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The purpose of this paper is to examine how institutional norms are enforced through surveillance within a religious university. The eight participants were full-time faculty in a graduate-level teacher licensure program. The participants discussed four themes which illuminate how the surveillance of norms and self-discipline functioned at the university: the university, academic culture, religion and whiteness, and sexism. The data revealed that participants carefully chose what to say – or not say – as they discussed race and racial identity development and as they pondered what it means to be a white teacher educator in a predominantly white context.
Updated: Feb. 17, 2014