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Systematic Review of Theoretical Perspectives Guiding the Study of Race and Racism in Higher Education Journals Public Deposited

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  • Our study provides a review of theories that were used to study race and racism between 2010 and 2019 in higher education. We conducted a content analysis to identify concepts, statements and models used in higher education studies focused on race and racism in the three most highly read United States higher education journals. We also identified salient characteristics of studies focused on race and racism that applied critical race theory (CRT) and other frequently used theories and frameworks. Across the 172 reviewed studies, over 130 concepts, statements and models were identified that can be taken up by scholars and equity-minded higher education practitioners. Findings also offer direct implications and suggestions for future research focused on race and racism.
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  • Crisp, G., Luis Alcázar, Sherman, J.R. et al. Systematic Review of Theoretical Perspectives Guiding the Study of Race and Racism in Higher Education Journals. Innov High Educ (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10755-023-09694-1
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  • 49
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  • Las Vagas, Nevada, USA
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  • 1573-1758

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