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Fei Gao, Bob Heere, Samuel Y. Todd and Brian Mihalik

). According to the literature, coordination among government, nongovernmental organizations, private companies, and donors is a necessary condition to maximize the outcomes of the activities, mitigate the tension among partners, and reduce the competition among nongovernmental organizations, including

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management researchers interested in a variety of issues related to behavior change. For example, there are opportunities for researchers to examine the role of SII in consumer responses to corporate social responsibility or in encouraging sport and physical activity participation. Sciandra, M.R., Lamberton

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Zack Pedersen and Antonio S. Williams

players get some well-deserved rest after the season, but that’s when we on the business side start planning for next year. Once our plans and budget are approved, we move quickly into activation for off-season activities and the upcoming season. I have also learned a lot about managing the balance

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Christos Anagnostopoulos

area from the academic community ( Abeza et al., 2013 ). Indeed, the International Journal of Sport Communication has been one of the key platforms for accommodating such a scholarly activity, which spans settings such as international sport federations (e.g.,  Winand et al., 2019 ), national sport

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Alex C. Gang

programs and facility management in the major cities. This text is a nice collection of in-depth illustrations of the various countries’ sport-business enterprises, activities, and influences. The information covered in the various chapters helps the reader gain a good understanding of the vivid

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Emma S. Ariyo

organized activities for children and continuing to the professional ranks. The book is designed to describe the survival forces that athletes face, with frequent risks of injury, blowouts, or disruptive relationships with coaches, teammates, and parents at the youth level. It showcases the history and

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Kathy Babiak, Lucie Thibault and Annick Willem

activities offered);  process dimensions (e.g., investigating the mechanisms and procedures by which partnership goals are achieved, participation in decision making, partner integration, implementation, interaction, alignment, centrality of relationship); and outcomes (describing IOR impacts

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Colin D. McLaren and Kevin S. Spink

(inputs) come to affect perceived cohesion for different activity groups. Finally, communication is identified as one teamwork process (mediator) in McEwan and Beauchamp’s ( 2014 ) input-mediator-output conceptual framework for teamwork and team effectiveness. Those authors suggested that team cohesion is

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Kirstin Hallmann, Anita Zehrer, Sheranne Fairley and Lea Rossi

gender relations favoring masculinities over femininities ( Shaw & Slack, 2002 ). Thus, male activities are often privileged in this context ( Shaw, 2006 ; Sibson, 2010 ). Research has suggested that certain roles within sport organizations are more affiliated with either male or female characteristics

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Jens De Rycke, Veerle De Bosscher, Hiroaki Funahashi and Popi Sotiriadou

. social equality and inclusion, 2. collective identity and pride, 3. ethics and fair play, 4. feel good and passion, 5. fans and (media) attraction, 6. international prestige and image, 7. athletes’ ability and quality of life, 8. sport participation and life skills, 9. sponsors and commercial activity