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Ryan Snelgrove, Laura Wood and Dan Wigfield

potential consequences of a decision on subsequent scenarios ( Dennis, 2003 ). Cases can be completed by students individually or in groups. This article advocates for the use of groups for this teaching method, as cooperative learning has a positive relationship with student achievement, overall attitudes

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Jennifer E. McGarry, Justin M. Evanovich, Nneka A. Arinze, Kolin Ebron and Jun Young Cho

Dr. Snow that she particularly wanted increased adult interaction with the youth in the Harris Center after-school program—more structured opportunities for sport and physical activity that engaged the youth and formed the basis for positive relationships with adult mentors like the university

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Carrie W. LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer and Gregory Greenhalgh

, Lawrence, McKay, & Rowe, 2001 ). As a result, there may be a unique relationship between sport and global mindedness that warrants individualized exploration of sport management programs that are offering study abroad opportunities. Through the Olympic Games, international soccer, and other international

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Allison Manwell, James Johnson and Khirey Walker

and Michael focused most of his attention on recruits. However, Michael and John still had a strong relationship built during the recruiting process, which is why the head coach trusted Michael to approach John about the issue. After getting dressed, John headed to Michael’s office. “Come on in, John

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Jamee A. Pelcher and Brian P. McCullough

respectable because they realize the importance of enhancing their relationships with these stakeholders in regards to environmental sustainability ( Babiak & Trendafilova, 2011 ). As a sport organization moves forward in its quest to implement sustainable practices, identifying the key stakeholders (internal

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Seungbum Lee, Yongjae Kim and Tang Tang

viewed as an organization’s psychological atmosphere perceived by its members. Many previous studies from different academic fields support the relationship between organizational climate and variables such as organizational commitment, job satisfaction or performance, turnover rate, productivity, group

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Emily Sparvero, Randall Griffiths and Jacob Tingle

the successful idea that the packages could be auctioned during the week before the game. Zane held the whole operation together including the original staff, the new hires, as well as managing the relationship with the Mavericks. The original friends viewed Zane as the center of the organization and

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Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly, Kyle Kashuck, Joshua Law and Alexandra Speck

other group setting) and watching it on TV or streaming. For each initiative, please describe your creative mechanisms, and develop a plan that would aid ASU in trying to build a better relationship with fans and ultimately help to increase annual football attendance. 4. Do the ticket pricing models

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Emily Dane-Staples

’ experience What did you do . . . ? What happened when you . . . ? What happened next . . . ? How did you feel when . . . ? Relationships Questions that engage students in comparing ideas, activities, data, etc. How does this compare to . . . ? What else does this relate to . . . ? What do all these

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Lynley Ingerson and Michael L. Naraine

the adoption of an internship program. CA was proud of its relationship with a local university which delivers a highly respected, globally ranked sport management program. Part of the joint relationship was to create intern positions for first-year sport management postgraduate students. Many of the