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The underrepresentation of females is not exclusive to only one part of business, but rather, this idea has been seen throughout athletic administration for many years (Acosta & Carpenter 1998, 2004). To illustrate and attempt to explain women in business, previous research has explored the discipline of the vast psychological barriers and the stereotypes that have been prevalent in society. In addition, past research has been focused within Division I colleges under the NCAA. In this study, I will attempt to synthesize my participant’s responses in order to hone in on the athletic administration aspect of business and attempt to understand and report why women are underrepresented in these specific positions. In a survey conducted to 170 NCAA Division III college athletic administrators, I hope to gain knowledge of the similarities between past research findings and relate them to the conclusions drawn from my study to create a comprehensive picture and answer my research question.
Montgomery, Michelle, "How do factors preventing the career advancement of women relate to the career advancement of women in NCAA Division III top-level athletic administration?" (2013). Sport Management Undergraduate. Paper 99.
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