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Andrew Hammond, Ruth Jeanes, Dawn Penney and Deana Leahy

that experiences of disability sport coaches raise “a number of important questions about the structure of ‘coach education,’ the role of the coach, the hierarchies within disabled sport, the impact of commodification on the disabled body and the (perceived) barriers to physical activity for disabled

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Alan L. Smith and Daniel Gould

& Weiss, 1980 ; Howell, 1980 ; Smoll & Smith, 1979 ), established coaching education programs (e.g.,  Seefeldt & Milligan, 1992 ), and conducted scientific studies (e.g.,  Eisenmann, Pivarnik, & Malina, 2001 ; Feltz, Lirgg, & Albrecht, 1992 ). The ISYS, then, was charged with not only conducting

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Beth G. Clarkson, Elwyn Cox and Richard C. Thelwell

like an outsider on the FA’s coach education courses, and that as a result they felt a “lack of self-worth” (p. 33). Coach educators can be effective in preventing women from striving towards a career in coaching by engaging in cultural practices that stem from patriarchal habitus (i

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Vicki D. Schull and Lisa A. Kihl

 al., 2017 ). On the other hand, female coaches in this study, did not experience this leadership privilege around sport knowledge. Fielding-Lloyd and Mean ( 2008 ) similarly found that masculinity equated to expertise in English soccer coach education, and we extend their findings to U.S college sport in