How Women Have Fared as Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Since the Passage of Title IX

@article{Whisenant2003HowWH,
  title={How Women Have Fared as Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Since the Passage of Title IX},
  author={Warren A. Whisenant},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={2003},
  volume={49},
  pages={179-184}
}
The purpose of this study was to assess how well women have fared under Title IX at the interscholastic level, not as participants or coaches, but beyond the playing field into the offices of the athletic director. Demographic data were collected pertaining to the gender of members who belong to state high school athletic director associations identified by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). An analysis of the gender composition of those state… 

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