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Steven M. Ortiz

findings, we can see how identifying the type of work a wife relies on in her delivery of care work helps our understanding of how she is able to provide it to her husband even when he resists. Care Work in the Sport Marriage Those who engage in care work do so because they feel some affection, altruism

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Hal A. Lawson

confronted more fundamental ones regarding my specialization. My work with local schools was rewarding, but I had not learned how to use it for publications. I felt called to service, but faculty performance evaluations did not reward altruism. The solution was deceptively simple, albeit stressful. I worked

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Kim Bissell, Andrew C. Billings, and Bumsoo Park

, C.D. , Ahmad , N. , Lishner , D.A. , Tsang , J. , Snyder , C.R. , & Lopez , S.J. ( 2002 ). Empathy and altruism . In S. Lopez & C.R. Synder (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of hypo-egoic phenomena ( 2nd ed. , pp.  161 – 174 ). Oxford . Batson , C.D. , Polycarpou , M.C. , Harmon

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Samuel López-Carril and Christos Anagnostopoulos

if necessary at all), this altruistic behavior can be capitalized upon in the future through well-thought-out follow-up CSR initiatives. b. If altruism is extremely difficult during such moments, creating a new generation of fans by steering all CSR initiatives toward them and generating social media

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James Du, Heather Kennedy, Jeffrey D. James, and Daniel C. Funk

participation experiences ( Filo et al., 2018 ). Moreover, a charity motive as captured in the EMI-2 scale ( Markland & Ingledew, 1997 ), underscores the importance of altruism to explain exercise engagement. However, research has also highlighted how a charity component can facilitate social interaction before

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Ken R. Lodewyk

reliability coefficients (>.70; Ashton & Lee, 2007 ; Lee & Ashton, 2004 ), including with adolescents ( Book, Volk, & Hosker, 2012 ). It consists of 100 items (96 items for the purposes of this study since the optional 4-item altruism scale was omitted) answered on a 5-point Likert-type scale (1 =  strongly

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Terilyn C. Shigeno, E. Earlynn Lauer, Leslee A. Fisher, Emily J. Johnson, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

& Bredemeier, 1995 ). In other words, an athlete would help an opponent up without rational thought because it is simply “what is done.” However, those who view morality more cognitively might believe that the athlete was motivated by moral reasons (e.g., altruism) when helping the opponent up. To date, the

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Christianne M. Eason, Stephanie M. Singe, and Kelsey Rynkiewicz

relationships and interdependencies which are crucial for productive lives. Additionally, guilt has been linked to altruism and the inclination for an individual to feel empathy toward the suffering of others. 19 While the athletic training literature is full of empirical evidence regarding WFC, we are

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Jeremy J. Foreman, Joshua S. Bendickson, and Birton J. Cowden

. Existing literature has discussed additional agency costs for the individual through self-interest, altruism, and incentives ( Jensen, 1994 ). Our findings show that coaches are given convoluted decision inputs, creating a scenario to be altruistic for player health, do as instructed by the owners, and

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Kathy Babiak and Stacy-Lynn Sant

identify giving attitudes, values, and priorities. The literature on individual philanthropy (e.g.,  Apinunmahakul & Devlin, 2008 , Radley & Kennedy, 1995 ; Sargeant, Ford, & West, 2006 ) has examined giving motivations and highlights two main perspectives: altruism or self-interest. From a self