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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiv
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvi
  • 1 - Young Children's Social Constructions of Physicality and Gender 7
  • 2 - Through the Eyes of Youth 17
  • 3 - Playing Sports and Social Acceptance 28
  • 4 - Late to the Line 37
  • 5 - Little League Mothers and the Reproduction of Gender 46
  • 6 - Rock Climbers and Rugby Players 67
  • 7 - Making Decisions 77
  • 8 - Becoming an International Athlete 86
  • 9 - Coming of Age in North America 96
  • 10 - Becoming 100 Percent Straight 104
  • 11 - The Game Begins at Home 111
  • 12 - High School Football 133
  • 13 - Skateboarding 139
  • 14 - Being Physical 146
  • 15 - Jay White Hawk 156
  • 16 - College Athletes in High-Profile Media Sports 162
  • 17 - Fans, Status, and the Gift of Golf 171
  • 18 - Wives Incorporated 180
  • 19 - Threats to Sport Careers 203
  • 20 - When the Balance is Gone 214
  • 21 - Moving On 223
  • 22 - Retiring from the Sideline 232
  • Index 241
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