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Lori A. Gano-Overway

interventions instituted in sport or physical activity settings based on research and best practices and reporting on lessons learned that could inform practitioners. Alternatively, practical articles could take the form of policy recommendations that would outline how individuals and/or organizations could

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the effects of gender and weekly distance on lower extremity injury prevalence in runners. A retrospective cohort study was designed to investigate the prevalence of running-related injuries and establish trends in short-, middle- and long-distance runners. Anonymised self-reported data relating to

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Cecilia Stenling and Michael Sam

considered in the third analytical step, but since frame extension was found to explain the strategy adopted by sport advocates and the remaining three did not, our focus here is on frame extension. Analysis Perceived Effective Advocacy Claims (RQ1) Resonating with frame alignment, sport advocates reported

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Nicola Brown, Jacky Forsyth, Rachael Bullingham and Claire-Marie Roberts

to female-specific health issues, Professor Joanna Wakefield-Scurr drew attention to the issues exercising females can experience as a result of breast bounce, including breast pain, discomfort, and embarrassment. With one in four adult women, and half of adolescent girls reporting the breast as a

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Jules Boykoff

for the sociology of sport.” This approach blends ethnography, comparative methods, the rigorous reporting of history, and a notable critical thrust. The idea is to create a “sociology of the present” that ripples with urgency and import ( Sugden & Tomlinson, 2002 , p. 10). As someone who has both

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Nicole M. LaVoi, Jennifer E. McGarry and Leslee A. Fisher

evaluating the effectiveness of policies and programming focused on women in coaching? If you need guidance for recruiting, hiring and retaining women coaches, see LaVoi and Wasend’s 2018 report on this topic that was derived from interviewing individuals who value and support women. In addition, as Fisher

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Andrew Hammond, Ruth Jeanes, Dawn Penney and Deana Leahy

reports findings arising from a qualitative study involving eight club-level coaches in the state of Victoria, Australia. The aim of this research was to explore how coaches understood inclusion and disability in relation to their practice, and how contemporary neoliberal-able rationalities of government

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Joshua I. Newman

-majority countries, a Human Rights Campaign score of 4/100 for his voting record on LGBTQ rights issues, and recent claims that protests by NFL players were akin to “Nazi salutes.” Why then did the medical science community stay silent with respect to King’s asthma claim? The coroner’s report that brought these

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Jennifer E. McGarry

talk about sport management from my perspective. My perspective is critical. Here goes. Impact Haley and her colleagues, in a report from the Academy of Management (AOM), defined scholarly impact as an “auditable or recordable occasion of influence” arising out of research. This is tangible

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Debra J. Rose

and Sedentary Behavior During the conference’s first session, addressing old and new approaches to measuring physical activity and sedentary behavior, the benefits of monitor- and report-based estimates of physical activity were both compared to and contrasted with each other. Dr. David Bassett, the