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John N. Singer, Sally Shaw, Larena Hoeber, Nefertiti Walker, Kwame J. A. Agyemang and Kyle Rich

, men routinely coach the majority of women’s teams. As a former collegiate basketball player, and someone who grew up playing sports alongside men, I could not understand this phenomenon. Since there were so few women coaching and working in men’s sports, my insight into this phenomenon would not come

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Matt Hoffmann, Todd Loughead and Jeffrey Caron

.05.003 Markus , H. , & Wurf , E. ( 1987 ). The dynamic self-concept: A social psychological perspective . Annual Review of Psychology, 38 , 299 – 337 . doi:10.1146/ 10.1146/ Marshall , D. ( 2001 ). Mentoring as a developmental tool for women

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Molly Hayes Sauder, Michael Mudrick and Jaime R. DeLuca

coaching ranks and as athletic directors. In fact, 77.7% of athletic directors were men ( Acosta & Carpenter, 2014 ). Even in women’s sport, men had the majority (57%) of coaching jobs. On the other hand, women coached just 3% of men’s sports. When considering that females comprised over 90% of coaching

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Bettina Callary, Scott Rathwell and Bradley W. Young

. International Sport Coaching Journal, 4 , 177 – 190 . doi:10.1123/iscj.2016-0102 10.1123/iscj.2016-0102 Callary , B. , Werthner , P. , & Trudel , P. ( 2011 ). Shaping the way five women coaches develop: Their primary and secondary socialization . Journal of Coaching Education, 4 ( 3 ) 76 – 96

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Sergio J. Ibáñez, Javier García-Rubio, Antonio Antúnez and Sebastián Feu

. The role of women should also be promoted, both to research into the figure of women coaches, and to stimulate the completion and direction of academic texts by women. The legislative changes that have occurred in Spain to regulate, give value to, and academically equate training of the sport coach

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François Rodrigue, Pierre Trudel and Jennifer Boyd

). Shaping the way five women coaches develop: Their primary and secondary socialization . Journal of Coaching Education, 4 ( 3 ), 76 – 96 . doi:10.1123/jce.4.3.76 10.1123/jce.4.3.76 Clements , D. , & Morgan , K. ( 2015 ). Coach development through collaborative action research: enhancing the

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Alexander David Blackett, Adam B. Evans and David Piggott

practices on to populations who are not able to obtain experience as a competitive athlete in elite men’s football or rugby union and can therefore be seen as a mechanism for the perpetuation of particularly disabled people and women coaches being underrepresented within the two sports ( Norman, 2010 ). As

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Jeffrey A. Graham and Marlene A. Dixon

this area to understand the mechanism as well as the outcomes of having such a narrow support network. Provision and utilization of organizational supports Another important difference between the men in the current study and women in previous studies was the relationship between the women coaches and

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Matthew Katz, Nefertiti A. Walker and Lauren C. Hindman

. Journal of Sport Management, 20 , 483 – 509 . doi:10.1123/jsm.20.4.483 10.1123/jsm.20.4.483 Stangl , J.M. , & Kane , M.J. ( 1991 ). Structural variables that offer explanatory power for the underrepresentation of women coaches since title IX: The case of homologous reproduction . Sociology of