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Brake, Deborah L
Getting in the game : Title IX and the women's sports revolution / Deborah L. Brake
Alternate Title Title IX and the women's sports revolution
New York : New York University Press, c2010
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  KF4166 .B73 2010    AVAILABLE
Gift from Carl and Dianne Philpott, 2011
Subject(s) Sex discrimination in sports -- Law and legislation -- United States
Women athletes -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States
Subject United States. Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX
Physical Description x, 287 p. ; 24 cm
NOTE Gift from Carl and Dianne Philpott, 2011
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-276) and index
Contents Introduction : The feminism of Title IX -- Separate is equal? -- Integration rights : girls playing with boys and boys playing with girls -- The three-part test and the opportunity to play -- Complicating equal participation : what counts as a sport, which sports should women play, and which women get to play them? -- Cutting men's opportunities to help women? : Title IX and leveling down -- Treatment as an equal -- The dilemma of difference and the "problem" of pregnancy -- Beyond equal access : retaliation, coaching, and sexual harassment -- Conclusion
Summary Title IX, a landmark federal statute enacted in 1972 to prohibit sex discrimination in education, has worked its way into American culture as few other laws have. The subject of web blogs and T-shirt slogans, it is credited with opening the doors to the massive numbers of girls and women now participating in competitive sports--yet few people fully understand the extent to which it has succeeded in challenging the gender norms that have circumscribed women's place in society more generally. In this first legal analysis of Title IX, law professor Deborah L. Brake assesses the statute's successes and failures. She provides a richer understanding and appreciation of what Title IX has accomplished, while taking a critical look at the places where it has fallen short.--From publisher description
Series Critical America
Alternate Author Library donation, 2011

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