The Role Of Attention In Starn's Tiger Woods

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The primary thesis in Starn’s book is how much more attention Tiger Woods sex scandal received than it should have. Tiger Woods typically lives a low profile life, but after the sex scandal, the media is all over his personal life.

In the book, Starn talks about how Tiger Woods had a hard time when it came to identifying his ethnic background his race and class status. All three of these played a role when it came down to playing sports. Woods identifies himself as a “cablinasian” which he was very much criticized for. Tiger’s sex scandal received more attention because he was also being criticized for identifying himself as “cablinasian”.

Multiracial-In the years of 1980-2008 interracial marriages have doubled in america by almost 15%.
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