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The story of women’s participation in the Olympics, as well as women’s stories about that participation, needs an holistic approach such has been taken here. At this point, it is worth noting that my subtitle’s use of the term “mediated” includes both mainstream media (print, electronic, filmic, and technological) and mediatization theory, the latter dealing with ways that media shapes and frames the language of communication within societal boundaries. This undertaking also requires the inclusion of sociocultural and political--economic considerations in its examination of female Olympians’ historical timeline. Here, read about sport/gender, sport communication, Olympism/gender, and Olympics ethics.
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Trivino, Jose Luis Perez. 2013. The challenges of modern sport to ethics: From doping to cyborgs. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Weaving, Charlene. 2014. Smoke and mirrors: A critique of women Olympians’ nude reflections. In Olympic ethics and philosophy, ed. Michael McNamee and Jim Parry, 130–148. Oxon: Routledge.
Wenn, Stephen, Bob Barney, and Scott Martyn. 2011. Tarnished rings: The IOC and the Salt Lake City scandal. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP.
- Concluding Thoughts on Female Olympians
Linda K. Fuller
- Palgrave Macmillan US
- Chapter 6