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The Coin Model of Privilege and Critical Allyship: Confronting Social Privilege Through Sport Management Education

Daniel L. Springer, Sarah Stokowski, and Wendi Zimmer

simply discussing diversity and is best achieved when concepts like power and oppression intermingle with social change and individual agency in curricular and extracurricular environments ( Hackman, 2005 ). More specifically, this will empower others to transform inequities ( Han et al., 2015 ). To help

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Transferable Skills: Preparing Sport Management Students for Careers Both Within and Outside the Sports Industry

Jessica R. Braunstein-Minkove, Jaime R. DeLuca, and Sydney C. Baucum

’s field of study. The framework, taking into account both curricular and extracurricular activities, includes eight primary competencies, each of which can be demonstrated in a variety of ways: career and self-development, communication, critical thinking, equity and inclusion, leadership, professionalism