Tag Archive | "Sports"

An Enduring Struggle

An Enduring Struggle

Title IX was designed to create equal opportunities for men and women. What is its effect today?

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The Turf Ceiling

The Turf Ceiling

Female sports journalists have fought against harassment, stereotyping and discrimination to establish themselves as equals to their male counterparts.

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Model Behavior

Model Behavior

Tiger Woods and others proved that athletic talent does not make an individual infallible. And yet, athletes continue to stand as role models in society.

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From the Field to the Classroom

From the Field to the Classroom

Title IX has made a significant and positive impact on many female athletes off the playing field.

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Opening the Last Closet

Opening the Last Closet

When it comes to homosexuality in the United States, athletics is a third-rail issue, more so for men than women.

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The Anatomy of a Meltdown

The Anatomy of a Meltdown

Serena Williams vs. John McEnroe: A gender test case for the court of public opinion

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Leaving a Bad Taste

Leaving a Bad Taste

Viewers of TV sports can recall beer ads they’ve seen. But what messages are these ads conveying?

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