Thus, perceived risk partially mediated the association between sports participation and unsafe sex. Powerade is gaining market share 66 , with U. It was crazy," Louganis says. It then cuts to the adult Shields training alone with a speed bag in a boxing gym. GLM results are interpreted similarly to ordinary least squares regression; however, the use of z and chi-square tests are used instead of the corresponding t and f-tests, and a measure of association i.
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Expanding the boundaries of sport media research: Food feeds our souls, lifts our spirits, nourishes and sustains us. When we repeated the analysis using this measure instead of condom use at last sex, results were identical. Regardless, these findings warrant additional research on athletes and unsafe sexual practices. Although little research has explored sexual behavior among athletes in early adolescence, previous studies have shown that students, especially females, who participate in extracurricular activities and athletics derive a host of benefits: You must be logged in to post a comment.
Sexual Abuse in Sport - Effects and Methodology
Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations. Field Methods, 15 1 , Shields was the most competitively successful of the three athletes chosen for this series, and she was competing in a gender atypical sport 8 , providing Powerade the opportunity to break new ground, which it did to a degree with the explicitly feminist content of its voiceover. They also wear nearly identical tight fitting cycling apparel in similar colors and are engaged in cycling competition. One skier tells a story from the Vancouver Games in , when six athletes -- "some Germans, Canadians and Austrians" -- got together at a home outside the Whistler village. Table 1 presents the average quantity and frequency of alcohol use, number of sexual partners, frequency of unprotected sex, and perceived risk for athletes and non-athletes, separately by gender.