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Pirkko Markula

, performed, and (re)choreographed” in SYTYCD Canada. Her study demonstrated that whiteness and heterosexual masculinity remained “often unacknowledged and unproblematized” and thus, the show maintained and normalized these stereotypes through the cultural practices and discourses of dance. Considering these

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Maya Maor

-Canyon, 2016 ). Participants of this age group tend to suppress feelings, deny weakness, normalize pain; while men of older age groups (65 and up) are more likely to practice sports in a more moderate mode, displaying some sense of a relaxation of hegemonic masculinity ( Levy, Hollander, & Noy-Canyon, 2016

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Earl Smith and Angela J. Hattery

expropriation that has now become normalized as a routine activity inside the hip-hop and SportsWorld relationship ( Bukowski, 2008 ). The exploitation of the Black athlete has been examined thoroughly ( Edwards, 1969 ). There is extant literature on hip-hop and sports ( Francis, 2017 ), but there needs to be

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Kathryn Henne and Madeleine Pape

”—must undergo “normalizing” treatment before returning to competition ( IAAF, 2011 ). 7. Similarly, an IAAF official claimed that the Hyperandrogenism Regulations “were ensnaring athletes from developing countries with little … means to contest the rules” ( Leicester, 2016 ). 8. Fourteen experts, including ten

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Anne Tjønndal

in this case, to normalize and legitimize certain types of harassment and misuse of power in sport ( Fasting & Brackenridge, 2009 ). As indicated, these forms of exercise of power in coach leadership appear most often because of interrelated meanings of both gender and age ( Fasting & Pfister, 2000

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Jamie Cleland

have done, according to Toohey ( 2008 ), is to condition societies to more heightened levels of security and surveillance. Societies then subsequently become normalized to terrorism prevention, thus leading to the creation of a “safety state.” To illustrate this even further, following the attempted

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Nancy Quinn, Laura Misener and P. David Howe

was expressed by some parasport athletes during interviews in some spaces—at the poolside, in the cafeteria, walking the streets of The Village . Staring at the impaired body in these spaces was normalized by some athletes. Others spoke of greater bodily ease and comradery with competitors in

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Jafrā D. Thomas and Bradley J. Cardinal

educational resources certified as evidence-based. Professional socialization via interpersonal and organizational structural interactions may also promote practices based on taken-for-granted assumptions (i.e., a habitus; Bourdieu, 1990, cited in Cockerham, 2013 , p. 79) that normalize uncritical appraisal

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Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom and Emma Arksey

not wish to condone patriarchal local norms and practices; but at the same time they must provide culturally informed and relevant programming that genuinely matters to local audiences. Boyce, Zeledón, Tellez, and Barrington ( 2016 , p. 631) note how the acceptance of “local narratives and normalized

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Matthew Lamont and Sheranne Fairley

perceive this mode of alcohol consumption as normalized. Indeed, the excerpt of online discussion below suggests that the Beer Mile was a stand-out memory of the Ironman experience for this competitor’s children: Yep, count me in again. Loved it last year. And so did my kids … Funny that the beer mile got