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    • x ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS While my name appears as the sole researcher and author of this study, it would not have been possible without the continual support of many people. At some point I hope to be able to repay them for their help, but for now it is...
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    • 4 Acknowledgements There are so many people that deserve recognition for helping me finishing my masters. First, I would like to thank my committee chair, Art Challis. He has been so helpful even while he maintains a seriously busy schedule. His...
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    • ! 10! drives, and essay contests. Black lists the consequences of competition, framing her argument with Kohn’s arguments: Competition does not motivate students to do their best; Competition does not build students’ character or self-esteem;...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 8 hegemonic masculinity. When the masculine view is the dominant view of the world and drives its culture and history, anyone not fitting into that male category will have difficult hurdles to overcome in order to succeed....
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 31 It is your responsibility to remember to submit your time sheet. If you fail to complete it by the appropriate deadline, it may impact your paycheck. Time off Requests If you know you are unavailable for a period of...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 9 dominance, if they exist on campus, and to determine if there is a need for diversity training which could help to diminish those negative social attitudes. Literature Review Lusher & Robins (2010) argued that “hegemony is...
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    • Fishback Intern 40 Implementing good communication between players, teams, and coaches is very important in keeping the morale of the team high during each game. Tournaments- We traveled to St. George for a tournament during March of the season....
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power ii Acknowledgements There are friends, colleagues, mentors and family who deserve recognition. Had they not been in an influence in my life, this thesis would not have been completed let alone even...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 23 Discrimination of female athletes is an accepted practice by both the dominant and the subordinate group as reported by Walker and Sartore-Baldwin (2013), “society reinforces male dominance in sports by communicating men...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 27 RQ2: To what extent, if any, does hegemonic masculinity (male dominance, female inferiority) exist in Southern Utah University Athletics and other areas of campus? RQ3: To what extent, if any, do different categories of...
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    • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESA AND LISTED SPECIES ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. 4 Acknowledgments Prior to jumping into my thesis, I would first like to briefly acknowledge the great number of people who have helped me to succeed in this...
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    • Tables 1-6 Table 1 – Gay Tolerance Frequency Distribution of Means Statement f M SD Gay and lesbian athletes are just like every other athlete 391 4.21 1.0 It is wrong to make negative remarks or jokes about lesbians or gay men 393 4.16 1.1 Gay...
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    • Table 5 – Gender Bias Frequency Distribution of Means Statement f M SD Football is strictly a man’s game 392 2.29 1.3 Women can be just as strong as men 392 3.73 1.2 Men are the only real athletes 394 1.34 .69 Women and men are equals when it 393...
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    • athletic team. (5) 6. I would be comfortable showering or changing clothes around a gay person. (6)      7. Gay people should be allowed to marry each other. (7)      8. I would not invite gay or lesbian athletes to my party. (8)    ...
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    • athletes. (23) 24. Women and men are equals when it comes to sports. (24)      25. Sports with women playing are not “real” sports. (25)      26. Men’s sports teams do not deserve more funding than Women’s sports teams. (26)      27....
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    • perspectives & strengths to sports teams. (31) 32. Women can play sports and still be feminine. (32)      33. Women should only be allowed to play non-contact sports. (33)      34. Letting female athletes into sports can ruin the...
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    • Appendix C – Survey Results 9 9. There is nothing wrong with homosexuality. 94 70 77 26 136 403 3.10 10 10. I do not mind openly gay athletes. 14 33 74 102 175 398 3.98 11 11. I do not like meeting or knowing about the partners of gays...
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    • Appendix C – Survey Results 19 19. I would never have a gay friend. 255 98 35 8 7 403 1.55 20 20. I would feel uncomfortable with a gay or lesbian coach. 183 92 62 34 28 399 2.08 21 21. Football is strictly a man’s game. 148 101 70 58 25 402...
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    • Appendix C – Survey Results when playing sports. 30 30. Female athletes can be just as aggressive as male athletes. 7 8 21 127 241 404 4.45 31 31. Female athletes can bring positive perspectives & strengths to sports teams. 2 7 17 140 238 404...

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