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Israel & Palestinian Territories Feature | Palestinian Youth

Palestinian Youth, from Classroom to Jail Cell

Comprising nearly half of those who have attempted or carried out attacks against Israelis since October, Palestinian youth have found themselves imprisoned in increasing numbers as a result of Israel’s two-tier criminal justice system. 162 more words

Crime & Violence

Baizerman, S., J.B. Eicher, ad C. Cerny. 1993. "Eurocentrism and the Study of Ethnic Dress."

Baizerman, Suzanne, Joanne B. Eicher, and Catherine Cerny. 1993. “Eurocentrism in the Study of Ethnic Dress.” Dress 20(1): 19-32.

“Dress was touted as a visible manifestation of the civilized state of being, of cultural superiorit where advancement was defined in terms of superior economic development and global dominance.  176 more words

Pop Culture

Eicher, J.B. and B. Sumberg. 1995. "World Fashion, Ethnic, and National Dress."

Eicher, Joanne B. and Barbara Sumberg. 1995. “World Fashion, Ethnic, and National Dress.” Pp. 295-306 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 438 more words

Pop Culture

Lynch, A. 1995. "Hmong American New Year's Dress: The Display of Ethnicity."

Lynch, Annette. 1995. “Hmong American New Year’s Dress: The Display of Ethnicity.” Pp. 255-268 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 210 more words

Pop Culture

Griebel, H.B. 1995. "The West African Origin of the African-American Headwrap."

Griebel, Helen Bradley. 1995. “The West African Origin of the African-American Headwrap.” Pp. 207-226 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 234 more words

Pop Culture

Durham, D. 1995. "The Lady in the Logo: Tribal Dress and Western Culture in a Southern African Community."

Durham, Deborah. 1995. “The Lady in the Logo: Tribal Dress and Western Culture in a Southern African Community.” Pp. 183- 194 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 217 more words

Pop Culture

Eicher, J.B. and T.V. Erekosima. 1995. "Why Do They Call It Kalabari? Cultural Authentication and the Demarcation of Ethnic Identity."

Eicher, Joanne B. and Tonye V. Erekosima. 1995. “Why Do They Call It Kalabari? Cultural Authentication and the Demarcation of Ethnic Identity.” Pp. 139-164 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 451 more words

Pop Culture