Women in Sport and Physical Education: A Review of the Literature in Selected Journals

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Robyn S. Lock Department of Health Promotion and Human Performance The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606

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The purpose of the paper was to review the physical education literature in selected journals with regard to women’s issues. The review was inclusive of the years 1972 to 1991 and focused on five prominent publications in physical education: Research Quarterly, a journal which presents current research in the different knowledge base areas in physical education (exercise physiology, biomechanics, sport pedagogy, etc.); The Journal of Physical Education Recreation & Dance, a journal which features articles for the practitioner in physical education; Quest, a journal which is a publication of an association of physical educators in higher education; The Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, which focuses on pedagogy in physical education; and The Physical Educator, a journal which is a publication of Phi Epsilon Kappa, a fraternal organization in physical education.

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