"Hair It Is: Examining the Experiences of Black Women with Natural Hair"
written by Tabora A. Johnson, Teiahsha Bankhead,
published by Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.2 No.1, 2014
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[7] Hair Matters: Toward Understanding Natural Black Hair Bias in the Workplace
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[8] Acceptance-enhanced behavior therapy for trichotillomania: Randomized controlled trial rationale, method, and strategies for recruiting minority participants
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[9] Colored No More: Reinventing Black Womanhood in Washington, DC by Treva B. Lindsey
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[10] 'No toques mi pelo'(don't touch my hair): decoding Afro-Cuban identity politics through hair
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[11] Salon Safety: Community-Engaged Approaches to Workplace Safety Interventions
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[12] Exploring Barriers and Motivators on the Career Paths of African American Women in Executive Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations
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[13] The Dichotomy of Power: Feminist Debates on the Body
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[14] Grandma's Hands: Memories of Hair Styling Interaction with African American Grandmothers
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[15] (Don't) let your hair down: the role model influence on black women's adoption of beauty standards
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[16] Cultural Globalisation and Its Implications for the African Woman's Hair: The Case of Ghana.
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[17] Challenging US Undergraduates' Constructions of India: Opportunities to (Re) imagine the Other
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[18] I AM My Hair, and My Hair is Me:# BlackGirlMagic in LIS
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[19] Natural Hair and the Ghanaian Woman.
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[20] Strands of Intimacy: Black Women's Narratives of Hair and Intimate Relationships with Men
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[21] “Hey Curlfriends!”: Hair Care and Self-Care Messaging on YouTube by Black Women Natural Hair Vloggers
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[22] “Going natural”: Black women's identity project shifts in hair care practices
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[23] PsychoHairapy: Using Hair as an Entry Point into Black Women's Spiritual and Mental Health
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[24] A critical cultural study of lived experiences and societal implications of the 21st century natural hair movement
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[25] Black entrepreneurship and ethnic beauty salons: possibilities forresistance in the social (re) construction of black identity
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[26] DECONSTRUCTING THE IVORIAN VESTIMENTARY TRADITIONS: NEW FASHION, CONTEMPORARY BEAUTY AND NEW IDENTITY IN MARGUERITE …
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[27] A HAIRY SITUATION: CHILD PROTECTION WORKERS EXPERIENCES PROVIDING HAIR CARE TO AFRICAN CANADIAN CHILDREN IN CARE
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[28] An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Lived Experiences and Mentoring Relationships of Black Women Student Affairs Administrators
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[29] Phenotype Discrimination And Its Effect On Mental Health: The Way We Look Matters
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[30] My crown and glory: Community, identity, culture, and Black women's concerns of hair product-related breast cancer risk
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[31] AFCON 2017 Hairstyles Fashion Identity Construction of Selected Players
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[32] Producing" Fabulous": Commodification and Ethnicity in Hair Braiding Salons
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[33] Decolonizing my hair, unshackling my curls: an autoethnography on what makes my natural hair journey a Black feminist statement
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[34] To Curl Up or Relax? That is the Question: Tenured Black Female Faculty Navigation of Black Hair Expression in Academia
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[35] TRANÇANDO HISTÓRIAS, TECENDO TRAJETÓRIAS: A CONSCIÊNCIA DIASPÓRICA EM AMERICANAH, DE CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE
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[36] Exploring Socialization Processes in Mothers' Styling of their African American Millennial Daughters' Hair
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[37] African American Personal Presentation: Psychology of Hair and Self-Perception
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[38] African American Personal Presentation Psychology of Hair and Self-Perception
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[39] Beauty as violence:'beautiful'hair and the cultural violence of identity erasure
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[40] 'They look at you like an insect that wants to be squashed': An ethnographic account of the racialized sexual spaces of Manchester's Gay Village
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[41] Da Cabeça aos Pés: Racismo e Sexismo no Ambiente Organizacional
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[42] A Foot in Two Worlds: Understanding Psychological Sense of Community Among Biracial Women
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[43] Loving blackness: Black women digital content creators and the transformative healing powers of the contemporary natural hair movement
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[44] Is it easier for her? Afro-textured hair and its effects on Black female sexuality: A mixed methods approach
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[45] Preconceito maquiado: o racismo no mundo fashionista e da beleza
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[46] Attachment tHAIRapy A Culturally Relevant Treatment Paradigm for African American Foster Youth
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[47] Hair Shame: Multigenerational Transmission of Internalized Racism in African American Women
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[48] Attachment tHAIRapy: A Culturally Relevant Treatment Paradigm for African American Foster Youth
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[49] The trope of the falling hair in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God
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[50] Self-Esteem, Hair-Esteem and Black Women with Natural Hair
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[51] Showering in Everyday Privilege: A Reflective Analysis
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