Women’s Leadership in American Sport: Progressing or Backsliding?

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A common assumption by women in sport outside the borders of the United States is that, thanks in large part to Title IX, their American counterparts are upwardly mobile, moving in ever-increasing numbers into leadership positions as coaches, senior administrators, and, for the purpose of this article, athletic directors (ADs).


Education | Educational Psychology


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