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George B. Cunningham, Na Young Ahn, Arden J. Anderson and Marlene A. Dixon

: Three approaches . Quest, 44 , 210 – 227 . doi:10.1080/00336297.1992.10484051 10.1080/00336297.1992.10484051 Knoppers , A. , & Anthonissen , A. ( 2008 ). Gendered managerial discourses in sport organizations: Multiplicity and complexity . Sex Roles, 58 , 93 – 103 . doi:10.1007/s11199

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Sarah Barnes

already interwoven with the complexity of American race relations. Not every player in the league is racialized as Black, but the majority are. Team owners, coaches, medical staffs, league offices, sport media, and television audiences are predominantly White. It is now well established that the cultural

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Thomas P. Oates

signaled an artist’s legitimacy. Under the right set of circumstances, these associations could be used to generate substantial profits, even while they contributed to the continued segregation and subjugation of Black communities. To illustrate the complexities of these assemblages, this paper explores

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Mark Norman, Katelyn Esmonde and Courtney Szto

sociology reveals that they are not inevitable outcomes ( Healy, 2017 ; Schneider & Simonetto, 2017 ). These critiques present important cautions about the merits of blogging as public sociology of sport. Using Self-Reflexive Vignettes to Explore Intersectionality We represent the complexity and diversity

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Brian Wilson and Nicolien VanLuijk

are calm, where the complexities of issues and the strategies needed to address the issues are acknowledged, where the needs and perspectives of both sides are at least minimally understood, and where the parties involved demonstrate some degree of patience. The contradiction here is striking between

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Katelyn Esmonde and Shannon Jette

moralistic understandings of obesity that characterize what Rail ( 2012 ) has termed the “dominant obesity discourse.” 2 However, as has been suggested by a small body of work put forth by scholars seeking to identify the scientific uncertainties, complexities and contradictions in the obesity literature

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Lin Yu, Hanhan Xue and Joshua I. Newman

—that the “global” is very much made by the co-constitution of event-based city making. As contributors to a special issue on “Glocalization of Sports in Asia” (2012) in the Sociology of Sport Journal made clear, this complexity of global and local dialectics of event-sport has perhaps played out no more

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data with those five players on their experiences of competing against men, which was thematically analysed. Initial findings shed light on the complexities of sex and gender in a sporting domain, with the women themselves perpetuating understandings on the ‘naturalness’ of sex differences. Data also

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Moss E. Norman, Michael Hart and LeAnne Petherick

the [I]ndigenous subject become a subject” in the first instance ( Hokowhitu, 2012 , p. 28)? To get at the complexity of this question, Coulthard ( 2014 ) has drawn upon Franz Fanon, arguing that colonial rule lies in its “ability to entice Indigenous peoples to identify, either implicitly or

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Kyle Siler

social construct ( Healey & O’Brien, 2014 ) and coding players into discrete racial categories often will not do justice to the true complexity of a player’s racial background. However, coding results closely approximate similar work ( Allison, Adriene, & Barranco, 2018 ; Lapchick, Fox, Guiao, & Simpson