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    Chalabaev, A., Sarrazin, P., Fontayne, P., Boiché, J. and Clément-Guillotin, C.

    The influence of sex stereotypes and gender roles on participation and performance in sport and exercise: Review and future directions

    2013 - Psychology of Sport and Exercise

    In-text: (Chalabaev et al. 136-144)

    Your Bibliography: Chalabaev, Aïna et al. "The Influence Of Sex Stereotypes And Gender Roles On Participation And Performance In Sport And Exercise: Review And Future Directions." Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14.2 (2013): 136-144. Web.

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    Health Culture and Society


    In-text: (Health Culture and Society)

    Your Bibliography: Health Culture and Society. 2015. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

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    Hernández, M. D. R. N., González, P. I. R. and Sánchez, S. V.

    Gender and Constructs from the Hidden Curriculum

    2013 - CE

    In-text: (Hernández, González and Sánchez 89-92)

    Your Bibliography: Hernández, Ma. del Refugio Navarro, Prisca Icela Romo González, and Salvador Vázquez Sánchez. "Gender And Constructs From The Hidden Curriculum." CE 04.12 (2013): 89-92. Web.

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    Moat Primary


    In-text: (Moat Primary)

    Your Bibliography: Moat Primary. 2015. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

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    Spoor, J. and Schmitt, M.

    ‘‘Things Are Getting Better’’ Isn’t Always Better: Considering Women’s Progress Affects Perceptions of and Reactions to Contemporary Gender Inequality

    2011 - Basic and Applied Social Psychology

    In-text: (Spoor and Schmitt 24-36)

    Your Bibliography: Spoor, J, and M Schmitt. "‘‘Things Are Getting Better’’ Isn’T Always Better: Considering Women’S Progress Affects Perceptions Of And Reactions To Contemporary Gender Inequality." Basic and Applied Social Psychology 33.1 (2011): 24-36. Print.

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    Washington Post


    In-text: (Washington Post)

    Your Bibliography: Washington Post. 2015. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

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