By Susan D. Toliver
What growth have African-Americans made in company the US? This ebook examines the facts of reports on two hundred black company managers and their households. Susan Toliver seems to be at altering gender dynamics in the households of black managers, adjustments in techniques to parenting, and problems with racial identification inside of companies and the pro black neighborhood.
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Alternative Conceptualization Double ABCX Model x / Stressor Meeting Crisis Onset Phase °* M Adaption Family Stress, Family Strengths 25 (1978, 1986); Barnes (1985); Davis (1986); Davis (1995); Ellison (1990); Fine, Schewebel, and James-Myers (1987); Gershenfeld (1986); Goldscheider (1991); Greene (1995); Hill (1971); H. McAdoo (1988, 1993); J . L. McAdoo (1993); Pearson (1990); Peters (1978, 1981); Staples (1994); Taylor, Leashore, and Toliver (1988); Tolson (1990); and Willie (1988, 1991b) replaced the overridingly negative view with a richer and often more positive view of black family life and culture.
In the second part of this chapter, the issue of whether or not the black family strengths identified in the literature exist is explored, in particular those identified by Robert Hill (1971), with specific reference to corporate managerial families. Chapter 5 discusses black women and their historical experience with work, with special emphasis on contemporary problems of racism and sexism for black female corporate managers. The chapter will also explore the interpersonal relationships of successful black women with men, their families, and their community.
From this study, I will provide the reader with summaries of the data by way of simple quantifications, categories, graphic presentations. 44 B L A C K F A M I L I E S IN C O R P O R A T E A M E R I C A verbal assessments and generalizations, selected respondent profiles, and, in particular, the respondents' own words. It is in the richness of the quotes and profiles of the respondents that the "meat" of the data will be found. It is in these ways, but especially through the latter, that I hope to convey the range and array of sentiments, emotions, values, and motivations that characterize the respondents and bring them to life for the reader and enable the reader to feel their joys, concerns, obstacles, and strengths.