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The (Dis)Invention of Black Women: A Rhetorical Analysis of Intersectional Oppression within Cosmetics Practices / Chloe Benson.

BAH 2021. 80 pages. Honors Thesis, Departments of Communication and Peace and Justice Studies, Honors Program, Villanova University. Tutor: Dr. Billie Murray, Department of Communication. Reader: Dr. Terry Nance, Department of Communication.

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Main Author: Benson, Chloe.
Format: Online Thesis Villanova Student Authorship
Language:English
Published: 2021
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Access:http://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl%3A650100
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