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Travis R. Bell

). However, when considering an ECA approach and exploring the subtexts contained within the news process, it could be suggested that women’s and nonrevenue sports get lost within SportsCenter discourse as a product of an often unrecognized accessibility framing effect that, in the COVID-19 reporting