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Gina M. McCaskill, Olivio J. Clay, Peng Li, Richard E. Kennedy, Kathryn L. Burgio and Cynthia J. Brown

Birmingham (UAB) Study of Aging (SOA). Furthermore, we examined the data for racial differences on all-cause mortality. Methods Study Design and Participants The UAB SOA was a longitudinal 8.5 years investigation that examined racial differences in mobility in a sample of Black and White community

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Stanley Thangaraj

apologies have become commonplace and demanded for celebrities to reassure positive affective connections with the public ( Starn, 2011 ), Woods utilized the mode of a public apology to perform race and racial difference through Asian-ness, Buddhism, and affectivities of regret. As Ari Fleischer used Asian

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Leticia Oseguera, Dan Merson, C. Keith Harrison and Sue Rankin

groups perceive the campus climate more negatively ( Norris, 1992 ; Rankin & Reason, 2005 ; Worthington et al., 2008 ). Reid and Radhakrishnan ( 2003 ) examined the perceptions of racial and academic climate as possible mediators of racial differences in the perception of the university’s general

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Jamie Cleland, Keith Parry and David Radford

Strait Islanders playing in the AFL (the 2016 national Census estimated that the Indigenous population was 3.3 percent compared to 10 percent who play in the AFL), attitudes and behavior towards them by some fans continues to reflect racial difference. As a result, racial hierarchies and social divisions

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Jennifer P. Agans, Oliver W.A. Wilson and Melissa Bopp

among men and women and among individuals of different races. 23 – 25 Gendered differences in preferences for strength and competition versus cardio and group exercise have also been observed, 26 as have racial differences in the predictive power of exercise intentions and perceived behavioral control

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Steve Booth Marston

, a complex and ostensibly contradictory process through which racial difference is reinscribed ( Carrington, 2010 , p. 81; Jackson, 2006 ; Leonard, 2009 , p. 186). Hoberman ( 1997 ) has described as “racial folklore” sport’s perpetuation of the “naturally” athletic and threatening Black male, which

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Mark Dyreson

from Northern and Western Europe, while ranking other groups on the lower rungs of a complex ladder of human development. These cartographies of racial difference generally leapt from calculations of physical difference to computations of cultural superiority, asserting that superior physical dynamism

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Kathryn Henne and Madeleine Pape

” ( Dreger & Herndon, 2009 , p. 200), the history of intersex as an object of clinical and scientific knowledge is tied to the colonial production of racial difference. As Magubane ( 2014 ) demonstrates, the emergence of intersex as a clinical condition entailed its construction as a predominantly non

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Kerry R. McGannon and Ted M. Butryn

” and “equality for all” during difficult times. Diversity in this sense functioned as an ideology that reinforced color-blind racism, as it further enabled owners to pay lip service to racial difference and appear supportive, without naming the injustices directly or finding resolutions (i

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Sarah Barnes

dull. Yet a closer examination highlights a familiar pattern. Ideas about sleep naturalize and reinscribe racial difference; NBA players who fail to sleep in what is regarded as a responsible manner are demonized. Whether NBA players sleep 12 hr a night or whether they fall short of new rest