Women on Ice

Feminist Essays on the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan Spectacle Cynthia Baughman. 1 || Women Ice on Women on Ice Feminist Essays on the.

Author: Cynthia Baughman

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415911508

Category: Sports & Recreation

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The attack on Nancy Kerrigan at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships set the stage for a Winter Olympics spectacle: Tonya versus Nancy. Women on Ice collects the writings of a diverse group of feminists who address and question our national obsession with Tonya and Nancy and what this tells us about perceptions of women in twentieth century America.
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Gold Medal Ice Hockey for Women and Girls

15.95 Foreword by Ben Smith , Head Coach of the 1998 U. S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team Advance Praise for Gold Medal Ice Hockey for Women and Girls : Katie King and Tricia Dunn epitomize everything that is good and exciting about ...

Author: Tricia Dunn

Publisher: Chandler House Press

ISBN: 1886284377

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 252

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Two members of the U.S. Women's Olympic gold medal-winning ice hockey team share their personal accounts of their sport, along with tips on skating skills, fitness, equipment, rules, conditioning drills, and more for women who want to take up the sport. Original. Tour. IP.
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Women on the Ice

Author: Elizabeth Chipman

Publisher: Melbourne University

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040707171

Category: History

Page: 264

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Women on Ice

She asserts that if we are concerned that the war on drugs is a war on drug users, this book will alert us that it is also a war on suburban families.

Author: Miriam Boeri

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813554617

Category: Social Science

Page: 254

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Methamphetamine (ice, speed, crystal, shard) has been called epidemic in the United States. Yet few communities were ready for increased use of methamphetamine by suburban women. Women on Ice is the first book to study exclusively the lives of women who use the drug and its effects on their families. In-depth interviews with women in the suburban counties of one of the largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. chronicle the details of their initiation into methamphetamine, the turning points into problematic drug use, and for a few, their escape from lives veering out of control. Their life course and drug careers are analyzed in relation to the intersecting influences of social roles, relationships, social/political structures, and political trends. Examining the effects of punitive drug policy, inadequate social services, and looming public health risks, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C, the book gives voice to women silenced by shame. Boeri introduces new and developing concepts in the field of addiction studies and proposes policy changes to more broadly implement initiatives that address the problems these women face. She asserts that if we are concerned that the war on drugs is a war on drug users, this book will alert us that it is also a war on suburban families.
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Women of Ice and Fire

Women of Ice and Fire shows how the GoT universe challenges, exploits, and reimagines gender and why it holds strong appeal to female readers, audiences, and online participants.

Author: Anne Gjelsvik

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501302923

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 288

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George R.R. Martin's acclaimed seven-book fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire is unique for its strong and multi-faceted female protagonists, from teen queen Daenerys, scheming Queen Cersei, child avenger Arya, knight Brienne, Red Witch Melisandre, and many more. The Game of Thrones universe challenges, exploits, yet also changes how we think of women and gender, not only in fantasy, but in Western culture in general. Divided into three sections addressing questions of adaptation from novel to television, female characters, and politics and female audience engagement within the GoT universe, the interdisciplinary and international lineup of contributors analyze gender in relation to female characters and topics such as genre, sex, violence, adaptation, as well as fan reviews. The genre of fantasy was once considered a primarily male territory with male heroes. Women of Ice and Fire shows how the GoT universe challenges, exploits, and reimagines gender and why it holds strong appeal to female readers, audiences, and online participants.
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Junctures in Women s Leadership

Pennington invoked women's roles as homemakers and caregivers in educating women on refrigeration and persuading them to ... Pennington believed that these women would combat consumers' perceptions of the ice industry as a rough and ...

