“Together we can make it better”: Collective action and governance in a girls’ ice hockey association

@article{Stevens2013TogetherWC,
  title={“Together we can make it better”: Collective action and governance in a girls’ ice hockey association},
  author={J. Stevens and Carly Adams},
  journal={International Review for the Sociology of Sport},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={658 - 672}
}
This paper, drawing on collective action literature and situated within the women’s sport movement, offers a case study of a separate girls’ minor hockey association that formed in Ontario in the mid-1990s. The analysis explores the process of establishing a girls’ hockey association that is separate from the boys’ minor hockey umbrella. Two fundamental collective action themes emerged from the data. First, the data revealed the founders of the separate association acted according to both… Expand
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