Sally Shaw
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" A Strong Man Is Direct and a Direct Woman Is a Bitch": Gendered Discourses and Their Influence on Employment Roles in Sports Organizations.
S Shaw, L Hoeber
Journal of sport management 17 (4), 2003
Can gender equity be more equitable?: Promoting an alternative frame for sport management research, education, and practice
S Shaw, W Frisby
Journal of sport management 20 (4), 483-509, 2006
eSport: Construct specifications and implications for sport management
GB Cunningham, S Fairley, L Ferkins, S Kerwin, D Lock, S Shaw, ...
Sport management review 21 (1), 1-6, 2018
“Everyone rolls up their sleeves and mucks in”: Exploring volunteers’ motivation and experiences of the motivational climate of a sporting event
JB Allen, S Shaw
Sport management review 12 (2), 79-90, 2009
Scratching the back of “Mr X”: Analyzing gendered social processes in sport organizations
S Shaw
Journal of Sport Management 20 (4), 510-534, 2006
'It's been like that for Donkey's Years': The Construction of Gender Relations and the Cultures of Sports Organizations
S Shaw, T Slack
Sport in Society 5 (1), 86-106, 2002
Women coaches’ perceptions of their sport organizations’ social environment: Supporting coaches’ psychological needs?
JB Allen, S Shaw
The Sport Psychologist 23 (3), 346-366, 2009
Gender equity policies in national governing bodies: An oxymoron or a vehicle for change?
S Shaw, D Penney
European sport management quarterly 3 (2), 78-102, 2003
‘I just eat, sleep and dream of surfing’: When surfing meets motherhood
L Spowart, L Burrows, S Shaw
Sport in Society 13 (7-8), 1186-1203, 2010
Image and investment: Sponsorship and women's sport
S Shaw, J Amis
Journal of Sport Management 15 (3), 219-246, 2001
Contemporary qualitative research methods in sport management
L Hoeber, S Shaw
Sport Management Review 20 (1), 4-7, 2017
Unclipping our wings: Ways forward in qualitative research in sport management
S Shaw, L Hoeber
Sport Management Review 19 (3), 255-265, 2016
“If A Woman Came In… She Would Have Been Eaten Up Alive” analyzing gendered political processes in the search for an athletic director
V Schull, S Shaw, LA Kihl
Gender & Society 27 (1), 56-81, 2013
“It basically is a fairly loose arrangement… and that works out fine, really.” Analysing the dynamics of an interorganisational partnership
S Shaw, JB Allen
Sport management review 9 (3), 203-228, 2006
Snowboarding mums carve out fresh tracks: resisting traditional motherhood discourse?
L Spowart, J Hughson, S Shaw
Annals of Leisure Research 11 (1-2), 187-204, 2008
Touching the intangible? An analysis of the equality standard: A framework for sport
S Shaw
Equal Opportunities International, 2007
“We Actually Trust the Community:” Examining the dynamics of a nonprofit funding relationship in New Zealand
S Shaw, JB Allen
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 17 …, 2006
The experiences of high performance women coaches: A case study of two Regional Sport Organisations
S Shaw, JB Allen
Sport Management Review 12 (4), 217-228, 2009
An interdisciplinary approach to examining the working conditions of women coaches
JB Allen, S Shaw
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 8 (1), 1-17, 2013
Gender suppression in New Zealand regional sports trusts
S Shaw
Women in Management Review, 2006
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