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Diane L. Gill, Erin J. Reifsteck, and Leilani Madrigal

for cultural sport psychology , with more research on cultural issues, as well as cultural competence and social justice, in professional practice (e.g.,  Fisher et al., 2003 ; Ryba et al., 2010 ; Schinke & Hanrahan, 2009 ). Recent events have called attention to cultural diversity, equity, and

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Yuhei Inoue, Mikihiro Sato, and Kevin Filo

sport service contexts, ranging from community youth sport programs to an international sport event, and adopt both hedonic and eudaimonic approaches to understanding the well-being outcomes of sport services. The diversity and breadth of the special issue articles is encouraging and points to the

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Emily A. Roper and José A. Santiago

men/boys and not compatible with the (stereotypical) feminine role. Of the 10 books studied, six of the books featured a White, non-Hispanic primary female character and four books illustrated non-White primary female characters. There was also considerable diversity in the other characters depicted

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Jane E. Clark and Jill Whitall

. Second, it would be wrong to assume that almost everyone adopted this approach. Diversity of research perspectives always exists. In summary, after 1982, the Dynamical Systems/Perception Action Approach was influential in reconceptualizing the emergence of invariant behavioral stages or motor programs

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George B. Cunningham, Erin Buzuvis, and Chris Mosier

terminology. Illustrative of the diversity of language used, Beemyn and Rankin ( 2011 ) collected data from over 1,200 transgender individuals. They asked the participants to list the term they preferred when describing their gender identity and expression, and 479 unique descriptors emerged. Examples include

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Earl Smith and Angela J. Hattery

comfortable Iverson was: “hip-hop to his heart.” ( Reilly, 2001 ) If the coveted NBA were serious about “diversity and inclusion” ( Lee, 2016 ) why would Stern and his leadership team go this far to tell grown men how to dress ( Lorenz & Murray, 2013 )? Stern wanted “respectability.” He saw it manifested in

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Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, Erica M. Taylor, and T. Gilmour Reeve

to broader understandings in kinesiology. In addition, an understanding of philosophical and historical issues will help prepare the future professionals for the numerous ethical questions they will face on graduation. Coursework in the humanities helps students understand and appreciate diversity

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Erin Kraft, Diane M. Culver, and Cari Din

this gender imbalance persists today. In an effort to confront the barriers noted above and increase gender equity and leadership diversity in sport organizations, an initiative in a Canadian province was developed: The Alberta Women in Sport Leadership Impact Program (AWiSL). This federally funded

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Jon Welty Peachey, Nico Schulenkorf, and Ramon Spaaij

clearly adopt an SFD-focused lens to provide concrete suggestions for SFD scholars and practitioners to navigate challenges to theory development, including better and more effective forms of collaboration between academics and practitioners, creativity and diversity in methodologies employed for

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David I. Anderson

the likes of Alexander and Feldenkrais and those who have followed their leads. Limiting the special issue to the current contributions does not do justice to the diversity of CAAME that currently exist. The origins of these approaches are ancient, although they proliferated in Western culture greatly