Take a water break and venture off into the academic side of sport. Two experts share their experience in research and academia through the lens of sport. For advice in academic writing, publishing, and researching.
Topics such as diversity within sport, female coaches, life as a caddy, and combining researchers and athletics department are discussed in depths with Dr. Cunningham and Dr. Singer. Watch for a fresh perspective and excellent learning opportunity.
AS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW
To read Dr. John Singer’s book:
To read Dr. George Cunningham’s book:
To read Dr. Singer’s Dissertation on the Black Male Athlete:
For more on MSU’s Bridge program:
To learn about the Evans Scholarship for Caddies:
For more from Donna Pastore:
For more from Janet Fink:
For more from Mary Bresnahan:
For George Cunningham’s work published in The Conversation:
For John Singer’s profile on the Texas A&M website:
For George Cunningham’s profile on the Texas A&M website:
Access more of John Singer’s work here:
Access more of George Cunningham’s work here:
For more on the exploitation of the black athlete:
Sailes, G. A. (1986). Guest editorial: The exploitation of the Black athlete: Some alternative solutions.
Leonard, W. M. (1986).
The sports experience of the black college athlete: Exploitation in the academy. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 21(1), 35-49.
For more on the elite white male dominance system:
Feagin, J. R., & Ducey, K. (2018). Racist America: Roots, current realities, and future reparations. Routledge.
Hextrum, K. (2021). Special admission: How college sports recruitment favors white suburban athletes. Rutgers University Press.