Silence, Sports Bras, And Wrestling Porn

@article{Messner2003SilenceSB,
  title={Silence, Sports Bras, And Wrestling Porn},
  author={Michael A. Messner and Margaret Carlisle Duncan and Cheryl Cooky},
  journal={Journal of Sport \& Social Issues},
  year={2003},
  volume={27},
  pages={38 - 51}
}
This study of televised sports news on three network affiliates and ESPN’s SportsCenter extends and expands on earlier studies in 1990 and 1994 to examine the quality and quantity of televised coverage of women’s sports.The dominant finding over the decade spanned by the three studies is the lack of change. Women’s sports are still “missing in action” on the nightly news, and are even less visible on SportsCenter. Textual analysis revealed some change over the decade, but mostly showed… 

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