Of Polls and Race Prejudice

  title={Of Polls and Race Prejudice},
  author={C. King and E. Staurowsky and Lawrence Baca and L. Davis and Cornel D. Pewewardy},
  journal={Journal of Sport \& Social Issues},
  pages={381 - 402}
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 the attitudes of sports fans and American Indians toward Native American mascots. Despite the claims of the periodical, the authors argue, the article provides a flawed and biased account of pseudo-Indian mascots that misconstrues their history as well as significance to Native and non-Native peoples. The… Expand
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