Anyone for Tennis? Conversations with Black Women Involved in Tennis During the Apartheid Era

This case study is about tennis in South Africa, wherein the game is widely regarded as women-friendly sport as women have always participated in this sport. However, women and girls involved in tennis are subject to the same challenges presented in patriarchal society in the form of gender discrimination and gender sterotyping.

Asset Type:Publications
Collection:Foreign Publications
Subject:Tennis, Gender Discrimination, Black Female Tennis Players
Author:Farieda Khan
Publisher:Routledge Taylor and Francis Group
Publication Date:May 2011

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