of heart failure and with worse outcomes compared to other races. AA are more likely to be hospitalized and readmi...

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The Last Stages of Gentrification: Washington, DC, Mayoral Elections and Housing Advocacy.

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Source(s): Social work in public health [Soc Work Public Health] 2019; Vol. 34 (1), pp. 39-60. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Mar 07.

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Abstract: For seven decades from the establishment of home rule and largely independent local government in Washington, DC, mayoral politics, as well as socioeconomic change in city life, have been substantially defined by efforts to protect housing access and t...

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Social causation and neighborhood selection underlie associations of neighborhood factors with illicit drug-using social networks and illicit drug use among adults relocated from public housing.

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Source(s): Social science & medicine (1982) [Soc Sci Med] 2017 Jul; Vol. 185, pp. 81-90. Date of Electronic Publication: 2017 May 04.

Abstract: Theories of social causation and social influence, which posit that neighborhood and social network characteristics are distal causes of substance use, are frequently used to interpret associations among neighborhood characteristics, social network cha...

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The Association between Neighborhood Disorder and Health: Exploring the Moderating Role of Genotype and Marriage.

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Source(s): International journal of environmental research and public health [Int J Environ Res Public Health] 2021 Jan 21; Vol. 18 (3). Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Jan 21.

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Abstract: The present study extends prior research on the link between neighborhood disorder and health by testing an integrated model that combines various social and biological factors. Hypotheses were tested using a sample of 325 African American women from t...

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Ante-Possession: A History of Dispossession's Present.

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Source(s): American Literary History; Fall2022, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p863-892, 30p

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Abstract: Copyright of American Literary History is the property of Oxford University Press / USA and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may...

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