FACEDOWN IN THE MAINSTREAM: BLACK MEN’S EXPERIENCE OF GENDERED RACISM AND RESILIENCE IN RELATION TO COLLEGIATE SENSE OF COMMUNITY
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Debora Baldwin, Kirsten Gonzalez
The primary purpose of this study is to expand the psychological research on gendered racism by examining the negative racial experiences of Black men and their emotional resilience in relation to college satisfaction. A secondary aim is to examine possible difference between Black men who are intercollegiate athletes and non-athletes on the variables of interest (i.e., negative experiences, resilience, and collegiate psychological sense of community). Results support the conclusion that Black men at predominately White institutions PWIs, regardless of whether they participate in collegiate sports, tend to express lower magnitudes of collegiate psychological sense of community.
Garnes, Edward Marcellus, "FACEDOWN IN THE MAINSTREAM: BLACK MEN’S EXPERIENCE OF GENDERED RACISM AND RESILIENCE IN RELATION TO COLLEGIATE SENSE OF COMMUNITY. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2019.