Iverson, S., & Jaggers, D. (2015). Racial Profiling as Institutional Practice: Theorizing the Experiences of Black Male Undergraduates. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 52(1), 38-49.
This article draws upon racial profiling literature as an analytic lens with data collected in a qualitative study of Black males at one university. The authors argue that racial profiling provides a system of assumptions and rules that inform decisions made and attach to interactions between Black males and their faculty, staff, and peers. The authors conclude with implications for practice and future research.
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