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Mass media play a major role in influencing societal views of female athletes and in shaping the relationship between women and sport. While female athletes historically tend to receive little media coverage, the Olympic Games provide an opportunity to feature sports for both male and female ...

Author(s)
Villalon, C.; Weiller-Abels, K.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 2018, 21, 8, pp 1137-1157
Abstract

Located at the nexus of sports, media, and food, sports nutrition advertising is a rich site for examining competing discourses of gender representation. Although closely associated with male competitive sports, images of female athletes are increasingly employed in the marketing of these products. ...

Author(s)
Namie, J.; Warne, R.
Publisher
United States Sports Academy, Alabama, USA
Citation
The Sport Journal, 2017, 20, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Critical media scholars have argued that popular sports media, as a cultural enabler, reinforces the traditional hegemonic masculinity associated with sport. This article, through a detailed content analysis of web-based espn Sport Science videos focused on sport-related performances of elite ...

Author(s)
Shifflett, B.; Murphy, D.; Ghiasvand, F.; Carlton, M.; Cuevas, M.
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, USA
Citation
Journal of Sports Media, 2016, 11, 2, pp 111-128
Abstract

Media are often criticized for their portrayal of women's sports and female athletes. But athletes now have direct access to their public and potential fans through social media, which give them a chance to frame themselves the way they wish. This study is a quantitative content analysis of ...

Author(s)
Coche, R.
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, USA
Citation
Journal of Sports Media, 2017, 12, 1, pp 89-112
Abstract

ABSTRACT Many sports fans argue that women's sports are boring compared to men's sports. Simultaneously, women's sports, compared to men's sports, are rarely broadcasted in the media. Therefore, could the media be making sports fans believe that women's sports are less desirable by giving them less ...

Author(s)
Scheadler, T.; Wagstaff, A.
Publisher
United States Sports Academy, Alabama, USA
Citation
The Sport Journal, 2018, 21, pp unpaginated
Abstract

The Olympic Games offer a rare opportunity for women in sport to receive broad media interest, with recognizable and familiar athletes receiving higher levels of attention by journalists during this media-event. This article reports on a case study of representations of three female athletes within ...

Author(s)
Dashper, K.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 2018, 21, 11, pp 1739-1757
Abstract

Athletes who engage in social media have an opportunity to present their respective images in numerous ways. One online self-presentation strategy is the use of social media profile photographs. Such photos, as revealed in research outside the sport context, are often used by the subjects to...

Author(s)
Lee JuYoung; Pedersen, P. M.
Publisher
Greek Center for Sport Science Research, Sparta, Greece
Citation
Choregia: Sport Management International Journal, 2018, 14, 2, pp 1-20
Abstract

Introduction. The aim of the study was twofold. The first aim was to specify attitudes toward using performance-enhancing drugs (doping) among athletes practising different sports disciplines. The second aim was to present the Polish version and validation of the Performance Enhancement Attitude...

Author(s)
Sas-Nowosielski, K.; Budzisz, A.
Publisher
De Gruyter Open, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Polish Journal of Sport and Tourism, 2018, 25, 2, pp 10-13
Abstract

While a male athlete's athletic prowess is rarely questioned, with accomplishments leading to celebrity status, female athletes seeking the same celebrity status find the publicity avenues to be quite different. Some female athletes are respected as high-achieving athletes, but the majority of ...

Author(s)
Smallwood, R. R.; Brown, N. A.; Billings, A. C.
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, USA
Citation
Journal of Sports Media, 2014, 9, 1, pp 1-22
Abstract

Female apologetic behaviour in sport includes any behaviour by female athletes that emphasizes a female athlete's femininity. This behaviour is in response to the masculine and/or lesbian stereotypes associated with female sport participation. Female apologetic behaviour is commonly found in the ...

Author(s)
Hardy, E.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 2015, 18, 2, pp 155-167

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