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dc.contributor.authorBrackenridge, CH-
dc.contributor.authorFasting, K-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Sexual Aggression. 8(2): 3-15en
dc.description.abstractThis special issue of the Journal of Sexual Aggression draws on the contributions to a Symposium on ‘Sexual Harassment in Sport – Challenges for Sport Psychology in the New Millennium’, held at the Xth Congress of the International Society for Sport Psychology, Skiathos, Greece from May 28th to June 2nd 2001. The symposium, which was organised by the authors of this editorial, was intended to move forward the international research agenda on sexual harassment and abuse in sport and to examine professional practice issues for sport psychologists. It was clear from the attendance of over 60 delegates at that symposium that international interest in this subject is growing. Further evidence of this came from the attendance of 26 members states – from Azerbaijan to Sweden - at a Council of Europe seminar on The Protection of Children, Young People and Women in Sport, held in Helsinki in September 2001.en
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dc.publisherWhiting and Birch/Taylor and Francisen
dc.subjectSport; Sexual harassment; Abuseen
dc.subjectPolicy; Researchen
dc.titleSexual harassment and abuse in sport: The research contexten
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