Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2010

Abstract

Perceptions of Senior Woman Administrators (SWAs) were sought regarding the equal provision of 13 Title IX compliance areas in women’s athletic programs as compared to men’s. A five point agree/disagree Likert‐scale survey was electronically mailed to all SWAs at National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) membership institutions throughout the United States. Of the 841 surveys mailed, 406 were returned for a 48.3% return rate. The SWAs disagreed or strongly disagreed at the highest rates that the following five Title IX compliance areas were being provided for equally in the women’s programs when compared to the men’s: publicity (31.0%), locker room facilities (27.1%), coaching (20.0%), recruitment of student‐athletes (15.4%), and equipment and supplies (14.7%). Significant differences between Likert‐scale items of agreement/disagreement were found among the following SWA demographics: marital status, NCAA Division, years of experience, and reporting structure. The SWAs agreed or strongly agreed that the 13 Title IX compliance areas were being provided for equally in the women’s programs when compared to the men’s at the following rates: housing & dining facilities (84.4%), medical & training facilities (84.3%), scheduling of games (81.1%), travel & per diem allowances (80.5%), practice facilities (78.7%), competitive facilities (78.4%), equipment and supplies (77.7%), support services (76.0%), tutoring (74.3%), recruitment of student‐athletes (73.2%), coaching (70.3%), locker room facilities (63.2%), and publicity (55.3%).

Citation/Publisher Attribution

367.Schneider, R.C., Stier, W.F., Henry, T.J. & Wilding, G.E. (2010). Title IX compliance in NCAA athletic departments: perceptions of senior woman administrators. Journal of Human Kinetics, 23, 91-98. Retrieved from: http://www.johk.awf.katowice.pl/

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