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Watching the World Cup, American style
This project explores the role of international sport and mass media in the processes of identity formation and the creation of symbolic boundaries between groups. Using qualitative content analysis I document the patterned ...
Family, schooling and the identities of second-generation black Trinidadian women
In the U.S. race relations are often seen dichotomously as a black and white issue, rarely highlighting intra-racial and ethnic dynamics within race. In the case of second-generation black West Indians, their identities—racial, ...
Race and alcohol consumption : the effects of race and alcohol expectancies in a college population
This study examined the influence of ethnicity and beliefs regarding alcohol use on consumption patterns in a sample of Southeastern college students. ANOVAs revealed a significant group effect for amount of alcohol consumed ...
There is currently little scholarly research on public relations education, less on diversity education in public relations and none that looks at how professors define diversity and how they pass the message to their ...
National forest use and outdoor recreation constraints across four ethnic and minority populations in Georgia
The people of the United States enjoy and recreate on public lands including national forests which provide a variety of settings and opportunities for various outdoor recreation activities. Additionally, recent research ...