Cerise L. Glenn

Ph.D., Howard University; M.S., North Carolina State University; B.A., University of North Carolina at Asheville. Scholarly Interests:Cultural identity and identity negotiation, African-American communication and culture, occupational socialization and identification of diverse groups, organizational culture, third wave/intersectional feminism

There are 6 included publications by Cerise L. Glenn :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Activism or “Slacktivism?”: Digital Media and Organizing for Social Change 2015 2439 Courses: Popular Culture and Media, Communication and Community, Critical/Cultural Studies, Organizational Communication, Rhetoric and Public Advocacy, other courses with a focus on the use of digital and social media to organize groups Objectives: I...
Braxton Family Values 2011 832 This article is a review of the television show Braxton Family Values.
An Intersectional Analysis of Television Narratives of African American Women with African American Men on “the Down Low” 2013 3266 The controversial phenomenon of “the down low” has created fear and suspicion of male sexual partners among many African American women. Being on the down low refers to men that lead seemingly heterosexual lives, yet secretly have sex with other men....
The Power of Black Magic: The Magical Negro and White Salvation in Film 2009 15244 Movies featuring a “magical” or spiritually gifted Black lead character have been released for many years, and the trend continues to grow in popularity. These Black characters, often referred to as “magical Negroes,” generally focus their abilities ...
Scripting Hate Crimes: Victim, Space and Perpetrator Defining Hate 2014 722 Hate crime legislation is meant to address discrimination at a community level. The hate crime categorization involves the justice system and the media – who play a key role in the community's understanding of the act. In 2008 in Washington, DC, two ...
“What They See as Acceptable:” A Co-Cultural Theoretical Analysis of Black Male Students at a Predominantly White Institution 2012 6001 This study uses co-cultural theory to explore how African American male college students select and enact communication strategies at a predominantly White institution when interacting with dominant groups. The authors use focus groups and individual...