Author: Mary E. O'Dowd

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9781978803701

Category: Medical

Page: 162

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Junctures in Women’s Leadership: Health Care and Public Health offers an eclectic compilation of case studies telling the stories of women leaders in public health and health care, from Katsi Cook, Mohawk midwife, to Virginia Apgar, Katharine Dexter McCormick and Florence Schorske Wald, to Marilyn Tavenner, Suerie Moon, and more. The impact of their work is extraordinarily relevant to the current public discourse including subjects such as the global COVID-19 pandemic, disparities in health outcomes, prevention of disease and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. The leadership lessons gleaned from these chapters can be applied to a broad array of disciplines within government, private business, media, philanthropy, pharmaceutical, environmental and health sectors. Each chapter is authored by a well versed and accomplished woman, demonstrating the book’s theme that there are many paths within health care and public health. The case study format provides an introductory section providing biographical and historical background, setting the stage for a juncture, or decision point, and the resolution. The women are compelling characters and worth knowing.
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The Fastest Game in the World

On the Banff Festival and the Vancouver Amazons, see Wayne Norton, Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada (Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 2009); and Carly Adams, “Troubling Bodies: 'The Canadian Girl,' the Ice ...

Author: Bruce Berglund

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520303737

Category: History

Page: 341

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Played on frozen ponds in cold northern lands, hockey seemed an especially unlikely game to gain a global following. But from its beginnings in the nineteenth century, the sport has drawn from different cultures and crossed boundaries––between Canada and the United States, across the Atlantic, and among different regions of Europe. It has been a political flashpoint within countries and internationally. And it has given rise to far-reaching cultural changes and firmly held traditions. The Fastest Game in the World is a global history of a global sport, drawing upon research conducted around the world in a variety of languages. From Canadian prairies to Swiss mountain resorts, Soviet housing blocks to American suburbs, Bruce Berglund takes readers on an international tour, seamlessly weaving in hockey’s local, national, and international trends. Written in a lively style with wide-ranging breadth and attention to telling detail, The Fastest Game in the World will thrill both the lifelong fan and anyone who is curious about how games intertwine with politics, economics, and culture.
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Women of Invention


Author: Charlotte Montague

Publisher: Chartwell Books

ISBN: 9780785835004

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 195

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Hypatia was a Greek mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who invented the hydrometer in about 400 AD. Described as a charismatic teacher, she was seen as an evil symbol of the pagan science of learning and she was eventually murdered by Christian zealots. For many women in years gone by, the invention process was fraught with danger and difficulty. Not only did they face the hardship and obstacles of inventing, they also had to contend with the sexism and gender discrimination of a male world that believed women had nothing to contribute. Scientific women came to the fore with momentous innovations which were impossible for men to ignore. During World War Two, Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr became a pioneer in wireless communications, developing a “Secret Communications System.” More recently, 20-year-old Ann Makosinski has invented the ingenious Hollow Flashlight which converts radiant body heat into electricity. Meanwhile other women continued inventing in the domestic sphere with Miracle Mops, long-lasting lipsticks, and magic knickers. In every walk of twenty-first century life women have been challenging themselves (and men) to shape the way we live. Some of the incredible innovators featured include Myra Juliet Farrell, Sally Fox, Rosalind Franklin, Helen Murray, Anna Pavlova, Mária Telkes, Giuliana Tesoro, Halldis Aalvik Thune, Ann Tsukamoto, Margaret A. Wilcox, Ada Lovelace, and many more. The 150 remarkable women in this book show all too clearly that not only can invention no longer be described as a male dominated domain but that a woman’s inspiration and ingenuity will probably be driving the life-changing ideas of tomorrow’s world.
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Princeton Alumni Weekly

Sports Women on Ice DAN WHITE '65 E MUST consider the possibility that Princeton's VV women athletes have grown insatiable . In their brief stay at the university , they have insisted on league titles , tournament victories ...


Publisher: princeton alumni weekly

ISBN: PRNC:32101081978262


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Baseball s First Inning

Women would make better childbearers if they spent more time on the ice, the Herald suggested, and that would be good for America. “[T]hey will not only do themselves good, but will enhance the glory of the Amer- ican eagle, ...

Author: William J. Ryczek

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786482834

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 269

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This history of America’s pastime describes the evolution of baseball from early bat and ball games to its growth and acceptance in different regions of the country. Such New York clubs as the Atlantics, Excelsiors and Mutuals are a primary focus, serving as examples of how the sport became more sophisticated and popular. The author compares theories about many of baseball’s “inventors,” exploring the often fascinating stories of several of baseball’s oldest founding myths. The impact of the Civil War on the sport is discussed and baseball’s unsteady path to becoming America’s national game is analyzed at length.
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