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The Social Media Response From Athletes and Sport Organizations to COVID-19: An Altruistic Tone

Stirling Sharpe, Charles Mountifield, and Kevin Filo

media content has been driven by altruism, with little to no focus on the commercial aspects of sport. Of course, one could argue that there is likely to be a positive brand association derived from the altruistic posts highlighted above that can translate to longer-term commercial benefits. The

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COVID-19 and Soccer Teams on Instagram: The Case of Corporate Social Responsibility

Samuel López-Carril and Christos Anagnostopoulos

if necessary at all), this altruistic behavior can be capitalized upon in the future through well-thought-out follow-up CSR initiatives. b. If altruism is extremely difficult during such moments, creating a new generation of fans by steering all CSR initiatives toward them and generating social media

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Career Transitions: Decision-Making Dynamics Regarding Physical Education Teacher Education Doctoral Program Applications and Entry

Kevin Patton and Melissa Parker

left the profession. Instead, however, they sought to reposition themselves within the physical education system and entering a doctoral program helped them repurpose their professional lives. Second, was altruism, by way of service to the profession and society as significant others (e

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Finding Joy in the Journey: Sustaining a Meaningful Career in Sport Management

Marlene A. Dixon

different situations and demands from coaches, teammates, and friends. I have learned about altruism and friendship from my daughter Avery, who endlessly supports her friend group and helps champion each of their distinctive gifts. I have learned so much about listening and loving people from my husband

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Volunteerism During COVID-19: Sport Management Students’ Career Interests Against Public Health Risks

Kyu-soo Chung, Jennifer Willet, B. Christine Green, and Nari Shin

by college students does not stem from pure altruism; it can also be driven by career self-interest ( Bang & Lee, 2014 ; Johnson et al., 2017 ). This self-interested aspect is particularly true for academic disciplines that emphasize practical experience in their curriculum, such as sport management