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Emily Kroshus

identity and gender identity are intersectional. Male athletes are performing their gender role and their athlete role simultaneously in a way that may result in behavioral differences that are patterned by sex, in and out of sport settings, even if the meaning of being a good athlete is similarly

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Shannon S.C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

, & Landers, 2010 ; Daniel & Butkus, 2015 ; Mereish & Poteat, 2015 ). Given the diversity encompassed by the umbrella term LGBTQ+, a glossary of terms ( Appendix ) including sexual orientations, gender identities, and other LGBTQ+ terms has been created to accompany this research. All terms that are defined

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Shelby N. Anderson

discerning the difference between biological sex and gender identity, while noting that it is not binary. Many sport governing bodies and organizations struggle to determine sex categories in sport. This puts transgender athletes in a difficult place to try to determine how to compete. Some pieces in this

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Megan B. Shreffler

transgender people should be able to compete in sport in accordance with their gender identity ( Jones, Arcelus, Bouman, & Haycraft, 2017 ); sexual harassment or assault in sport ( Reel & Crouch, 2018 ); and other contentious subjects may be particularly difficult for those directly or indirectly impacted by

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Colin J. Lewis, Simon J. Roberts, Hazel Andrews and Rebecca Sawiuk

-based violence is defined in these terms: Violence directed against a person because of that person’s gender (including gender identity/expression) or as violence that affects persons of a particular gender disproportionality. . . . Sexual violence (including rape, sexual assault, abuse and harassment) is

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René Revis Shingles

Cultural Needs I contend that providing culturally competent care involves more than knowing the race, ethnicity, class, gender, gender identity, sexuality, religion, and other intersecting identities. Treating patients from a culturally competent perspective also involves understanding other factors

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Noora J. Ronkainen, Amanda Shuman and Lin Xu

identities and advance their running careers ( Shipway & Jones, 2007 ). Although a paucity of research exists on runners’ identity construction in China, a number of studies from the Global North on gender identity in running ( Busanich et al., 2012 ; Ronkainen, Watkins, & Ryba, 2016 ) and women’s running

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Gareth J. Jones, Kristy McCray and Robin Hardin

sexual orientation of sport management students; however, the percentage of students who identified as LGBTQ+ (i.e., individuals who do not conform to conventional societal ideas around attraction and/or gender identity) also matches the larger population, as recent research suggests that 4.5% of men and

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Dana K. Voelker and Justine J. Reel

.1177/089124394008003004 McGarry , K. ( 2005 ). Mass media and gender identity in high performance Canadian figure skating . The Sport Journal, 8 ( 1 ). Retrieved from https://thesportjournal.org/article/mass-media-and-gender-identity-in-high-performance-canadian-figure-skating/ McNay , L. ( 1992 ). Foucault and

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Leticia Oseguera, Dan Merson, C. Keith Harrison and Sue Rankin

analyses were based on the literature on college athlete academic performance. The dichotomous individual and institutional characteristics included gender identity, the institution’s NCAA Division (I, II, or III), participation in an institution-designated “featured” or “non-featured sport,” any religious