3 edition of The socialization of female college athletes found in the catalog.
The socialization of female college athletes
William F Dyke
Written in English
|Statement||by William F. Dyke|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 57 leaves|
|Number of Pages||57|
Balancing school, sports and a social life can be more difficult than you think, but for some, the challenge is what they strive for (Image via The Guidon) College x Octo The Struggle Is Real: How Being a Student-Athlete Is More Than Just Fun and Games. Football has been at the center of this fight. But the ruling from the NLRB would impact women’s sports, too. If men get paid to play, then Title IX says women do too.
Under the lens of media, female athletes are more likely to show their feminine attributes and beautiful appearance (2, 5). The image of strong and powerful female athletes and tom girl expression are often suppressed. (5). Female athletes are not only feminized, but . Female college stu-dents (M = , SD = ) had higher levels of depres-sion than did male college students (M = , SD = ). Men and women did not significantly differ on self-esteem or social connectedness; nor was there a significant interac-tion effect between athlete status and gender, F(3,) = , p
According to a recent survey of 2, college students by College Pulse, a majority of students support initiatives to pay college athletes, and an Author: Abigail Hess. Submitted by: Richard C. Bell, Ed.D., J.D. Abstract: Women's opportunities for competitive physical activity were limited in America until Federal Legislation, commonly referred to as Title IX, became law. It required American society to recognize a woman's right to participate in sports on a plane equal to that of men. Prior to , activities for women.
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Get this from a library. The socialization of female college athletes: factors relevant to athletic participation and college choice.
[William F Dyke]. The item The socialization of female college athletes: factors relevant to athletic participation and college choice, by William F. Dyke represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University.
Although access has increased for women in college athletics since the passage of Title IX—particularly as student-athletes—the percentages of women holding positions in the coaching and administrative ranks have significantly decreased over time. 1 The number of women assuming positions within the athletic training field has increased and will undeniably continue to grow; however, female head athletic trainers (ATs) and female ATs.
Socialization is the process in which athletes are prepared to be functioning members of their organization or team by learning the knowledge, skills, values, and norms deemed appropriate by Author: Jonathan Marx. see more details of student-athletes (N=) participating in 17 Division I-A sports at a southern comprehensive university.
Surveys were administered using computer-aided, self-interviewing (CASI) protocols. The results indicate that male and female athletes vary in their student-athlete socialization socialization Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: Female athletes (n= ), female nonathletes (n= ), and male nonathletes (n= 88) completed a questionnaire to assess significant others' influence on sport involvement during childhood, adolescence, and college years.
Results indicated that interest and encouragement by parents, older siblings, and friends significantly increased for female athletes over the past 10 years during one or Cited by: Prolonged amenorrhea in athletes is associated with osteoporosis and an increased risk of fracture -- the "female-athlete triad" of disordered eating, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis.
An important message of this book is that menstrual irregularities and amenorrhea should be taken seriously by coaches and health care providers and not merely dismissed as a normal consequence of by: Although sport access for females has greatly improved, certain behaviors continue to be considered more or less appropriate for females depending upon how compatible they are with biologically or socially constructed female characteristics.
However, young women who have grown up playing sports and continue participation at the college level have constructed meanings about being Cited by: Women's and girls' participation in sports grows exponentially every year, and everyone knows that women's bodies are constructed differently from men's, yet there have been no books on sports injury and health specific to a female athlete's needs.
Until now. In The Female Athlete's Body Book, Dr. Gloria Beim--orthopedic surgeon, physician for the U.S. National Track Cycling Team, and Cited by: 2. College sports and the money in it puts a kind of pressure of performance on student athletes that ends up crossing the line with a full time job for the athletes, because it is a full time job Author: Caroline Najjar.
Findings can help expand our understanding of sources of masculinity socialization and suggest ways that psychologists can serve as a resource to coaches and student-athletes. (PsycINFO Database. According to Modernist feminist ideals, the objectification of female athletes even endangers the inherent value of sex, which, instead of giving “infinite orgastic bliss,” can become a “strangely joyless national compulsion, if not a contemptuous mockery” (Friedan ).
In the book Strong Women, Deep Closets: Lesbians and Homophobia in Sports, Pat Griffin discusses the pressure on female athletes to constantly prove they, and their sport, are acceptably feminine, for fear of being labeled who engaged in, and openly enjoyed, sports have often been viewed with suspicion or concern, ranging from beliefs that physical exertion.
College Athletes for Hire The Evolution and Legacy of the NCAA's Amateur Myth by Allen L. Sack and Ellen J. Staurowsky. Reviewed by Eric Niederhoffer. and posted Febru DuringI had the opportunity to read the following book (which I purchased over the internet): Sack, A.
and E. Staurowsky. college grade point average, college gender-based grade point average, and gender-based ACT score. The chi square test was calculated for the high school class rank and college graduation rate. The male athletes accounted for 61 participants while female athletes in. Triumphs & Tribulations of Athletes on and off the field.
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Books shelved as women-athletes: Her Fearless Run: Kathrine Switzer’s Historic Boston Marathon by Kim Chaffee, Babe Conquers the World: The Legendary Lif Missing: socialization. H utchins isn’t the only successful female coach with strong female role models in her biography.
Pat Summitt played in college under Nadine Gearin, the University of Tennessee at Martin’s first women’s basketball coach. Tara VanDerveer, the standout coach of the Stanford University women’s basketball team, was coached by Bea Gorton at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Objective: In this dissertation the differences between NCAA athletes and other college students who participate in sports at various levels (i.e., club sports and intramural) were examined. The effects of different types of academic socialization received and the primary source of these messages on grade point average and professional sport.
According to this theory of social class, social stratification and inequality in society and sport organizations is necessary, justifiable, and legitimate Structural functionalist According to this social class theory, as members of the labor class college athletes who participate in big-time college sport are being economically exploited by.
 As ofaboutwomen played college sports, compared to o inand about million girls played high school sports, compared to onlyin (Harvard Law Review ).
 Still, the media have been slow to reflect the increase in participation in women’s sports. As ofonly percent of all sports column inches and 5 percent of television.Inonly 1 out of 1, of the murders of women by their spouses were committed by athletes, in less than 35 student athletes were arrested for forcible sex offenses out of the 1, reported on college campuses (Lapchick, ).
Despite these facts, Black student athletes are continually characterized as violent, aggressive toward Cited by: The Best Female College Athlete ESPY Award was an annual award honoring the achievements of a female individual from the world of collegiate sports.
It was first presented as part of the ESPY Awards infollowing the subsumption of the Best Female College Basketball Player ESPY Award, which was presented annually between the and ceremonies, tly held by: Kelly Barnhill (USA).