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Jeffrey D. MacCharles and E. Nicole Melton

received positive responses from colleagues and fans, his courage did not inspire many others to follow his example. In fact, though sport organizations have increasingly become more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals (LGBT; Cunningham & Hussain, 2020 ), Welts is still the

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Article Varying Degrees of Support: Understanding Parents’ Positive Attitudes Toward LGBT Coaches George Cunningham * E. Nicole Melton * 7 2014 28 4 387 398 10.1123/jsm.2013-0004 Conceptualization and Measurement of Fan Engagement: Empirical Evidence From a Professional Sport Context Masayuki

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Jonathan Robertson, Ryan Storr, Andrew Bakos, and Danny O’Brien

Although attitudes toward the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals (LGBT) are arguably improving in Australian society, substantial prejudice has influenced and continues to influence the equitable access to rights for sexual minorities that the majority of the

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”: Extractives Industry Perspectives on Sport, Responsibility, and Development in Indigenous Communities in Canada Rob Millington * Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst * Audrey R. Giles * Steven Rynne * 05 06 2020 1 11 2020 34 6 521 532 10.1123/jsm.2019-0345 jsm.2019-0345 LGBT Diversity and Inclusion, Community

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Synthesis Yukyoum Kim * Hyun-Woo Lee * Marshall J. Magnusen * Minjung Kim * 7 2015 29 4 408 425 10.1123/jsm.2014-0056 Creating and Sustaining Workplace Cultures Supportive of LGBT Employees in College Athletics George B. Cunningham * 7 2015 29 4 426 442 10.1123/jsm.2014-0135 Using Identity Work

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* Adam Love * 3 2014 28 2 176 188 10.1123/jsm.2012-0243 Who Are the Champions? Using a Multilevel Model to Examine Perceptions of Employee Support for LGBT Inclusion in Sport Organizations E. Nicole Melton * George B. Cunningham * 3 2014 28 2 189 206 10.1123/jsm.2012-0086 The Freedom to Choose

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Shannon S. C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

Kingdom demonstrated that 55% of LGBT men and 56% of LGBT women (vs 33% and 45% of the general population) were not physically active enough to maintain good health. 10 Similarly, data from the Canadian Community Health Survey found that in 2014 only 53.8% of homosexual- and bisexual

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* Rajiv N. Rimal * Pooja Sripad * 1 2014 28 1 8 20 10.1123/jsm.2013-0046 Examining the Workplace Experiences of Sport Employees Who Are LGBT: A Social Categorization Theory Perspective E. Nicole Melton * George B. Cunningham * 1 2014 28 1 21 33 10.1123/jsm.2011-0157 Marketing Pro

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.2019-0133 “We Already Do Enough Around Equality and Diversity”: Action Taken by Student Union Officers to Promote LGBT+ Inclusion in University Sport Catherine Phipps * 15 04 2020 1 12 2020 37 4 310 318 10.1123/ssj.2019-0119 ssj.2019-0119 Sport Advocacy: The Art of Persuasion and Its By

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Marja Kokkonen

.C. , & Barefoot , K.N. ( 2018 ). Gender and sexual minority health: History, current state, and terminology . In K. Bryan Smalley , J.C. Warren , & K.N. Barefoot (Eds.), LGBT Health: Meeting the needs of gender and sexual minorities (pp.  3 – 14 ). New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company