This article approaches women's scientific and humanistic production in the journal Citius, Altius, Fortius. Based on several previous bibliometric and thematic studies - where the journal's epistemological orientation and ideological and editorial trajectory were analyzed - this research aims to highlight and analyze the role of women who collaborate in the journal in order to set these representations. The article deals particularly with women's conceptions as physical activity practitioners.
Descriptive, comparative and content analysis techniques have been used, emphasizing ideological discourse. In conclusion we point out the disproportion of women's scientific production, which shows males' dominant position in physical activity studies at that time.
The very female authors' perspective about sportswomen is in fact an accommodative, and even a servile, position towards the dominant physicaleducative and sport discourses.
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