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Game Over? Male and female sportswriters’ attitudes toward their jobs and plans to leave journalism
Unformatted Document Text:  Game Over? 31 19(4), 419-432. Progress stalled for newspaper women; Greater numbers but not greater advancement. (2002). Media Report to Women 30(1): 3-4. Reinardy, S. (2006). It’s game time: The Maslach burnout inventory measures burnout of sports journalists, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 83(2), 397-412. Reinardy, S. (2008). Survey measures burnout in newspaper sports editors, Newspaper Research Journal, 29(2), 40-54. Spreitzer, G. M. (1995). Psychological empowerment at the workplace: Dimensions, measurements, and validation. Academy of Management Journal, 38(5), 1442- 1465. Smucker, M. K., Whisenant, W. A., & Pederson, P. M. (2003). An investigation of job satisfaction and female sports journalists, Sex Roles, 49, 401-407. Survey: Sunny news amid industry turmoil, (2008) Quill 7(9): 4. Theberge, N, & Crook, A. (1984). Work routines in newspaper sports departments and the coverage of women’s sports, Sociology of Sport Journal, 3(3), 196-203. Towner, T., Nishikawa, K., Clawson, R., & Waltenburg, E (2006, April). Interviewing the Interviewers: Journalistic Norms and Racial Diversity in the Newsroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois. Underwood, D., & Bagwell, D. (2006). Journalists with literary ambitions no less satisfied with their jobs, Newspaper Research Journal, 27(2), 75-83. Weaver, D., &Wilhoit, G. C., (1994). Daily newspaper journalists in the 1990s, Newspaper Research Journal, 15(3), 3-21.

Authors: Jones, Jessie. and Greer, Jennifer.
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Game Over? 31
19(4), 419-432.
Progress stalled for newspaper women; Greater numbers but not greater advancement. 
(2002). Media Report to Women 30(1): 3-4.
Reinardy, S. (2006). It’s game time: The Maslach burnout inventory measures burnout of 
sports journalists, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 83(2), 397-412.
Reinardy, S. (2008). Survey measures burnout in newspaper sports editors, Newspaper 
Research Journal, 29(2), 40-54.
Spreitzer, G. M. (1995). Psychological empowerment at the workplace: Dimensions, 
measurements, and validation. Academy of Management Journal, 38(5), 1442-
1465.
Smucker, M. K., Whisenant, W. A., & Pederson, P. M. (2003). An investigation of job 
satisfaction and female sports journalists, Sex Roles, 49, 401-407.
Survey: Sunny news amid industry turmoil, (2008) Quill 7(9): 4. 
Theberge, N, & Crook, A. (1984). Work routines in newspaper sports departments and 
the coverage of women’s sports, Sociology of Sport Journal, 3(3), 196-203.
Towner, T., Nishikawa, K., Clawson, R., & Waltenburg, E (2006, April). Interviewing 
the Interviewers: Journalistic Norms and Racial Diversity in the Newsroom
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science 
Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois. 
Underwood, D., & Bagwell, D. (2006). Journalists with literary ambitions no less 
satisfied with their jobs, Newspaper Research Journal27(2), 75-83.
Weaver, D., &Wilhoit, G. C., (1994). Daily newspaper journalists in the 1990s, 
Newspaper Research Journal15(3), 3-21.


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