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Lori A. Gano-Overway

research, theoretical papers, reviews, practical articles, and commentaries from a diversity of disciplinary perspectives using varied methodologies. I would like to continue to encourage these submissions; however, I would certainly welcome work that is interdisciplinary or uses mixed method approaches

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Pirkko Markula

( 1994 ), this distinction has created a dominant “image of thought” that has enabled the steady growth of the philosophical tree of representational logic: a type of thinking that, supported by a singular root, excludes multiplicity and diversity. Many familiar social theories are now assigned to the

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Andrew Hammond, Ruth Jeanes, Dawn Penney, and Deana Leahy

standards of normalcy. We argue that under the conditions of neoliberal-able rationality sport can only ever produce what Barton ( 1997 ) has referred to as integration, as opposed to a more progressive and subversive form of inclusion: [Inclusion] is about responding to diversity; it is about listening to

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Cecilia Stenling and Michael Sam

’s everyday life and context,” their “needs and how they think,” and “their position and how they act” (C4). Because of the diversity of whom they wish to influence—and consequently of what constitutes their “every day life”—the same overarching justification is “pitched” differently toward different targets

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Jules Boykoff

.D. , & Hill , D.C. ( 2017 , April 3 ). Blending scholar and activist identities: Establishing the need for scholar activism . Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 10 ( 4 ): 381 – 399 . doi:10.1037/dhe0000060 10.1037/dhe0000060 Said , E. ( 1994 ). Representations of the Intellectual: The 1993

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C. Keith Harrison and Jay J. Coakley

sociology of sport literature, nor was it represented at the 1995 conference (even though theme of NASSS that year was “Cultural Diversity and the Sport Experience”). And so, it may have taken 25 years since that first meeting—and a lot of blood, sweat, and tears on the part of so many scholars, ballers

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Jennifer E. McGarry

questioning. But I tend to wade in, not dive in. I build relationships, lead people to consensus. So how to address a room of people in a diversity of roles and positions in colleges, universities, and industries, representing so many different subfields within, and approaches to, sport management. This is a

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Kellen Jamil Northcutt, Kayla Henderson, and Kaylee Chicoski

politics to sports, is diversity. It is being celebrated and discussed like never before, yet it has been appropriately questioned for its often-idealistic notions that lack awareness of White privilege, domination, and superiority. With an increase in public discourse, “nearly half of Americans believe

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Nancy I. Williams and Alan L. Smith

“Fireside Chat” with senior leaders in the field. In line with the diversity of AKA member units, the presentations and resulting articles demonstrate the originality, adaptability, and creativity of a range of approaches to promote physical activity through kinesiology teaching and outreach. They highlight

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Natalie M. Welch, Jessica L. Siegele, and Robin Hardin

( Cunningham, 2009 ). Collegiate sports have historically had the lowest grade for racial hiring practices among all the sports groups and organizations examined by the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport ( Lapchick, Marfatia, Bloom, & Sylverain, 2017 ). Thus, ethnic minority women face a “double