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Women (not) watching women: Leisure time, television and implications for coverage of women’s sports. (with Marie Hardin), Communication, Culture & Critique (2011)

This research explores the factors in choices women make about watching sports. The assumption about...

 

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Token responses to gendered newsrooms: Factors in the career-related decisions of female newspaper sports journalists (with Marie Hardin), Journalism (2009)

Female sports journalists work as tokens in gendered organizations where masculinity is integral to hierarchical...

 

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Toy department or public-service journalism? The relationship between reporters’ ethics and attitudes toward the profession (with Bu Zhong), International Journal of Sport Communication (2009)

U.S. sports operations have been described as newsroom “toy departments,” at least partly because of...

 

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The Power of “Small Stories:” Narratives and Notions of Gender Equality in Conversations About Sport (with Marie Hardin), Sociology of Sport Journal (2009)

This study examines narratives by young adults about sport and gender in relation to equality....

 

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Sports reporters divided over concerns about Title IX (with Marie Hardin), Newspaper Research Journal (2009)

Although most sports reporters said they were familiar with Title IX, attitudes toward the law...