Ethnicity and Football Trading Cards

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Essay #: 058711
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Ethnicity and Football Trading Cards
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Department of Sociology
Sociology 202
Section X
March 24, 2010
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March 24, 2010
Primm, Eric, Nicole Piquero, Robert Regoli, and Alex Piquero. 2010. “The Role of Race in
Football Card Prices.” Social Science Quarterly 91(1):129-142.
AUTHORITY: The research was conducted by four academics associated with different
universities: Eric Primm (Pikeville College); Nicole Piquero (Virginia Commonwealth
University); Robert Regoli (University of Colorado Boulder); and Alex Piquero (Florida State
University). This study discussed in this article was published in the Social Science Quarterly.
THESIS: The focus of this article is to...
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..... dependent variable was the
price of the card. The six independent variables were: the player’s (ethnicity), availability of card, card year, the player’s performance, the player’s position, and Hall of Fame (HOF) status (Primm, Piquero, Regoli, and Piquero 2010:133).
SOURCES: The sources utilized in the study are the foremost studies on trading cards conducted in the academic world. There are other sources utilized regarding ethnicity in sports and discrimination. The sources are credible and the wide chronological range ensured that this article was based in a broad framework.
Bibliography
Primm, Eric, Nicole Piquero, Robert Regoli, and Alex Piquero. 2010. “The Role of Race in
Football Card Prices.” Social Science Quarterly 91(1):129-142.