Results for: Cultural Identity
When Did Boredom Become an Emotion?
Rita Denny and Patricia Sunderland
QRCA Views, Winter 2008Download File >
Excerpted from a larger study involving participants in the US, UK, and NZ, this article suggests that the experience of boredom in the U.S. is rooted in missed opportunities for self-betterment.
"You May Not Know It, But I'm Black": White Women's Self-Identification as Black
Ethnos 62(2), 1997Download File >
This paper discusses issues of ethnic identity in the U.S., showing how White women within the African American artistic world of jazz draw upon discourses of race and ethnicity in order to construct themselves as Black.