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Emma Seal and Emma Sherry

understanding of young women’s experiences in these spaces. Previous work at this nexus has largely been driven by critical perspectives, which have examined a broad range of issues related to the (re)production of gendered identities, the construction of “appropriate” girlhood (e.g.,  Chawansky, 2011

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Joshua I. Newman

ticket, etc.), conditions of choosing (global markets, Trump-era conservative America, etc.), identities (national identities, race-based identifies, gender identities, etc.), a national context (South Korea, China, United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, etc.), institutions (media

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Jörg Vianden and Elizabeth A. Gregg

marginalized identities, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and ability ( Hancock & Hums, 2011 ). By introducing, supporting, and sustaining marginalized identities and voices in sport management classrooms, members from majority groups will learn

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Elizabeth M. Mullin, James E. Leone and Suzanne Pottratz

subtheory within the SI perspective, explains how individuals group or categorize others and themselves. Individuals self-categorize their social identity based on their valued characteristics. These salient characteristics can range from relatively constant, such as gender identity and ethnic identity, to

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Cheryl A. MacDonald

. Kimmel , M. ( 1994 ). Masculinity as homophobia: Fear, shame, and silence in the construction of gender identity . In H. Brod & M. Kaufman (Eds.), Theorizing masculinities (pp.  119 – 141 ). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage . 10.4135/9781452243627.n7 Kimmel , M. ( 2010 ). Misframing men: The

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Kendahl Shortway, Marina Oganesova and Andrew Vincent

, D.D. , & McCauley , H.L. ( 2017 ). Prevalence of past-year sexual assault victimization among undergraduate students: Exploring differences by and intersections of gender identity, sexual identity, and race/ethnicity . Prevention Science, 18 ( 6 ), 726 – 736 . PubMed ID: 28210919 doi:10

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Moss E. Norman, Michael Hart and LeAnne Petherick

( Hokowhitu, 2004 , 2015 ). In this regard, gender identities were, and continue to be, relationally constituted, whereby “European modes of manhood arrived on Indigenous lands, changed as they participated in colonial violence, and became entrenched as methods of settler rule” ( Morgensen, 2015 , p. 39). In

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Elizabeth A. Taylor and Amanda Paule-Koba

interview guide. The demographic questionnaire included questions about the participant’s gender identity, race/ethnicity, age, years at current institution, academic rank, teaching load, and courses taught. The semistructured interview guide covered a variety of topics and included questions about the

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Jason Laurendeau

the wilderness are produced , and how they are simultaneously productive of particular ideas about bodies, subjectivities, and nations. As Razack points out: The routing of race through notions of nature shows how racial, class, and . . . gender identities are “formed, naturalized, and contested

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Amanda J. Visek, Heather Mannix, Avinash Chandran, Sean D. Cleary, Karen A. McDonnell and Loretta DiPietro

: Thinking categorically about others . Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 93 – 120 . PubMed ID: 10751966 doi:10.1146/annurev.psych.51.1.93 Martin , M. ( 2015 ). Assessing the sociology of sport: On gender identities in motion and how to de-essentialize difference(s) . International Review for the