E. Franklin Frazier's Theory of the Black Family: Vindication and Sociological Insight
- E. Franklin Frazier and the African American Family in Historical Perspective. Williams, Vernon J. // Western Journal of Black Studies;Winter99, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p246
Presents a study about the life of E. Franklin Frazier, an intellectual and sociologist, and his patriarchal motives in writing about the African American family. Arguments against the works of Frazier; Deficiencies of Frazier's book `The Negro Family in the United States,' according to radicals.
- ORIGINS OF RESEARCHERS ON BLACK AMERICANS. Gaston, Jerry; Sherohman, James // American Sociologist;May74, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p75
There are several reasons to believe that white southerners have not been active in research on topics about black Americans. Blacks themselves have certainly not been accepted with open arms when calling attention to problems of blacks. For example, in 1927, E. Franklin Frazier, a writer wrote...
- THE NEGRO FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES (Book). Strickland, Shirley W. // Social Forces (University of North Carolina Press);Dec66, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p302
Reviews the book "The Negro Family in the United States," by E. Franklin frazier.
- Du Bois and Frazier: A Sociological Look at the Quality of Life in the Black Family in America. Walston, Cassandra // Sociation Today;2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p5
The article focuses on the early studies on the African American family by W.E.B. Du Bois, leader of African American in the U.S. and E. Franklin Frazier, sociologist. African Americans were brought as slaves to the U.S. and they were forced to adopt their owner's culture, language and forget...
- Constant Struggle: E. Franklin Frazier and Black Social Work in the 1920s. Platt, Tony; Chandler, Susan // Social Work;Jul/Aug88, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p293
The article presents information on E. Franklin Frazier and Black social work in the 1920's. Frazier contributed significantly to social work as an administrator, researcher, and activist during his tenure at the Atlanta School of Social Work. He is best known for the distinguished contributions...
- E. Franklin Frazier's Sociology of Race and Class in Black America. JARMON, CHARLES // Black Scholar;Spring2013, Vol. 43 Issue 1/2, p89
The article discusses sociologist E. Franklin Frazier's contributions to discourses on the social and economic condition of black people in the U.S. and to debates surrounding over the scientific study of race. Details on Frazier's education and professional development and his critiques of the...
- FRAMING SEXUAL CITIZENSHIP: RECONSIDERING THE DISCOURSE ON AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES. Chateauvert, Melinda // Journal of African American History;Spring2008, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p198
The article examines the social science discourse on African American families. The author argues that the pronounced emphasis in the works of W. E. B. Du Bois, E. Franklin Frazier, Charles S. Johnson, and other black and white social scientists in the 20th century on "dysfunctional" and...
- INFLUENTIAL SCHOLARS AND WORKS IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF RACE AND MINORITY RELATIONS, 1944-1968. Bahr, Howard M.; Johnson, Theodore J.; Seitz, M. Ray // American Sociologist;Nov71, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p296
The article presents information about influential scholars and works in the sociology of race and minority relations. For this purpose, ten leading sociological journals in which articles on race and minority relations frequently appear were selected. The time-span of the citation count was the...
- The Negro in the United States. Sears, William P. // Education;May1957, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p580
The article reviews the book "The Negro in the United States," by E. Franklin Frazier.