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The Girl and the Game traces the history of women's organized sport in Canada from its early informal roots in the late nineteenth century through the formation of amateur and professional teams to today's tendency to market women athletes especially Olympians as both athletic and sexual When women actively participate in the symbols practices and institutions of sport what they do is often not considered real sport nor in some cases are they viewed as real women What follows from this notion of sport as a site of cultural struggle is that the history of women in sport is also a history of cultural resistance

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Mobi ↠ The Girl and the Game A History of Women's Sport in Canada ´ ¸ Danpashley ↠ ❂ [EPUB] ✺ The Girl and the Game A History of Women's Sport in Canada By M. Ann Hall ➛ – Danpashley.co.uk The Girl and the Game traces the history of women's organizThe Girl and the Game traces the history of women's organized sport in Canada from its early informal roots in the late nineteenth century through the formation of amateur and professional teams to today's tendency to market women athletes especially Olympians as both athletic and sexual When women actively participate in the symbols practices and institutions of sport what they do is often not considered real sport nor in some cases are they viewed as real women What follows from this notion of sport as a site of cultural struggle is that the history of women in sport is also a history of cultural resistanc