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RESM 3450: Diversity in Recreation, Event and Sport Services

Useful library information for RESM 3450, Diversity in Recreation, Event and Sport Services, Dr. Keller

Required Readings for RESM 3450

Clay, G. (2018). The Hiring of Black Coaches. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 34(26), 6–7.

Elfman, L., & Hudson, W. (2018). Brain and Brawn: Intercollegiate Athletics Leaders. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 34(25), 12–17.

Neild, M., M.S., & Rose, J., PhD. (2019, 01). Addressing homelessness in public parks. Parks & Recreation54, 50-54.

Kozlowski, James C,J.D., PhD. (2019, 01). City restricted park food sharing with homeless. Parks & Recreation, 54, 26-31. 

Reilly, B., Seattle, Washington’s Camp Long Great American CampOut, Park and Recreation Magazine, Feb. 2019 

Acquino, S. & Nathan, S., Introducing the Parks for Inclusion Policy Guide, Because Everyone is Welcome at Parks, Park and Recreation Magazine, Feb. 2019

Biracial twin sisters take center stage as National Geographic confronts its own history of racism

Kolbert, E. (2018, 04). Skin deep. National Geographic, 233, 29-0_6.

Kita, J. (2020). Special Report: Ageism in the Workplace. AARP Bulletin, 61(1), 12.


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