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Perceptions of the impact of intercollegiate athletics on campus: Examining division along the intersection of race and athlete status among college students (2011)

The salience of student perceptions impacting campus climate is well noted (Strange & Banning, 2001), with a division in perceptions across racial diversity (Chang, 2003), among other factors. Little research, however, has explored the extent to which racial diversity has interacted with intercollegiate athletics to impact campus climate. The current study used the Athletics and […]

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Millennial college students and moral judgment: Current trends in moral development indices (2011)

In this paper, the authors discuss the recent findings of moral judgment development researchers that point to a decline in Postconventional moral reasoning and an increase in Personal Interest moral reasoning among college students. Considered alongside these findings are the reported proliferation in narcissism and an increasingly external locus of control in today’s adolescents and […]

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