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Samuel M. Clevenger, Oliver Rick, and Jacob Bustad

US society is not natural, nor even guaranteed. Rather, sports position of prominence requires continuous cultivation by a complex and collusive network of commercially driven parties.” Sporting and commercial media organizations operate within that complex, collusive network, and their public

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Noora J. Ronkainen, Amanda Shuman, and Lin Xu

broader project in which 16 men were also interviewed, but in this paper, we focus exclusively on the women in order to provide a closer analysis of how they narrated their running practices within global and local discourses on running, health, and gender. Gender Tensions and Self-Cultivation in a

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Nicole T. Gabana, Aaron D’Addario, Matteo Luzzeri, Stinne Soendergaard, and Y. Joel Wong

literature has demonstrated numerous mental and physical health benefits derived from gratitude, as well as through the intentional cultivation of gratefulness through applied interventions ( Bono, Krakauer, & Froh, 2015 ; Wood, Froh, & Geraghty, 2010 ). Supplemental interventions such as writing a

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Sheri J. Brock, Christina Beaudoin, Mark G. Urtel, Lisa L. Hicks, and Jared A. Russell

assessing teaching effectiveness or experiences of part-time faculty within higher education ( Kimmel & Fairchild, 2017 ). Santisteban and Egues ( 2014 ) addressed the “cultivation” of adjunct faculty toward effective teaching yet, in a very narrow framework of Nursing Education, focused on orientation and

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Liz A. Wanless and Michael Naraine

through skill building ( Burke et al., 2013 ; Judge et al., 2011 ; Pierce & Petersen, 2010 ; Pierce et al., 2011 ; Wanless et al., 2016 ) and, by nature, demanding the cultivation of critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making ( Foster & Dollar, 2010 ; Klein & Riordan, 2011 ; Malouf

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Allison Smith, Yan Gioseffi, and Jeffrey Graham

specifies the nature of social good and provides a relevant framework for thinking about good practices. Virtue Ethics is concerned with the development of human character and cultivation of the good ( DeSensi & Rosenberg, 2010 ; Twietmeyer, 2017 ). Specifically, Virtue Ethics is grounded in the work and

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Timothy M. Dasinger and Melinda A. Solmon

) provide a suitable framework for describing the cultivation of anxiety. The AGT is a dominant social-cognitive theory that attempts to understand human behavior. In AGT, Nicholls ( 1984 ) posited that people enter achievement situations with the goal of demonstrating their competence through one of two

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Terilyn C. Shigeno, E. Earlynn Lauer, Leslee A. Fisher, Emily J. Johnson, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

, & Bacon, 2016 ), scholars have posited that coaches have a “moral responsibility” in sport that “should extend beyond policing foul play, to the fostering and cultivation of certain virtues that are directly implicated in the realization of the value of sport” ( Cassidy, Jones, & Potrac, 2004 , p. 150

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Samuel R. Nyman

& Fuerst, 2013 ). Qi gong is an umbrella term for ancient Chinese traditional practices of self-cultivation and energy preservation ( Acton, 2009 ). Qi can be translated as “vital energy,” “breath,” or “spirit” ( Wayne & Fuerst, 2013 ). Qi gong is thus energy work, whereby practitioners seek to cultivate

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Scott Kretchmar

, specialization with an understood need to collaborate, and a readiness to do so. Once again, this will require a cultivation of the virtue of humility and the attitude of mutual respect. Conclusions I am not proud of the fact that we in kinesiology have not more vigorously helped to shape the field of higher