When the Campus is the Locker Room: A Queer Analysis of Student Athletics Bias Incidents

  title={When the Campus is the Locker Room: A Queer Analysis of Student Athletics Bias Incidents},
  author={Nicholas Francis Havey},
  journal={Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education},
  pages={187 - 203}
  • N. Havey
  • Published 4 May 2021
  • Education
  • Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education
This multiple case study analyzes institutional responses to sex and gender bias incidents in student athletics programs and messaging around inclusion and antidiscrimination between 2015 and 2019. This study seeks to uncover, understand, and work to transform the embedded institutional values that harm sex and gender minority (SGM) students on college campuses and in student athletics by investigating three cases at Canisius College, Columbia University, and Harvard University. These cases… 

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