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Sports Leadership: Anti-racism and anti-discrimination resources

A guide to resources and research on issues and topics in sport and society, including culture, race, gender, ability, and business.

Anti-racism and anti-discrimination resources

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How to find additional resources

The journals linked above are a sampling of the resources available.

To find other articles, try searching for topics of interest, like (race or racism) and "sports leadership" in the library's Sports Leadership databases.

To locate e-books, try searching using the following subject headings in Scholar OneSearch:

Keeping up with the conversation

There are a few different ways you can keep up with the academic conversation around race, racism and discrimination in sports and sports leadership. Check out the PDF walkthrough below to set up search, publication, and citation alerts for topics and conversations of interest. 

Search alerts:

You can set up search alerts to notify you when new articles matching your search terms are published or added to a database. You can create multiple search alerts and can set up alerts across various databases.

Publication alerts:

You can set up publication alerts to notify you when new journal issues are published, which can be a useful way of following the conversation for journals focused on race, diversity, and equity in sports and sports leadership.

Citation alerts:

Citation alerts will notify you when a new publication cites a document of interest. Citation alerts are useful for allowing you to track the ongoing conversation related to a particular source and to see how it evolves over time.