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Mary D. Fry, Candace M. Hogue, Susumu Iwasaki, and Gloria B. Solomon

, Duda, & Chi, 1992 ). Newton and colleagues ( 2007 ) later identified a caring climate as a feature of the motivational climate that incorporates an interpersonal component that has proven complementary to a TIC. Caring climates in sport are defined as settings where athletes are made to feel welcome

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Brigid Byrd and Jeffrey J. Martin

The purpose of this cross sectional study was to predict feelings of belonging and social responsibility based on climate perceptions of youth participating in a middle school running program. Method: Seventy-four youth from a middle school track and cross country program in the Midwest participated. Results: Based on multiple regression analyses we predicted 52% of the variance in feelings of belonging largely due to perceptions of leadership emotional support and task climate and 25% of the variance in feelings of social responsibility largely due to perceptions of a caring climate. Conclusions: Our findings support the importance of middle school running programs which offered an environment allowing multiple psychosocial benefits, such as nurturing feelings of belonging and social responsibility.

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Sheryl Miller and Mary Fry

, Smith, & Raine, 2015 ). In addition to the importance of creating a task-involving climate, recent research ( Hogue, Fry, & Fry, 2017 ; Newland, Newton, Stark, Podlog, & Hall, 2017 ) has also highlighted the value of fostering a caring climate, where individuals feel safe, welcomed, respected, and

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constantly improve their programs that consider the importance of education and transitional skills, while encouraging all their athletes to spend time on career paths outside of playing professional sports. The Mapp Way: Success Through Combining the Motivational and Caring Climates Gano-Overway, L

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Luciana Zuest, Saemi Lee, Juliana Leedeman, and Dawn E. Clifford

bodies Developing skills Creating a caring climate Adjusting the physical spaces and equipment Developing attitudes Promoting multidimensional health Enacting policies Offering diverse programming Making a cultural and leadership commitment to inclusion Intrapersonal Level Strategies to reduce weight

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Rachel Cholerton, Joanne Butt, Helen Quirk, and Jeff Breckon

they are to intend to play after COVID-19 restrictions ease. Little research has directly assessed the importance of a caring climate in older adults, within a sport context, however, results regarding a positive walking football culture and “caring climate” have been found in youth sport participation

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Shelby E. Ison, Kim C. Graber, and Kevin Andrew Richards

increased emotion regulation capabilities when their coaches create a caring climate ( Fry & Gano-Overway, 2010 ). Autonomy support from staff has been found to increase youth self-efficacy and perceived physical competence ( Ullrich-French et al., 2016 ). When youth and staff have positive interactions (e

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Seungbum Lee, Yongjae Kim, and Tang Tang

– 104 . doi:10.1177/135485650401000206 10.1177/135485650401000206 Fu , W. , & Deshpande , S. ( 2014 ). The impact of caring climate, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment on job performance of employees in a China’s insurance company . Journal of Business Ethics, 124 ( 2 ), 339 – 349

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Jeanette Steinmann, Brian Wilson, Mitchell McSweeney, Emerald Bandoles, and Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst

marginalized youth in a local community. We also highlight the role of the bicycle program employee in fostering what Fry and Gano-Overway ( 2010 , p. 294) termed a “caring climate”: an environment that supports positive, safe, and respectful relationships. Related to the concept of safe space here is the term

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Eric W. MacIntosh and Popi Sotiriadou

.1.76 10.1123/jpah.2.1.76 Fishbein , M. , & Ajzen , I. ( 1975 ). Belief, attitude, intention, and behavior . Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley . Fry , M.D. , & Gano-Overway , L.A. ( 2010 ). Exploring the contribution of the caring climate to the youth sport experience . Journal of Applied Sport