Physical educator 47 2 7 this article is about the

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Physical Educator , 47 (2), 7. This article is about the timeline of women coaches; how they’ve gotten burnout, and the reduction in interscholastic coaches. An interesting thing that this article pointed out was discrimination has not really reduced since the beginning of women’s coaching. That was very interesting to me. Another reason that this article points out is that in the past, women coaches did so because they were asked to. They also did it to work with advanced students in a different way. But now coaching has moved to more of a competitive and sporting experience.
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Sierra Pope Where women aren’t as inclined to do so as men. It also talks about women getting burnout of coaching. Burnout isn’t a sign of weakness. It is an actual physical reaction. It comes from stress, which women are very susceptible to in the first place. Overall, this article talked about how women increased in the coaching field, and now how they are declining because of burnout and discrimination. One Small Step for Woman. Journal Of Sport Management [serial online]. January 2002;4(1):92. Available from: SPORTDiscus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed February 8, 2012. This article talks about a social issue that is very relevant, the discrimination of women.
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