Athletic Intruders: Ethnographic Research on Women, Culture, and Exercise

@inproceedings{Bolin2003AthleticIE,
  title={Athletic Intruders: Ethnographic Research on Women, Culture, and Exercise},
  author={A. Bolin and J. Granskog},
  year={2003}
}
The title of this collection of nine ethnographic studies is taken from one of the contributors who refers to her African American participants as “athletic intruders” because they participate in predominantly white team contexts. The editors borrow this term to refer to all female athletes because they are considered intruders in the domain of athletics, which is still dominated by men. The studies cover a variety of athletic and sports activities, including aerobics, cardiovascular workouts… Expand
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