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The Influence of Gender-Role Socialization, Media Use, and Sports Participation on Perceptions of Sex-Appropriate Sports

@article{Hardin2007TheIO,
  title={The Influence of Gender-Role Socialization, Media Use, and Sports Participation on Perceptions of Sex-Appropriate Sports},
  author={Marie Hardin and Jennifer Greer},
  journal={Journal of sport behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={32},
  pages={1-33}
}
This study seeks to update understanding of how sports in U.S. society are viewed in light ofgender norms. A survey of 340 college students found that even youth who have grown up with Title IXstill rate most sports as masculine, including the newer action sports even though these sports incorporate elements considered generally feminine. The study also examined the relationship between media use, sports participation, and gender role socialization with the typing of sports as masculine or… Expand
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