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Aishwarya Ramachandran and Conor Heffernan

this great second wave of physical culture. Aside from the fact that both men were familiar with one another’s approaches to bodybuilding, and in fact, Atlas later claimed Iyer as one of his clients, their discourses were born of a new development in global health entrepreneurship. 58 In Iyer’s case

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Jordan Goldstein and Graeme Thompson

combination of art, science, and entrepreneurship characterized Scottish emigrants generally and the new “Strategic” architects in particular, who both sold their profession and themselves to prospective clients. 67 The professionalization of golf architecture allowed devotees of the Strategic School to

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Stewart Cotterill, Richard Cheetham, and Katrien Fransen

(identity prototypicality), as “crafting a sense of us” (identity entrepreneurship), as “doing it for us” (identity advancement), and as “embedding a sense of us” (identity impresarioship). Each of these core assets characteristic of a cultural architect has been demonstrated to be essential for the captain

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Stewart Cotterill

health, and their performance in the role. As a result, future research needs to explore these stressors from the perspective of the sport psychology practitioner. References Ball , S. ( 2005 ). The importance of entrepreneurship to hospitality, leisure, sport and tourism . Hospitality, Leisure

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Robert E. Rinehart

-garde actively opposed the values of dominant sport (winning at all costs, sacrificing oneself for the glory of the sport, etc.); opposed the work-like nature of contemporary sport, the entrepreneurship which results in more work, the conformist lifestyles, and so forth. It should be apparent by now that a

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Eva Soares Moura

martial arts: Social entrepreneurship and sport, gender and development in Uganda . Gender, Place & Culture, 21 ( 3 ), 297 – 315 . https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2013.802674 10.1080/0966369X.2013.802674 Hayhurst , L.M. , Giles , A.R. , & Radforth , W.M. ( 2015 ). ‘I want to come here to

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Katariina Rahikainen and Kim Toffoletti

/eSafety Dumont , G. ( 2016a ). Multi-layered labor: Entrepreneurship and professional versatility in rock climbing . Ethnography, 17 ( 4 ), 440 – 459 . https://doi.org/10.1177/1466138116638677 10.1177/1466138116638677 Dumont , G. ( 2016b ). Understanding ethnographically athletes’ perception

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Jeffrey J. Martin

.R. , McCullagh , P. , & Kreider , R. ( 2016 ). Innovation and entrepreneurship in kinesiology: Survey results from the 2016 AKA Workshop . Kinesiology Review, 5 ( 4 ), 205 – 214 . doi:10.1123/kr.2016-0017 10.1123/kr.2016-0017 Chambers , C. ( 2017 ). The seven deadly sins of psychology: A manifesto

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Lin Yu, Hanhan Xue, and Joshua I. Newman

). Geography, marketing and the selling of places . Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 6 ( 3–4 ), 61 – 84 . doi:10.1300/J073v06n03_05 10.1300/J073v06n03_05 Hall , C.M. ( 2006 ). Urban entrepreneurship, corporate interests and sports mega-events: The thin policies of competitiveness within the hard

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Michael L. Naraine

– 360 . doi:10.1123/jsm.22.3.338 10.1123/jsm.22.3.338 Ratten , V. , & Ferreira , J. ( 2016 ). Sport entrepreneurship and innovation . Oxon, England : Routledge . 10.4324/9781315393384 Ridgers , N.D. , Timperio , A. , Brown , H. , Ball , K. , Macfarlane , S. , Lai , S.K. , … Salmon