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"Why Title IX Should Not Make the Cut" Works Cited or Referenced

Archibald, George. “Title IX Rules Abandon Sex Quotas in Athletics,” The Washington Times [web page] 2003; [Accessed 9 February 2005].

The Associated Press. “Contentious Title IX Hearing Begins,” USA Today [web page] January 30, 2003; [Accessed 9 February 2005].

Bonnette, Valerie M. “An Emotional Agenda Threatens Title IX,” The NCAA News [web page] February 3, 2003; [Accessed 11 February 2005].

Brady, Erik. “Title IX Panel Says It Seeks To Preserve Opportunity For Men,” USA Today [web page] January 29, 2003; [Accessed 11 February 2005].

The Chicago Tribune. “A Reassertion Of Common Sense In Interpreting Title IX,” The ‘Lectric Law Library [web page] May 15, 1995; [Accessed 9 February 2005].

Holschen, Jolie C. 2004. "The Female Athlete," Southern Medical Journal 97.9: 852-858.

Katz, Nikki. “Title IX” [web page] 2005; [Accessed 3 February 2005].

Lapchick, Richard E. “We All Benefit from Women’s Participation in Sports,” Northeastern University Sport in Society: 1-3.

Marklein, Mary Beth. “Title IX’s Impact Measurable, 30 Years Later,” USA Today [web page] June 23, 2002; [Accessed 3 February 2005].

“Richard E. Lapchick” [web page] August 29, 2003; [Accessed 3 February 2005].

Sadker, David. "What Is Title IX" [web page] August 26, 2004; [Accessed 3 February 2005].

Whisenant, Warren A. 2003. "How Women Have Fared as Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Since the Passage of Title IX," Sex Roles 49.3: 179-184.

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