Exceptional Recruiting: Identity Intersections' Impact on Decision Making for Young Black Women Athletes During the NCAA Recruiting Process
This qualitative critical phenomenological study describes the lived experiences of Black collegiate women student-athletes attending predominantly White institutions. Interviews and written narratives of ten Black woman student-athletes who attend National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I-Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) colleges or universities were analyzed. Wilen’s (2007) critical scholarship, policies, and practices of inclusion and exclusion are applied to the embodied lived experiences described by Moustakas (1994) to capture the circumstances and configurations of collegiate ...
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