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Autor: Keisha Edwards Tassie
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Women of Color Navigating Mentoring Relationships

Critical Examinations
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Women of Color Navigating Mentoring Relationships explores and critically examines the opportunities and challenges presented in mentoring relationships involving women of color. Contributors to this edited collection highlight the role of race-, class-, and gender-oriented constructions in the establishment, maintenance, and dissolution of specific mentoring relationships in which women of color are engaged.
Women of Color Navigating Mentoring Relationships explores and critically examines the opportunities and challenges presented in mentoring relationships involving women of color. While all mentoring relationships are unique to the individuals involved in them, this book highlights the roles of race, class, and gender-oriented constructions in the establishment, maintenance, and dissolution of specific mentoring relationships in which women of color are engaged. This edited collection argues that traditional notions of mentoring fail to account for intersectionality and power dynamics that can have profound effects on mentoring practices, and that institutional “best practices” for mentoring do little to address the impact of constructions of “otherness” on the success (or failure) of mentoring relationships involving women of color.. Recommended for scholars of communication studies, gender studies, race studies, and for scholars pursuing a career in academia.
PrefaceKeisha Edwards TassieChapter 1: Relationships as Sites for Advancement: How African American Female Leaders Successfully Navigate Mentoring in the Workplace Creshema R. MurrayChapter 2: Co-Creating Professional Development Opportunities for Moving from “Pet” to Peer: Examining Mentoring Experiences of African American Female Graduate Students Aspiring to Become Tenure-Track ProfessorsCerise L. GlennChapter 3: “It Takes a Village to Raise a Professor”: Being Mentored and Mentoring from a Marginalized Space Tina M. HarrisChapter 4: A Story of Mentoring: From Praxis to Theory Fatima Chrifi Alaoui & Bernadette M. CalafellChapter 5: Women of Color and Mentoring: Fictional Case Portraits of a Failed Mentoring Framework Tiffany A. FlowersChapter 6: Mentoring Our Own: African American Women in Engineering Virginia Cook Tickles & Ezella McPhersonChapter 7: Beyond Student and Teacher: Recollections and Reflections on, and Critique of, Cross Cultural Mentoring Rehana Seepersad, Chaundra L. Whitehead, Keisha Hill-Grey, & Tonette S. RoccoChapter 8: Disregarding Negative Statements about the Failures of Race-Gender Mentoring Pairings: How a White Man Can Mentor a Young, Black Woman from a Bachelor’s Degree to a PhD Tia C. M. TyreeChapter 9: Mentors and Sister-Friends: The Intersection of Race, Multiplicity, and Holism with Online Social MediaCatherine Knight Steele and Jenny Ungbha KornConclusionSonja M. Brown Givens

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Autor: Keisha Edwards Tassie
ISBN-13 :: 9781498541077
ISBN: 1498541070
Verlag: Lexington Books
Seiten: 200
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Ebook