Hancock, Ange-Marie, 20041201, The Politics of Disgust: The Public Identity of the Welfare Queen, New York and London: RNew York University Press.
Hancock, Ange-Marie, 20041201, The Politics of Disgust: The Public Identity of the Welfare Queen, New York and London: RNew York University Press.@14+210p@ISBN: 0814736580@[amazon]
List of Tables
List of Abbreviations
1@Introduction: The Face of Welfare Reform
2@Political Culture and the Public Identity of the "Welfare Queen"
3@The News Media: Constructing the Politics of Disgust?
4@Public Discourse in Congress: Haunted by@Ghosts of "Welfare Queens" Past
5@Contending with the Politics of Disgust: Public Identity through Welfare Recipients' Eyes
6@The Dual Threat: The Impact of Public Identity and the Politics of Disgust on Democratic Deliberation
7@Epilogue: Public Identity and the Politics of Disgust in the New Millennium
Appendix A: Citations for News Media Data Set
@Analyzed in Chapter 3
Appendix B: Congressional Record Documents
@Analyzed in Chapter 4
Appendix C: Data Analysis Procedures
About the Author
@@ 2@Political Culture and the Public Identity of the "Welfare Queen"
Bad Black Mamas
Enforcing Victorian Womanhood
Mothers of hte Nation
Saving Our Sisters: The Work of the Black Women's Club Movement
The New Deal: A Fair Deal for Black Mother?
Dependent Children without Dependent Mothers
Rosie the Riveter Retains Racial Privilege
"Every Woman Is One Man Away from Welfare": Subscribing to a Culture of Resistance
The Struggle for Group Survival: Recognizing Injustice
Developing "Mother power": Emerging Senses of Agency
"I Am Somebody": From Identity to Consciousness
The Pursuit of Institutional Transformation
(Re-)Sowing the Seeds of the Politics of Disgust
A Contradiction of Terms
The Civil Rights Roots of the "Welfare Queen"
The Long Shadow of Daniel Patrick Moynihan
The Persistent Conflation of Public Identity and Welfare Policy