Being of supreme academic standing, there are times when I like to peruse the writings of fellow learned individuals. Many of these voices are young writers starting on their own path of greatness. Here are a few interesting links from my beloved alma mater. Check these authors out before they hit the big time.
Fantasy Fans?: Comparing Team Indentification Among Fantasy Football Players and Non-Fantasy Players. Corrigan, Thomas Fitzpatrick. 2007.(60 pages)
Playing Along With the Game: Examining the Impact that Enhanced Television Services Have on the Enjoyment of Televised Sports. Carlton, Kristin Ann. 2006. (85 pages)
Gender Representations in BET's "106 & Park" and "Sucker Free on MTV": A Content Analysis. LaTouche, Kiva. 2007. (52 pages).
A Baseline Examination of Political Bloggers: Who They Are, Their Views on the Blogosphere and Their Influence In Agenda-Setting via the Two-Step Flow Hypothesis. Tomaszeski, Michael Steven. 2006. (81 pages)
Time Estimation Among Basketball Players. Gould, Julia Anne. 2005. (65 pages)
Incidence of Sport Injury in Female Collegiate Athletes across the Four Phases of the Menstrual Cycle. Petscher, Yaacov M. 2004. (51 pages)
African American News Websites: Publishers' Views, Perspectives and Experiences in Relation to the Social Construction of News, Online News and the Black Press. Akil II, Bakari Rashidi. 2007. (210 pages)
A little something for everyone. Enjoy. There will be a quiz on Friday.
P.S. To fellow bloggers: if your alma mater or favorite college has online research papers, spread the love and let us know what they are writing about.