It's All for the Kids Gender, Families, and Youth Sports
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Description: Today, in a world quite different from the one that existed just thirty years ago, both girls and boys play soccer, baseball, softball, and other youth sports. Yet has the dramatic surge in participation by girls contributed to greater gender equality? In this engaging study, leading sociologist Michael A. Messner probes the richly complex gender dynamics of youth sports. Weaving together vivid first-person interviews with his own experiences as a volunteer for his sons' teams, Messner finds that despite the movement of girls into sports, gender boundaries and hierarchies still dominate, especially among the adults who run youth sports. His book widens into a provocative exploration of why youth sports matter--how they play a profound role in shaping gender, class, family, and community.
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 3/18/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|"It's All for the Kids": Gender, Families, and Youth Sports|
|"Looking for a Team Mom": Separating the Men from the Moms|
|"We Don't Like Chick Coaches": Women at the Helm|
|"You Don't Have to be a Drill Sergeant": Men at the Helm|
|"They're Different-and They're Born Different": Engendering the Kids|
|"It's a Safe and Fun Place for Kids": Youth Sports, Families, and the Good Community|
|Demographic Description of Interview Subjects|
|Racial/Ethnic Composition of South Pasadena LLB/S and AYSO Coaches and of the City of South Pasadena|
|Proportion of AYSO and LLB/S Women Head Coaches in Communities Surrounding South Pasadena|
|In the Field|