Perceptions of Race and Fit in the Recruitment Process of Traditionally, Predominantly White Fraternities
This study was constructed as a qualitative case study to explore racialized definitions of fit and how those perpetuate White supremacy within fraternity systems through a critical examination of participants’ lived experiences on race. Lived experiences from seven participants were presented to identify two major themes for analysis: (a) the minimization of race and racism and (b) normalizing Whiteness. This study used a social identity theoretical framework to deconstruct the ways in which Whiteness is perpetuated in hegemonic White spaces.
Joyce, S. Brian
"Perceptions of Race and Fit in the Recruitment Process of Traditionally, Predominantly White Fraternities,"
Journal of Sorority and Fraternity Life Research and Practice: Vol. 13:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/oracle/vol13/iss2/5