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Girl and the Game : A History of Women's Sport in Canada (Paperback) (M. Ann Hall)

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In this new edition of her groundbreaking social history The Girl and the Game (2002), M. Ann Hall updates her lively narrative of how women resisted masculine hegemony in Canadian sport and, in turn, how their efforts were opposed and sometimes supported by men.

The second edition of The Girl and the Game begins with an important new chapter on aboriginal women and their interaction with early sport and ends with a new chapter on how trends and issues facing contemporary women in Canadian sport have their origins in the past. Other new sections focus on gender and the residential school system, the promotion of women?s track and field, the 1928 summer Olympics and the Matchless Six, and aboriginal sportswomen. As in the first edition, Hall introduces her audience to more obscure Canadian female athletes rather than focusing her discussion on household names.

The introduction to the new edition has been updated to reflect the content changes in the narrative. To increase appeal to the course market, chapter titles are more descriptive, the text has been revised to include more subsections, and the 52 black and white images are placed throughout the text.

Number of Pages: 393
Genre: Sports + Recreation, History, Social Science
Sub-Genre: Sports
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Univ of Toronto Pr Higher education
Author: M. Ann Hall
Language: English
Street Date: May 25, 2016
TCIN: 51381710
UPC: 9781442634121
Item Number (DPCI): 248-19-8939
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