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Jeremy Hapeta, Rochelle Stewart-Withers and Farah Palmer

this in mind, we reinforce the importance of assuming a strengths-based stance ( Paraschak, 2013 ) as Indigenous and KM scholars, and we illustrate this argument using the sport for social change case studies based in Aotearoa NZ. The research originates from a “ground-up” perspective ( Pihama, Cram

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Melanna F. Cox, Greg J. Petrucci Jr., Robert T. Marcotte, Brittany R. Masteller, John Staudenmayer, Patty S. Freedson and John R. Sirard

between the buttocks and surface Standing Body is in an upright position; feet are used as support Once feet are planted and body is in an upright position Walking/Slow Walking Moving from one point to another taking at least two steps When heel of swing foot surpasses stance foot WalkLoad Walking with a

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Daniel Birrer

athletic career at that time. In this process, I learned that NFOR/OTS represents a significant personal crisis. In this respect, and given Greg’s tearfulness during the first few intervention sessions, sport psychologists are well advised to prepare for this. A self-compassionate stance might be helpful

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Justine J. Reel and Emily Crouch

difference by demonstrating a zero tolerance stance against sexual harassment and assault ( Nelson, Halpert, & Cellar, 2007 ). We welcome your involvement with the journal and continue to seek guest reviewers from diverse areas of expertise. If you would like to serve as a guest reviewer and/or be considered

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Beth G. Clarkson, Elwyn Cox and Richard C. Thelwell

Assumptions Critical inquiry underpinned this study: we hold that ideas are mediated by power relations in society, certain groups are privileged over others, and that researchers are responsible for a critical stance towards the culture they are exploring (see Smith & Sparkes, 2016 ). In line with this

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Jennifer E. McGarry

way that can lead to change through partnerships between community leaders and scholars ( Neuman, 2003 , p. 81). In order for our scholarship to have such broader impacts, we have to acknowledge that no neutral stance exists. In adopting a critical social frame where the goal of research is to empower

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Nicholas Stanger and Susan H. Backhouse

& Ring, 2017 ). In addition, these findings support qualitative research that revealed a strong moral stance against cheating and valuing moral traits such as fairness, appeared to help reduce athletes’ likelihood of doping ( Erickson, McKenna, & Backhouse, 2015 ). A key finding from our research

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Robert Turick, Anthony Weems, Nicholas Swim, Trevor Bopp and John N. Singer

remembering that their actions were inappropriate when they engaged in them during their time. For example, as Schexnayder ( 2013 ) noted, several athletic administrators would not play games when opposing programs intended to play their Black student-athletes. This prejudicial stance was held by enough