Black Masculinities and Schooling: How Black Boys Survive Modern Schooling

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Trentham Books, 1997 - Education - 231 pages
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This is a book about sex and gender as much as race and racism. That these concepts are interrelated in the experience of African-Caribbean boys is demonstrated by this ethnographic study of an inner city boys' comprehensive school.

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Tony Sewell is an educational consultant and a columnist on the "Voice". His first book, "Black Masculinities and Schooling" (Trentham, 1997), was widely acclaimed.

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