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George B. Cunningham, Na Young Ahn, Arden J. Anderson and Marlene A. Dixon

, in the Australian context, even with excellent human capital, women coaches might not pursue opportunities; men, however, pursue positions even if their capital investments are lacking ( Greenhill, Auld, Cuskelly, & Hooper, 2009 ). With respect to social capital, the “old boy’s network” necessarily

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Mary Jo Kane and Nicole LaVoi

ensuing years? What current-day reasons do they attribute to the absence of women coaches and does gender still play the same important role that it did 30 years ago? Beyond gender differences, are perceptions influenced by institutional level in ways that did not materialize in the 1988 investigation? To

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Renate M. Leithäuser

This summer appears to be a particular busy one! It seems that one top sporting event follows another. Active sportsmen/women, coaches and support staff, and the interested spectators and viewers all need good stamina. The FIFA Football World Cup 2018 is a highlight—a tournament with an expected

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Leanne Norman

issues experienced by women coach developers. This paper represents a ‘discovery piece’; documenting these findings for the first time. To do this, the concept of “organizational fit” is utilized to analyze the level of comfort or discomfort that female coach developers may feel within their national

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Claire-Marie Roberts and Jacky Forsyth

) discussed her work that has highlighted the acute difference between the numbers of men and women coaches and at a leadership level in sport ( Norman, 2018 ). She went on to suggest that gender-inequitable organizations produce gender-inequitable results and encouraged us all to take an active role in

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Jenessa Banwell, Gretchen Kerr and Ashley Stirling

). The decline of women coaches in collegiate athletics: A report on select NCAA Division-I FBS institutions, 2012-13 . Retrieved from LaVoi , N.M. ( 2016 ). A framework to understand experiences of women coaches around the globe: The ecological

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Fraser Carson, Julia Walsh, Luana C. Main and Peter Kremer

previously worked as a consulting sport and performance psychologist for a number of professional sports organizations. References Allen , J.B. , & Shaw , S. ( 2009 ). Women coaches’ perceptions of their sport organisations’ social environment: Supporting coaches’ psychological needs? The Sport

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Jeffrey Graham, Allison Smith and Sylvia Trendafilova

, CA : ABC-CLIO-Praeger . Kamphoff , C. ( 2010 ). Bargaining with patriarchy: Former women coaches’ experiences and their decision to leave collegiate coaching . Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 81, 367 – 379 . PubMed ID: 20949856 doi: 10.1080/02701367.2010.10599684 Lumpkin , A

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Christoph Szedlak, Matthew J. Smith, Bettina Callary and Melissa C. Day

education (i.e.,  Foulon & Ginis, 2013 ), and business (i.e.,  Peek, Peek, & Horras, 1994 ), more recently there has been an emerging use of vignettes in sporting contexts. Callary, Werthner, and Trudel ( 2012 ) used vignettes to demonstrate how women coaches learn from their sport experiences, whereas

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Kylie McNeill, Natalie Durand-Bush and Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre

, Durand-Bush, & Young, 2016 ). While a qualitative study of developmental and high performance women coaches revealed that self-regulation strategies were employed to prevent and cope with stress ( Durand-Bush, Collins, & McNeill, 2012 ), the association between self-regulation capacity and indices of