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Katie Lebel

from an overarching lack of diversity in the sport industry. The majority of sport media is created by and catered to men and avid sport fans. When you don’t identify as either of these, it’s easy to feel like you’re on the outside looking in. This was our inspiration to launch The GIST. We wanted to

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Annemarie Farrell

. A key strength of Critical Issues in Global Sport Management , edited by Nico Schulenkorf and Stephen Frawley, is the diversity of authors contributing to this product. Any book addressing global perspectives naturally would seek a plurality of voices from around the world. While this may seem

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Rebecca T. Marsh Naturkach and Donna L. Goodwin

” model of CSL. It was marked by the three tenets of collaboration, reciprocity, and diversity, bringing the experience, expectations, and attitudes of each partner together. The model highlights the interrelationships of higher educational institutions, students, community organizations, and members of

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Stephen Hills, Matthew Walker and Marlene Dixon

, despite acknowledging that “given the diversity of participants, programmes, processes, relationships and desired outcomes it is not possible to develop a definitive or prescriptive programme theory—each programme requires its own programme theory to reflect its context” ( Coalter, 2012 , p. 607). This

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Kristi Sweeney

greater diversity of content. Second, there remain areas within the book where the theory utilized could be updated. For example, the growing literature on sport consumer behavior, fan engagement, and social media influence and activism, specifically as they relate to millennials, would be helpful

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Robert Whitaker

and within individual organizations. Six of those critical inflection points evaluated in this book are the creation of general-manager roles, the establishment of farm systems, the integration of racial diversity, the advent of first-year-player drafts, the beginning of free agency, and the rise of

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Josephine Blagrave and Taylor Guy

involving children as research subjects. After a brief overview in Chapter 1, Chapter 2 discusses the potential cultural and diversity issues that can occur when conducting research with children, highlighting the importance of being self-aware and reflective of one’s biases, and providing guiding

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Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly and Benoit Seguin

scientific rigor and great diversity in the research streams covered, the theoretical frameworks used, and the research methods employed. We are thankful to all who submitted their work and especially grateful for the eight included contributions by 18 authors from seven countries (Canada, China, Denmark

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Mark Byra and Bryan McCullick

” publications reflect considerable diversity across the world’s nations. Six of the seven continents of the world (Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America) are represented in the authorships of these “international” publications. Another note of interest worth mentioning here that

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Justine J. Reel

the dedicated hands of Donald Marks, PsyD, for the last 4 years; I am pleased to receive the EIC baton from him and keep JCSP on its upward trajectory. To assist with this exciting transition, new members have been added to the editorial board to enhance diversity and expand our capacity to publish