English 125 paper - mens vs womens sports

English 125 paper - mens vs womens sports - Dwan 1 Brad...

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Dwan 1 Brad Dwan Katie Umans English 125 18 September 2006 Formal Outline and Introductory Paragraph (Topic 4) Thesis Statement: The media coverage that women’s professional athletics receive is not nearly of the same caliber as that of men’s athletics, especially on major sports websites such as CNN Sports Illustrated and ESPN. I. ESPN Website A. Men’s athletics 1. Dominated front page 2. Every men’s sport represented B. Women’s athletics 1. Small article about WNBA 2. Must search for any other women’s sports news II. Sports Illustrated Website A. Men’s athletics 1. Dominated front page 2. Every men’s sport represented B. Women’s athletics 1. No women’s athletics shown 2. Only women on front page are S.I. Swimsuit Edition models III. Feminist Majority Foundation Website A. Men’s athletics 1. No men’s athletics shown B. Women’s athletics 1. Every article about women’s athletics 2. Several different sports represented 3. Other women’s sporting news reported IV. Reasons for difference in coverage
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