These are the sources and citations used to research Pressures of hegemonic femininity. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Blinde and Taub, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Blinde, E. and Taub, D., 1992. Women Athletes as Falsely Accused Deviants: Managing the Lesbian Stigma. The Sociological Quarterly, 33(4), pp.521-533.
In-text: (Cox and Thompson, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Cox, B. and Thompson, S., 2001. Facing the Bogey: Women, Football and Sexuality. Football Studies, 4(2), pp.7-24.
In-text: (Dworkin, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Dworkin, S., 2001. “Holding Back”: Negotiating a Glass Ceiling on Women's Muscular Strength. Sociological Perspectives, 44(3), pp.333-350.
In-text: (Engh, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Engh, M., 2010. Tackling femininity: The heterosexual paradigm and women's soccer in South Africa. The International Journal of the History of Sport, 28(1), pp.137-152.
In-text: (George, 2005)
Your Bibliography: George, M., 2005. Making Sense of Muscle: The Body Experiences of Collegiate Women Athletes*. Sociological Inquiry, 75(3), pp.317-345.
In-text: (Mosewich, Vangool, Kowalski and McHugh, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Mosewich, A., Vangool, A., Kowalski, K. and McHugh, T., 2009. Exploring Women Track and Field Athletes' Meanings of Muscularity. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 21(1), pp.99-115.
In-text: (Taub and Blinde, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Taub, D. and Blinde, E., 1992. Eating disorders among adolescent female athletes: Influence of athletic participation and sport team membership. Adolescence, 27(108), pp.833-848.
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