Jacqueline S. Mithun's research while affiliated with Johns Hopkins University and other places

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... The youth challenged their parents and the prerogative of the leadership of the old civil rights organizations and engaged in outright civil disobedience (Eitle & Eitle, 2002). Mithun (1977) posited the Black Power movement of the 1960s forced AAMs to adapt to changing societal norms and to reevaluate them for themselves. ...