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Nicole D. Bolter, Lindsay Kipp and Tyler Johnson

athletes reported their fathers (68.7%) and mothers (72.3%) finished college or graduate school. Coaches ( n  = 32) included 22 men and 10 women with a mean age of 42.3 years ( SD  = 6.0). Coaches reported having coached their current team for 2.3 seasons ( SD  = 1.4) and reported 8.3 years of coaching

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Eva A. Jaarsma, Damian Haslett and Brett Smith

) who have a practical aim to improve access to PA information ( Smith, 2018 ). Results The recruited sample consisted of 94 participants, of which 48 participants were attendees; 34 participants were carers (4 teachers, 1 sister, 12 mothers, 4 individual carers, 7 group carers, 5 fathers, and 1 uncle

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David A. Urquhart, Gordon A. Bloom and Todd M. Loughead

aligned with the vision, and assist with clarifying an athlete’s role within the team: I would tell my assistant coaches that when they go out recruiting, they should meet the parents, because kids don’t grow up like their neighbors! If the father is an asshole then the kid is probably going to be an

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Jason C. Immekus, Franklin Muntis and Daniela Terson de Paleville

academic impairment scales across mothers, fathers, teachers, and teaching aides over a 6-week time interval among grade 1 students. Within this study, the correlations among CABI scores were in the expected direction within and across teacher and parent ratings. Teacher and parent ratings of children

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Leonardo Ruiz, Judy L. Van Raalte, Thaddeus France and Al Petitpas

professional baseball contract was much like the reaction to winning the lottery. I started to feel so happy but then I told my father and we started to cry and all that. And my dad suffers from a lot of stress and anxiety. So I didn’t know if he could handle that kind of emotion. I was scared by that and my

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Donna L. Goodwin and Amanda Ebert

inclusive community physical activity programs ( Spradley, 1979 , p. 47). Program staff e-mailed the study information to 20 parents who met the inclusion criteria. Eight mothers and one father (nine participants) from the separate physical activity program responded to our invitation and volunteered for

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Steven K. Holland and Justin A. Haegele

transferring schools. “I thought, ‘okay, I liked PE’ so I went the PE route” (one-to-one interview), she reflected. Samantha had originally pursued athletic training, but the program was shut down. She decided to pursue PE at her father’s encouraging. She recalled negative thoughts and feelings at the onset

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Shaunna M. Burke, Jennifer Brunet, Amanda Wurz, Christina Butler and Andrea Utley

, outside the roles of “caregiver” and “patient.” It also allowed participants to feel understood and cared for in a different context (i.e., nonmedical). One of the most powerful ways Matthew’s father showed this was by keeping an eye out for him. He shared (Interview #3): My family’s still a good support

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MacIntosh Ross and Kevin B. Wamsley

and transforming Canada West into the Province of Ontario. For the “Fathers of Confederation,” border security was a pressing concern, brought to the forefront by Fenian incursions and the American Civil War. Under such political scrutiny, Ontario’s status as the premier fighting grounds for the

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Sarah Zipp, Tavis Smith and Simon Darnell

& Nauright, 2018 ). In these studies, adolescent boys had higher levels of self-efficacy as related to physical activity or sport than adolescent girls. Boys’ previous experience in sport, often through fathers or male family members, may better position them to enhance their sport skills and report higher