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Of Polls and Race Prejudice
This article offers a collaborative review of the article “The Indian Wars”from the March 4, 2002, issue of Sports Illustrated that purported to present novel scientific findings regarding theExpand
Developing an instrument to measure athletic donor behavior and motivation.
This paper emanates from a larger project consisting of three phases related to the examination of athletic donor behavior and motivation. This paper focuses specifically on the first phase of thatExpand
Reconsidering the Use of the Term Student-Athlete in Academic Research
Although the term student-athlete does not appear in any standard English dictionary, it is routinely used in the United States in reference to athletes who participate in secondary andExpand
American Indian Imagery and the Miseducation of America
During the past three years, a vast array of institutions charged with protecting the educational welfare of children, including school districts, state education departents, and even the UnitedExpand
Women and athletic fund raising: exploring the connection between gender and giving.
In this study, demographic characteristics and donor motivation profiles of donors to a Division I and a Division III men's athletic support group and a Division I and a Division III women's athleticExpand
“You Know, We Are All Indian”
In August 2005, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) ignited a firestorm of controversy when it announced a policy that would require colleges and universities with Native AmericanExpand
College athletes' rights in the age of the super conference: the case of the All Players United Campaign.
Among the most central ethical obligations that higher education in the United States owes to students is the protection of their right to freely disagree, form judgments on their own, and evaluateExpand
BLAMING THE VICTIM: RESISTANCE IN THE BATTLE OVER GENDER EQUITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS
This article examines the May 9, 1995, U.S. congressional oversight hearing of the Office of Civil Rights and its enforcement of Title IX in athletic departments. Sage's “blaming-the-victim”Expand
Cheering on the Collegiate Model
In January 2012, during his “State of the Association” address, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) President Mark Emmert urged members to fix the “collegiate model.” Imbedded in theExpand
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