The problem to be addressed in this study [RD1] is the inequality of sports journalism that occurs even in the face [RD2] of the legislation of Title IX. Notably[RD3] ,



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The problem to be addressed in this study [RD1] is the inequality of sports journalism that occurs even in the face [RD2] of the legislation of Title IX. Notably[RD3] , the world of sports journalism is male-dominated and hence[RD4]  has not caught up with what the law requires [RD5] of them in regard to equality in coverage of women’s sports. The coverage of women’s sports is not at par[RD6]  with that of men as it is evident that their coverage lags behind and no specific focus is put on it (Druckman et al, 2018). Clearly[RD7] , it is evident that the media puts the limelight on male athletes and tends to ignore female athletes and their exploits. As such, female athletes are not exposed and their exploits remain unheard of, yet Title IX was enacted to bring equality in sports.

Markedly, the coverage of women’s sports puts focus on their sexuality and femininity other than what they have achieved in the field or court. Male athletes tend to be framed as heroic masculine ideals who honor endurance, courage, and strength, while female athletes are depicted in traditional roles that are based on their femininity, mostly as sex objects, wives, or mothers (Roessner & Whiteside, 2016). This shows the existing inequality when it comes to sports journalism, yet Title IX was enacted for the purpose of granting women equal playing time. As such, this has to be put into consideration so that the women acquire equal coverage and that their exploits are highlighted just as those of men are often highlighted.

 [RD1]Begin with “The problem to be addressed by this study is…”

 [RD2]Be sure to adhere to an academic tone in your writing. Avoid using jargon, informal/casual language, idiomatic expressions, or clichés in formal writing. 


•Avoid making broad generalizations (i.e., always, never). 

•Avoid using over-sweeping adjectives (outstanding, obvious). 

•Avoid using adverbs (really, clearly). 

•Avoid qualifiers or inexact language (a little, definitely).  Approximations of quantity (e.g., quite a large part, practically all, beautiful, or very few) are interpreted differently by different readers or in different contexts.  Approximations weaken statements.

•Avoid emotional language (It is heartbreaking that so many are starving). 

•Avoid inflammatory language (Smith’s study was terrible, sickening, sad).


 [RD3]Please avoid these intros

 [RD4]Please address word choice

 [RD5]What does the law require them to do

 [RD6]Please address word choice throughout

 [RD7]Please address throughout

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