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Gender diversity in European sport governance
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  • Gender diversity in European sport governance
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  • Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
Physical Description
  • xviii, 231 pages ; 24 cm.
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  • Europe in world perspective : the Sydney Scoreboard Global Index for women in sport leadership -- Turkey : men's resistance to gender equality in sport governance -- Spain : social, political and organisational explanations -- Catalonia : the voices of female chairs of sports clubs -- Poland : under-representation and misrecognition of women in sport leadership -- Hungary : unquestioned male dominance in sport governance -- Germany : a long way to go -- The Netherlands : transformations but still a great deal to be done -- England : a "sporting future" for all -- Scotland : over the starting line or still in the blocks? -- Norway : gender, governance and the impact of quota regulations -- Sweden : a gender perspective on sport governance -- Cricket : the Women's Cricket Association and the England and Wales Cricket Board -- Snowboarding : women's agency from outsiders to insiders in the organisation -- Meta-analyses : data and methodologies -- Meta-analyses : policies and strategies -- Meta-analyses : theoretical issues -- Progress, stability and future possibilities.
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  • "Gender equality is one of the founding democratic principles of the EU. However, recent studies of the Federation of Olympic Sports in Europe have shown that women occupy only fourteen percent of decision-making positions in sport organizations. This book presents a comprehensive and comparative study of how various regions and countries of Europe have addressed this lack of gender diversity, discussing which strategies have brought about change and to what extent these changes have been successful. With contributions from leading sport sociologists, covering countries such as Germany, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Spain, Turkey and the UK, it provides a foundation for future policymaking, methodological analyses and theoretical developments that can result in sustainable gender equality in European sport governance. Gender Diversity in European Sport Governance is important reading for scholars and students in the fields of sociology of sport, sport management, sociology, gender studies and studies of organization, management and leadership. It is also a valuable resource for policy makers in the EU, as well as national sport organizations and activists"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Online version: Gender diversity in European sport governance Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019 ISBN 9781315115061
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  • 9781138070530
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Gender equality is one of the founding democratic principles of the EU. However, recent studies of the Federation of Olympic Sports in Europe have shown that women occupy only fourteen percent of decision-making positions in sport organizations.

This book presents a comprehensive and comparative study of how various regions and countries of Europe have addressed this lack of gender diversity, discussing which strategies have brought about change and to what extent these changes have been successful. With contributions from leading sport sociologists, covering countries such as Germany, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Spain, Turkey and the UK, it provides a foundation for future policymaking, methodological analyses and theoretical developments that can result in sustainable gender equality in European sport governance. 

Gender Diversity in European Sport Governance is important reading for scholars and students in the fields of sociology of sport, sport management, sociology, gender studies and studies of organization, management and leadership. It is also a valuable resource for policy makers in the EU, as well as national sport organizations and activists.

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