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Jon Welty Peachey, Nico Schulenkorf and Ramon Spaaij

clearly adopt an SFD-focused lens to provide concrete suggestions for SFD scholars and practitioners to navigate challenges to theory development, including better and more effective forms of collaboration between academics and practitioners, creativity and diversity in methodologies employed for

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Matthew Katz, Nefertiti A. Walker and Lauren C. Hindman

diversity creates social divisions at work, particularly along gender lines ( Mannix & Neale, 2005 ). Gender is embedded in the structure of organizations, with gender inequality reinforced through the informal interactions of members ( Acker, 1990 ; McGuire, 2002 ). Men, in an effort to maintain the

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Kim C. Graber and Amelia Mays Woods

diversity, social justice, and themselves from service-learning experiences . Journal of Teacher Education, 58 , 315 – 327 . doi:10.1177/0022487107305259 10.1177/0022487107305259 Bandura , A. ( 1986 ). Social foundations of thought and action . Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice Hall . Banks , J

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Joshua Woods

. The proportions of women (15%) and racial minorities (9%) exceeded previous estimates, but there is a clear need for greater diversity in the population. The mean age of disc golfers (33) was surprisingly high, while the percentage of disc golfers with some college education (36%) was surprisingly low

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Geoffrey T. Burns, Kenneth M. Kozloff and Ronald F. Zernicke

metabolic cost. Yet for broader living, the concept of optimal efficiency may be less intuitive. Given the ubiquity of motion in the human experience, efficient movement can enhance that experience by enriching the quality, quantity, and diversity of an individual’s life. With respect to quality of life

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Melissa Pangelinan, Marc Norcross, Megan MacDonald, Mary Rudisill, Danielle Wadsworth and James McDonald

.e., second year). As with the culminating experience, students could choose from a variety of experiential arcs (e.g., research, leadership, diversity and inclusion, career development), but each arc would be delivered across the academic year with 1 credit in fall, 1 credit in winter, and 1 credit in spring

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Derek T. Smith, Tannah Broman, Marcus Rucker, Cecile Sende and Sarah Banner

.g., student retention, postgraduate employment rates) but also to inform and be responsive to changes in generational cohort educational expectations and communication preferences; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and maintaining high-quality academic programs in the face of 21st-century challenges. The discipline of

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Milena M. Parent, Michael L. Naraine and Russell Hoye

diversity of perspectives in the case of athletics; hiring new professionals (e.g., high-performance leadership [athletics, badminton] and communications [badminton]); and changing the financial platform in the case of water ski and wakeboard. The Athletics Canada Board minutes (February 21, 2015) noted

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Jessica L. Siegele, Allison B. Smith and Robin Hardin

can cause a decrease in women in leadership positions, career mobility, professional advancement, and organizational diversity ( Hultin, 2003 ; Ryan & Haslam, 2005 ). Work–Life Balance Work–life negotiations are another barrier that can cause difficulties in career progression and mobility for women

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Kevin Filo, David Fechner and Yuhei Inoue

the more tangible and transactional (i.e., receiving tickets) to the more philanthropic (i.e., helping student athletes), underscoring the diversity of factors that can incite donations. Stinson and Howard ( 2010 ) reinforced these findings and the diversity of motives in revealing that early donors