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Cecilia Stenling and Michael Sam

perceived as a threat to what is here conceptualized as empirical credibility and frame consistency. Expecting that these elements are bound to be brought to light, not least because of increasing media scrutiny around sport, RSF officials reported that they should display self-criticism and not “sit and

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activity. Women had a desire to be more active but felt the workplace and workloads was generally not supportive or conducive to exercising once the working day had finished. Self-perception ranged from feelings of laziness and self-criticism to being task masters in their working roles with little space