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Aquasia A. Shaw, Merry Moiseichik, Heather Blunt-Vinti and Sarah Stokowski

individuals of color experience today. Students of color have reported common experiences of physical isolation, feelings of cultural alienation, and having to stay silent ( Decuir & Dixon, 2004 ). When Blacks attend Predominately White Institutions (PWIs) these feelings are often intensified. Cooper and

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Diane M. Culver, Erin Kraft, Cari Din and Isabelle Cayer

, Thibault, Brière, & Culver, 2019 ); therefore, considerable work is needed to improve gender equity and secure leadership positions for women across sport organizations. A University of Toronto Gender Equity Report (2011–2013) profiling university sport in Canada, with a focus on the lack of women

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Susan Lagaert, Mieke Van Houtte and Henk Roose

 al., 1996 ; McCabe, 2008 ; Wann, Waddill, & Dunham, 2004 ). These studies confirm that people are drawn to gender-typed sport-related activities that correspond to their level of masculinity/femininity. According to McCabe ( 2008 ), reporting expressive (i.e., feminine) traits (and not instrumental traits

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Emmanuel Macedo

Education, and the Committee for Out-of-School Education and Cultural Development: Youth, Physical Education and Adult Education. 22 The last committee would report to the CCC on matters associated with cultural cooperation and sport. In the early years of European integration, the CCC saw education as the

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M. Ann Hall

sufficiently impressed to bring home glowing reports, perhaps even a few velocipedes. Aptly called “boneshakers,” the original versions had wooden wheels with iron hoop tires, but later models had rubber or leather coverings over the metal. Still, they were a rough ride, especially on hard, uneven surfaces. 10

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Adele Pavlidis, Millicent Kennelly and Laura Rodriguez Castro

preference for reporting on heterosexual women and emphasizing physical and emotional characteristics that conform to white, middle-class ideals of femininity. Among the current rules identified by Bruce ( 2016 ), sportswomen have been increasingly portrayed in the media in action, and as serious athletes

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Hans Erik Næss

Olympic Committee organized “The Rules of the Game,” a conference on the governance of sport. In relation to good governance principles, the conference report states that “Members shall choose representatives to hold office within the governing body by democratic elections” (fair enough, although

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Martin Roderick and Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson

wrought by the heightened public visibility of professional athletes. We report key findings from a qualitative study into the lived experiences of 26 U.K.-based professional athletes (both females and males), the nature of whose work often challenges traditional understandings of the workplace and the

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Trygve B. Broch and Eivind Å. Skille

her reporting of frustrations related to NIF’s uncivil costs, but also inequality, patriarchy and doping in sports. Anticipating sport political apocalypse ( Smith, 2005 ) and evoking ideas of Norwegian sameness, she could take the stage as a hero of reformation. Any social drama contains actors who

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Sarah J. Hatteberg

spend together at the athletic center. Indeed, 100% of respondents reported having close relationships with fellow athletes and ninety percent (50/56) said the majority of their friends were athletes. This is unsurprising given that athletes felt connected to one another on the sole bases of their