The new textbook is going to change our understanding of gender equality in sports

A new book from Harvard University and Princeton University is coming to the U.S. market this month and it is being billed as an authoritative study on gender inequality in the sports industry.

The book, which is called Gender and Sport: The Future of Female Participation in Sport, is based on the work of Harvard professor Katherine Zimmerman, who has written on women in the workplace, and Princeton professor Andrea Arruda.

The two authors say their new book, published in April by Penguin Random House, is the first comprehensive study of the role of gender in sports and gender inequality that is not based on a single research paper.

Zimmerman and Arrude, who have studied sports since the 1970s, say their book is about what happens when women in sports become the dominant presence and dominant voices in the sport.

“The idea is that when women are dominating in sports, we see less inequality,” Zimmerman said.

“It’s a different story for men.”

Women are much more likely than men to be in leadership roles, they said.

But, the authors write, there is still a lot of inequality.

“Women are just as likely to be the first to take the baton in leadership positions as men are, but their leadership experience is still less than that of men,” they wrote in the introduction.

“We find that when men are leading, there’s a very clear pattern of men being more likely to receive a salary than women.”

They also found that the gender gap in pay can be large.

They found that when a woman was promoted to senior executive position, the pay of her male peers was 25 per cent less than the salary of the female equivalent.

Women earn about 60 per cent more than men on average, according to the authors, but are also less likely to have professional jobs than men.

Women have made huge strides in the last 20 years, but there are still huge gaps in pay.

Women are also still making less money than men, they wrote.

Women who are promoted to leadership positions earn more than their male counterparts, on average.

Women, on the other hand, who are not promoted to the top of the organization earn less than men who are.

“This disparity in pay persists despite the fact that women are more likely in professional positions,” the authors wrote.

“But, as a result of the gender wage gap, women who are the head of an organization earn significantly less than their counterparts who are merely senior executive positions.”

For women, leadership in a professional organization often involves having to earn an income to support family and community responsibilities, and, in the case of women in leadership, this may not be possible.

“Zimmermann and Arrid, who worked at Harvard from 1993 to 2005, have researched gender inequality, including workplace violence, racial inequality, and discrimination in the media.

They say their study is the most comprehensive look at the impact of gender inequality on the sports world, and they want to raise awareness about the issues.”

There are a lot more people out there who have been impacted by the gender pay gap than there are people who have not, Zimmerman said in an interview.

“I think there is a sense of injustice about that, a sense that we can’t be a good society if women are underpaid.”

“This is something that we all have to deal with,” she added.

Zuckerman and Arnuda have previously worked on a book about the gender divide in journalism.

The book was published in 2008.

In the new book’s introduction, Zimmerman says the research they have conducted on the pay gap has been particularly influential in their efforts to change the conversation about gender inequality.

They say it has changed how they understand how inequality shapes women’s participation in sports.

“Our work is a continuation of that work,” Zimmerman wrote.

Arruda said her work has also contributed to changing the conversation on sports.”

As the first academic book on the topic, we hope that this book will encourage others to look for their own research and research ideas to further their own understanding of how women’s sports are affected by gender inequality.”

Arruda said her work has also contributed to changing the conversation on sports.

The authors say they have been working on this book for the past five years, and that their work is the “first comprehensive study” on gender in the business of sports.

They have also conducted research with Harvard, Princeton, and other universities, including UCLA, MIT, Stanford, University of Maryland, University College London, the University of New South Wales, and the University at Buffalo.

“These are all institutions that I have attended, and have worked with over a period of time, and I am really impressed with their results,” Zimmerman added.

“They have found that women in professional sports earn significantly more than women in corporate positions, and men in leadership jobs earn significantly lower than men in these positions.

The authors have found, with statistical certainty, that women earn significantly fewer than men at these positions