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AAFLAAmateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles (California)
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Estados Unidos: The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. Recurso en linea: http://www.la84.org/gender-stereotyping-in-televised-sports-a-follow-up-to- the1989-study [Consulta: 22 de julio de 2013].
USA: The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. Recurso en linea: http://www.la84.org/coverageof- womens-sports-in-four-daily-newspapers [Consulta: 22 de mayo de 2012].
USA: The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. Recurso en linea: http://www.la84.org/genderstereotyping-in-televised-sports/ [Consulta: 22 de julio de 2013].
The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles (1990, 1994, 2000) reported a continuing practice of emphasizing men's sports in sport news programs and nearly excluding female athletes.
For example, Daddario (1994), Duncan, and Messner (1998), as well as the studies conducted by the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles (1990, 1994, 2000), claimed that while males were usually referred to during broadcasted sporting events by their last name, females were frequently called by their first name.
Researchers in the 1994 Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles study described significant disparities between how sport news programs described success and failure of male and female athletes.
The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles studies (1990, 1994, 2000), which focused on televised coverage of women's sports and female athletes, reported much less exposure than might be expected based on census data.
The publication of only 157 feature articles about females in sports during the decade of the 1990s reaffirmed a limited celebration of females' achievements by this popular magazine as consistently claimed by the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles studies (1990, 1994, 2000), Bishop (2003), Eastman and Billings (2000), and Messner et al.
Los Angeles: The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. Also available online: Retrieved October 20, 2003 from http:// www.aafla.com/9arr/ResearchReports/tv2000.pdf.
* The Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles (AAFLA) is deploying Portal- ware to build a Web-based library that chronicles 100 years of Olympic history, including reports and photography of events, participants, winners, and local cultures where the games were hosted.
The organization, the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles, which was created from Southern California's share of the surplus from the 1984 Olympics, drew its findings from the Boston Globe, Orange County Register, Dallas Morning News and USA Today.
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