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Dana K. Voelker and Justine J. Reel

: “I don’t see [female skaters] eat much. A lot of rabbit food.” Ron described specific behaviors he has observed in female skaters: “Anything from count calories exactly and only eat certain things to go throw up in the bathroom. Like ‘hey, it’s weigh-in day, and I just ate so I’m going to go throw up

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Kathryn Henne and Madeleine Pape

perspectives contributed to policy, instances where Southern voices had limited to no opportunity to weigh in on policy issues, and challenges or tensions arising from their inclusion. This approach enabled us to systematically tease out dilemmas of regulation and empowerment, informing the structure and

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Theresa Walton-Fisette

always did right thing, friends say . Tennessean . Retrieved from Walton , T. ( 2007 ). Grappling with dominant ideologies: Fox network weighs in on girl / boy wrestling . The

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Sharyn G. Davies and Antje Deckert

watching a weigh-in yesterday for MMA fighters in America and they all looked like models. I was like “These girls don’t look like fighters.” They all had nice hair and their faces didn’t even look smashed up. I think it’s good to have girls looking feminine because people just think you’re butch and aggro

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Hans C. Schmidt

. The result is a newly confusing landscape for sport media, in which sport reporters—who are experts in game-day coverage and analysis—are also expected to weigh in on political and social issues about which, despite personal knowledge and opinions, they have little professional experience in covering