Added: Tierre Braziel - Date: 16.10.2021 14:50 - Views: 34576 - Clicks: 4223
Women remain the minority in sport organizations, particularly in leadership roles, and prior work has suggested that sexism may be to blame. Such experiences result in professional and emotional consequences, which women navigate by employing tactics that enable their survival in the sport industry. AhmedS.
Introduction: Sexism—A problem with a name.
AicherT. Are head coaches in intercollegiate athletics perceived as masculine? An evaluation of gender stereotypes and the effect of sexism on intercollegiate coaches. AitchisonC. Feminist and gender research in sport and leisure management: Understanding the social—cultural nexus of gender—power relations. Journal of Sport Management, 19 4— ArnoldT. The rise of women sportscasters: A struggle from sideline to the centerfield.
BasfordT. Do you see what I see? Perceptions of gender microaggressions in the workplace. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 38 3— BenschopY. Covered by equality: The gender subtext of organizations. Organization Studies, 19 5— BondM. Gendered work conditions, health, and work outcomes. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 9 128 — PubMed ID: doi BurtonL. Sport Management Review, 15 3— Perceptions of gender in athletic administration: Utilizing role congruity to examine potential prejudice against women.
Journal of Sport Management, 25 136 — CapodilupoC. The manifestation of gender microaggressions.
Sue Ed. CharmazK. Constructing grounded theory. Sage Publications. CunninghamG. Creating and sustaining gender diversity in sport organizations. Sex Roles, 58 1—2— DickP. The politics of experience: A discursive psychology approach to understanding different s of sexism in the workplace.
Human Relations, 66 5— DixonM. Perspectives on work—family conflict in sport: An integrated approach. Sport Management Review, 8 3— DohertyA. Managing cultural diversity in sport organizations: A theoretical perspective. Journal of Sport Management, 13 4— FinkJ. Gender and sex diversity in sport organizations: Concluding comments. Hiding in plain sight: The embedded nature of sexism in sport. Journal of Sport Management, 30 11 — 7. FitzgeraldL. But was it really sexual harassment?
Legal, behavioral, and Fuck married women in sport room definitions of the workplace victimization of women. GalmanS. New York : Routledge. GlickP. An ambivalent alliance: Hostile and benevolent sexism as complementary justifications for gender inequality. American psychologist, 56 2— GrubbM. Women sportscasters: Navigating a masculine domain. Journal of Gender Studies, 19 187 — HardinM. Journal of Sport Management, 26 4— HoeberL. Exploring the gaps between meanings and practices of gender equity in a sport organization. HofstedeG. Measuring organizational cultures: A qualitative and quantitative study across twenty cases.
Administrative Science Quarterly, 35 2— HolderA. Racial microaggression experiences and coping strategies of Black women in corporate leadership. Qualitative Psychology, 2 2— HumsM. Women working in the management of professional baseball: Getting to first base? Journal of Career Development, 26 2— JosephL. The influence of gender segregation and teamsport experience on occupational discrimination in sport-based employment.
Journal of Gender Studies, 25 5— KanterR. Men and women of the corporation. New York : Basic Books. KaskanE. Microaggressions and female athletes. Sex Roles, 74 7—8— KatzM. Journal of Sport Management, 32 2— KnoppersA. Gendered managerial discourses in sport organizations: Multiplicity and complexity. Sex Roles, 58 1—293 —Fuck married women in sport room
email: [email protected] - phone:(622) 192-9195 x 4479
Landmark decisions blaze crucial path for women in sports