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Within a society, the dominant ideology about aesthetics is instilled in individuals at a very early age. Hegemonic standards concerning the subject of hair style and texture has been an ongoing debate in the Black community for decades. A content analysis of videos on the video-sharing website YouTube was conducted to examine perceptions on African American women's hair style, the relationship between the perceptions on hair style and gender, and the function of African American women's hair styles as a status symbol. The sample consisted of 150 YouTube videos generated by using the keywords, "hair and Black women." Three research questions were proposed. The data revealed that characters either portrayed natural hair positively or presented arguments on both sides of the issue without taking an explicit position. Both males and females responded positively toward women who wore natural hair. There was no significant relationship between gender and tone or portrayals of natural hair. Lastly, the relationship between hairstyle and status symbols was not tested because of the limited data on education and occupation. The findings suggest that individuals have started to reject hegemonically defined standards concerning the issue of hair and redefine it based on personal preference.

'Hairstyles' is an honest depiction of growing up punk on Chicago's south side: a study in the demons of racial intolerance, Catholic school conformism and class repression. It is the story of the riotous exploits of Brian, a high school burnout, and his best friend Gretchen, a punk rock girl fond of brawling. Joe Meno won the 2003 Nelson Algren Literary Award and is the author of 'Tender as Hellfire' (St. Martin's, 1999) and 'How the Hula Girl Sings' (HarperCollins, 2001). His online fictional serial, 'The Secret Hand', is published through 'Playboy Magazine'. His short fiction has been published in 'TriQuarterly', 'Bridge', 'Other Voices Washington Square', and has been broadcast on National Public Radio. He lives in Chicago, and he is a columnist for 'Punk Planet' magazine.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third Pacific Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology, PSIVT 2008, held in Tokyo, Japan, in January 2009. The 39 revised full papers and 57 posters were carefully reviewed and selected from 247 submissions. The symposium features 8 major themes including all aspects of image and video technology: image sensors and multimedia hardware; graphics and visualization; image and video analysis; recognition and retrieval; multi-view imaging and processing; computer vision applications; video communications and networking; and multimedia processing. The papers are organized in topical sections on faces and pedestrians; panoramic images; local image analysis; organization and grouping; multiview geometry; detection and tracking; computational photography and forgeries; coding and steganography; recognition and search; and reconstruction and visualization.

"We divide this book into three major sections that address major issues of social exclusion, power and liberatory fantasies in virtual play. The first section, social-psychological implications of virtual gameplay, highlights recent research that examines how the virtual realms of MMORPGs and other games shape emotion and influence social interactions between players within the game. Section two features studies that entertain questions on the marketing of race and gender stereotypes in video games and how (and if) traditional forms of social inequality are reproduced or contested in virtual realms. Finally, section three offers insight on game fans and virtual play. Specifically, the contributions in this section explore the relationship between software developers and game fans"--

Learn how to create beautiful hairstyles with the characters from the Flower Girl World book series. Each hairstyle includes easy step-by-step instructions and a link to a how-to video tutorial. Soon, you’ll be creating braids, twists, buns, and updos like a professional stylist. Plus, the Flower Girl World characters provide insider tips and tricks for being a flower girl in a wedding. And, there are fun activities to keep girls entertained while they are getting their hair done. Whether the occasion is a wedding day, holiday, or school day, this entertaining book will help to also make it a great hair day!Look for more books in the Flower Girl World series!Featuring diversity, humor, and fast-paced fun, the Flower Girl World children’s book series highlights themes of friendship, leadership, acceptance, growing up, and girl power. Camellia the Fabulous Flower Girl (Hardcover Picture Book and Ebook)Rosie and the Wedding Day Rescue (Paperback Chapter Book #1 and Ebook)Iris and the Aloha Wedding Adventure (Paperback Chapter Book #2 and Ebook)

From the finger waves of the romantic 1910s to the beehive of the rebellious 1960s, retro hair has made a comeback. Vintage Hairstyles presents all the tools, techniques, and step-by-step instructions needed to achieve eye-catching looks for every occasion. Trendsetters, hairstylists, and fashionistas will love creating elegant updos for special events or playful curls for everyday excursions. Featuring a history of beauty trends by the decades, a list of must-have hair products, and projects for making chic hair accessories, Vintage Hairstyles showcases classic beauty with a fresh twist.

453 illustrations provide authentic record of over 1,300 years of changing hairstyles and headwear in England: everything from wimples and crespines worn in Anglo-Saxon times to early-Victorian bonnets and pillboxes.

Learn How To Create Beautiful Hairstyles Inspired by Disney’s Frozen Princesses, Anna and Elsa. Do you love Anna and Elsa’s beautiful hairstyles in Frozen? It’s fun and easy to create your own looks, inspired by these two royal sisters. Filled with colorful photographs and step-by-step instructions, this magical book shows you how to make the braids, updos, buns, and ponytails that you admire so much. Each of the 11 hairstyles is carefully photographed, showing exactly how it looks in real life on a real girl. This enchanting guide will help you feel like a real Frozen Princess.

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