‘I don't think I can catch it’: women, confidence and responsibility in football coach education

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Fielding‐Lloyd, Beth; Meân, Lindsey;

Whilst women’s participation in sport continues to increase, their presence remains ideologically challenging given the significance of sport for the construction of gendered identities. As a hegmonically masculine institution, leadership roles across sport remain male-... View more
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