Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education
A narrative literature review was conducted to examine how researchers address the concept of intersectionality using critical race theory, racial space theory, and Black identity development. A Boolean search revealed 18 articles met criteria for consideration. Multiple reviews occurred to isolate the articles that contained all the search criteria and multiple reviews occurred that selected the Boolean phrase or phrases that the researcher was searching for. Thirteen of the 18 articles met one or more search criteria and were included in the review, however, no articles matched 100 percent for inclusion. Thus, indicating we are not going deep enough in our research of Blackness and its complexities and intersectionalities.
Original Publication Citation
Burrell-Craft, K. (2020). Are (we) going deep enough?: A narrative literature review addressing critical race theory, racial space theory, and Black identity development. Taboo: The Journal of Culture & Education, 19(4), 9-26, Article 2.
Burrell-Craft, Kala, "Are (We) Going Deep Enough?: A Narrative Literature Review Addressing Critical Race Theory, Radical Space Theory, and Black Identity Development" (2020). Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty Publications. 73.