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Lara M. Duke, Jennifer P. Gorman, and Jennifer M. Browne

Block ( 2014 ) challenges kinesiology leaders to respond to complex phenomena in a time of ubiquitous access to information and globalization. Block and Estes ( 2011 ) provide a summary of globalization as a boundary spanning phenomenon in which economies and knowledge intersect and may, for higher

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Jeffrey Martin

and legal issues in sport and performance psychology . In M.H. Anshel (Ed.), APA handbook of sport and exercise psychology (pp.  821 – 838 ). Washington, DC : American Psychological Association . Weerts , D.J. , & Sandmann , L.R. ( 2010 ). Community engagement and boundary-spanning roles