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Sexism in Professional Sports: How Women Managers Experience and Survive Sport Organizational Culture

Lauren C. Hindman and Nefertiti A. Walker

theme in sport management literature is a nonlevel playing field, with women needing to prove their credibility and work harder for equal recognition ( Aitchison, 2005 ; Burton et al., 2012 ). While overt sexism is common in sport, women working in the industry encounter both overt and subtle sexism

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“You Should be Flattered!”: Female Sport Management Faculty Experiences of Sexual Harassment and Sexism

Elizabeth A. Taylor, Allison B. Smith, Natalie M. Welch, and Robin Hardin

sexual harassment from colleagues and superiors deterred several participants from filing formal complaints. Yes, I am a Woman Two subthemes emerged from the subtle sexism (i.e., Yes, I’m a Woman) theme. The first subtheme dealt with participants’ experience surrounding family obligations and the second

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Negotiating Gender in the English Football Workplace: Composite Vignettes of Women Head Coaches’ Experiences

Beth G. Clarkson, Elwyn Cox, and Richard C. Thelwell

coaching practice but upon reflection had experienced subtle sexism in the form of odd looks and lack of conversation from male colleagues (i.e., sexism that can be either hidden or unnoticed because it is built into cultural and societal norms). Anecdotally, the lead author had heard of such overt