Merton's Theory of Cumulative Disadvantage
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The paper discusses the rate of participation of African American men in professional sports as a function of cumulative advantage/disadvantage. The paper poses the social problem, discusses the investigation of the issue utilizing existing data sources and presents some conclusions. Sources utilized are cited and discussed in terms of their strength and reliability.
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