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Flipping the long-standing paradigm about negative media representations of sportswomen, this book celebrates their progress, especially relative to the Olympic Games. Inspired by 2012 London, it begins by reviewing theoretical approaches to the topic before introducing the author’s gendered critical discourse analysis (GCDA), along with the notion of sport mediatization, a review of the literature, and applications of sexism, racism, and ageism. Globally celebratory, it introduces both well-known and lesser-known female Olympians (and Paralympians) and outlines what to expect in next chapters in terms of their intersecting history, politics, economics, and sociocultural accomplishments.
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