This study examines college students’ beliefs about how race and gender affect physical ability. There were a total of 184 respondents from the University of New Hampshire. Students answered questions through the online survey program Qualtrics. The results of this study show that that roughly the same percentage of males and females agree that women can reach the same level of physical ability. It also revealed that about a third of respondents agreed that African Americans have a natural physical ability.
Howard, Samantha M.
"Race and Gender Consciousness of College Students in Relation to Physical Ability,"
Perspectives: Vol. 7
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/perspectives/vol7/iss1/2