Black Mask-ulinity: A Framework for Black Masculine Caring is a collection of research, narratives, essays, and conceptual works t...
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Black Mask-ulinity: A Framework for Black Masculine Caring is a collection of research, narratives, essays, and conceptual works to lay the foundation for an important emerging theoretical framework: Black Masculine Caring (BMC). Autorentext Lisa Bass is an assistant professor of education at North Carolina State University. Dr. Bass received her PhD in educational leadership and policy studies and comparative and international education from The Pennsylvania State University. Her work focuses on education reform, with an emphasis on the ethics of caring and equitable education for all students. Dr. Bass has published articles in education journals, and co-authored a book, Building Bridges from High Poverty Communities, to Schools, to Productive Citizenship: A Holistic Approach to Addressing Poverty through Exceptional Educational Leadership (Peter Lang, 2013). Klappentext Black Mask-ulinity: A Framework for Black Masculine Caring is a collection of research, narratives, essays, and conceptual works to lay the foundation for an important emerging theoretical framework: Black Masculine Caring (BMC). This framework facilitates an understanding of the teaching and leading styles of Black males, and seeks to improve the educational experiences of Black male students. This book is significant in that it builds upon feminist ethic of caring frameworks and takes readers on a journey toward understanding the ethic of caring through a masculine lens. Authors explore the experiences of caring school leaders; Black male students in need of care; Black males as caring fathers; Black males as caring spiritual leaders; and Black males as caring institutional leaders. This book is appropriate for students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in classes including the foundations of education, the sociology of education, ethics in educational leadership, teacher preparation, Black studies, and scholars seeking a deeper experience in their study of the ethics of caring. Inhalt Contents: Vanessa Siddle Walker: Foreword Lisa R. Bass: Introduction - Black Masculine Caring in Schooling Lisa R. Bass: Black Masculine Caring in Educational Leadership: Introducing a Masculine-Centered Care Framework Mark A. Gooden/Daniel D. Spikes: The Risks of Cultivating Care in an Urban High School: Exploring a Black High School Principal's Experience and His Castigation Julia Camille Ransom/ James Earl Davis: Who Cares? The Ethic of Care for Black Boys in School Floyd D. Beachum and Carlos R. McCray: Unmasking Leadership: African American Male Scholars' Reflections on Critique, Justice, and Caring Vonzell Agosto/Roderick Jones: Masking Mentorship: Critical (Race) Care among Black Males in Special Education Black Masculine Caring: In Fatherhood, Spirituality, and Historical Traditions Ty-Ron M. O. Douglas: Black Fathers as Curriculum: Adopting Sons and Advancing Progressive-Regressive Black Masculinity Paul F. Bitting: African American Men of Faith Care: The Intersection of Religion, Gender, and the Ethic of Care Robert A. Horne: Spirituality and Religion: The Foundation for Caring African American Males' Identity Amber Jones: Manhood Development and Sustainable Institutional Care: John Hope at Morehouse College Lisa R. Bass: Honoring a Pedagogy of Caring for Black Males Brian Freeland: A Reflective Essay on B(eing)-FREE: Lesson Learned from Gramp toward Transforming Mass Media Problems into Sustainable Solutions for Black Urban Youth.