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Khalid Ballouli

Koufax becoming the game’s first Jewish stars. The chapter further discusses the dramatic increase in African American, Latino, and Asian major players following significant steps to bring down barriers for these groups. Case studies abound, from the San Francisco Giants signing Juan Marichal out of the

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Chad M. Killian, Christopher J. Kinder and Amelia Mays Woods

reflect the importance of learning in all three domains by including specific standards and benchmarks related to each. Promoting growth across all three learning domains is indicative of good physical education. However, there are a variety of barriers that inhibit adequate physical education time and

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René Revis Shingles

, values, and beliefs ( U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health [USDHHS OMH], 2016 ), as well as address the cultural needs and barriers of their patients ( National Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2011 ; USDHHS OMH, 2016 ) to achieve positive health outcomes ( National

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Maureen R. Weiss

applications and critical issues for future research and public policy. Next, Rebecca Hasson uses the ecological-systems model as a foundation for discussing home, school, neighborhood, socioeconomic, and cultural barriers to engaging in physical activity among African American and Latino youth. This approach

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Jon Welty Peachey, Nico Schulenkorf and Ramon Spaaij

programs and suggest future developments in the field. LeCrom et al. ( 2019 ) outline barriers to theory development in SFD and to bridging the theory–practice divide that are primarily the result of methodological and contextual challenges resulting from the myriad types of SFD initiatives. The authors

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Carolee Winstein

daily for 10 consecutive weekdays, restraint of the less-impaired arm for approximately 90% of waking hours, and what was termed a “transfer package” for an additional half-hour every training day with review of daily arm use and problem-solving to overcome perceived barriers to arm use at home. This

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Chad M. Killian and Amelia Mays Woods

blended (flipped) instruction to overcome barriers and maximize effective learning experience. They noted that the structure of these labs often includes prelab readings, an in-lab demonstration using direct instruction, and a culminating applied experiment. In addition, time limitations tended to not

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Katie Lebel

vernacular. The GIST attempts to address these taken-for-granted barriers by providing a female perspective to sport commentary that is packaged in a contextualized, noncondescending voice. By way of a twice-weekly e-mail, daily social media content, and various event-specific sport experiences, The GIST

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Dawn Anderson-Butcher

reducing barriers and sometimes involve parallel programming to advance outcomes such as school completion, social- and/or life-skill development, and health. Alternatively, “plus sport” designs use sport to attract young people to programs, but the outcomes of interest are entirely different (and in the

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Eric W. MacIntosh and Popi Sotiriadou

-elite-level athletes. Carraro and Gaudreau ( 2013 ) remarked that “action planning involves specifying the details of when, where, and how to act in the service of one’s intentions [whereas] coping planning involves identifying how one will cope with potential barriers or obstacles that could get in the way of the