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Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, Alison Phillips Reichter, Sarah M. Espinoza and Nicole D. Bolter

. . . like, they live in poverty. I don’t know how to say it.” This girl’s difficulty putting her experience into words suggests that such projects have the potential to expose participants to the less-pleasant realities of their communities. Other girls said that doing community projects helped them think

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

orientation, which aligns with what they perceive that youth need in a community affected by poverty ( Ennis, Chen, & Ross, 1992 ). However, she also learned that many urban physical educators preferred a focus on social responsibility (i.e., respect and order in the classroom) over one on social

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Kathryn Henne and Madeleine Pape

racialized moral discourse circulating in the track-and-field community that constructs women of Color—and from African nations in particular—as suspect not only in terms of the perceived greater likelihood of intersex variation, but also in terms of their desperation to escape poverty, their vulnerability

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Brian Wilson and Nicolien VanLuijk

[the spokesperson for the event] said the event will be an opportunity for teachers to discuss the Olympics from different perspectives—considering issues such as homelessness, poverty, and the government’s decision to spend $500,000 on its 2010 curriculum while also cutting grants for arts groups

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Ruri Famelia, Emi Tsuda, Syahrial Bakhtiar and Jacqueline D. Goodway

, 5 ( 1 ), 1 – 4 . doi:10.1123/jmld.2017-0020 10.1123/jmld.2017-0020 Usfar , A.A. , Lebenthal , E. , Atmarita , Achadi , E. , Soekirman , & Hadi , H. ( 2010 ). Obesity as a poverty-related emerging nutrition problems: The case of Indonesia . Obesity Reviews, 11 ( 12 ), 924 – 928 . doi

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Shaun M. Anderson and Matthew M. Martin

-born players, recruitment efforts in Latin America can help teams gain 20 players at the cost of $5,000 per player. The problem with this is that most players who are signed under the boatload mentality are usually cut from the team within 2 years and oftentimes return to poverty-stricken neighborhoods

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Carrie W. LeCrom and Tiesha Martin

research with other foci of programs (i.e., reconciliation, poverty alleviation, health outcomes). This would allow for more holistic study of cross-cultural programs that have a larger focus than bringing together different groups, and it would provide an opportunity for possible covariants to emerge

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Dawn Heinecken

allowing people to “play the victim…doesn’t matter what the situation is, feminism, race, poverty. Forget it…There are no excuses in Pat Summit’s world.” The film provides evidence of Jenkins’ assertion by recalling the story of how Summit benched Patricia Roberts, who was then the only black player on

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Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom and Emma Arksey

women in their programs face, such as gendered divisions of labour, poverty and a lack of transportation mobility (cf., Hayhurst, 2017 ). That is, and in line with previous work on the rise of the ‘Girl Effect’ discourse in broader SDP programming (cf., Hayhurst, 2011 , 2013 ), the onus continues to

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Sharon E. Taverno Ross

poverty and low parental education and to speak a language other than English in the home than non-Hispanic White children ( Landale, Oropesa, & Bradatan, 2006 ). In addition, traumatic early childhood experiences, unequal access to healthy eating and physical activity resources, low participation in