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Spring/Summer 2018 Book Catalog


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Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships
 Edited by James C. Wadley

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ISSN  2334-2668

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The Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships is devoted to addressing the epistemological, ontological, and social construction of sexual expression and relationships of persons within the African diaspora. The journal seeks to take into account the transhistorical substrates that subsume behavioral, affective, and cognitive functioning of persons of African descent as well as those who educate or clinically serve this important population. Quantitative, qualitative, and conceptual articles, book reviews, and letters to the editor address various cultural substrates (e.g., age, race, gender, sexual orientation/identities, ability, spirituality, etc.) that intersect or weave themselves in/out of sexual expression, romantic relationships, and/or friendships. Interdisciplinary in nature, the journal includes perspectives from a variety of fields including psychology, sociology, education, psychiatry, human development, social work, social policy, and anthropology.

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Editor's Note

Mama's Boys
Byronn Bain

Transformative Father-Son Relationships as Coping Mechanisms among Representations of Black Same-Gender-Loving Sons in American Television and Literary Narratives
Kameron J. Copeland

Their Own Received Them Not: Black LGBT Feelings of Connectedness
Juan Battle, Robert B. Peterson, Nicole Lucas, and Sheldon Applewhite

Testing the Health Belief Model among African-American Gay/Bisexual Men with Self-Efficacy and Minority-Specific Contextual Variables
Brian D. Zamboni, Isiaah Crawford, and Fred B. Bryant

Black College Women’s Reflections on Sexting during High School
Dionne P. Stephens, Brittany Boyd, and Yanet Ruvalcaba