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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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Ingrid Hinojosa-Alcalde, Ana Andrés, Faye F. Didymus, Leanne Norman and Susanna Soler

’s multilevel framework of work–family conflict that has been applied specifically to mother and father coaches ( Bruening, Dixon, & Eason, 2016 ; Dixon & Bruening, 2005 ; Graham & Dixon, 2017 ). Moreover, work–family conflict has been considered to have consequences for work-related outcomes (e

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Leah E. Robinson

-cultural comparisons. Final Thoughts: A Bright and Bountiful Future The study of human movement (i.e., kinesiology) has never been as recognized as it is today. I can still remember the look of doubt and uncertainty on my father’s face when I told him that kinesiology (then physical education) was going to be my major

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Maya Maor

In recent years, traditional gender power relations across a variety of life domains have been challenged, leading to changes in representations and performances of masculinity (e.g., greater involvement of fathers in child-rearing or changes in communication styles) in many arenas, including

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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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Inhyang Choi, Damian Haslett, Javier Monforte and Brett Smith

parents’ support for them to engage (or not) in sport and activism by sharing negative family environmental experiences. Culturally in South Korea, this can be interpreted partly through one of the five cardinal relationships in Confucianism describing the bond between father and son (noted that

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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

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Rachel Arnold, Nicole Bolter, Lori Dithurbide, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin and Kathleen Wilson

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parent–child communication. Over two thirds of parents (68.3%) indicated they spoke to their child about the importance of reporting suspected concussions. On average, fathers viewed the magnitude of harm from a concussion as significantly lower than mothers did. Results of the multivariate ordered

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Marianne Jover, Mathilde Cellier and Celine Scola

, T. , & Fiamenghi , G.A. , Jr. ( 1999 ). What infants’ imitations communicate: With mothers, with fathers and with peers . In J. Nadel & G. Butterworth (Eds.), Imitation in infancy (pp.  127 – 185 ). Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press

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Pete Van Mullem and Kirk Mathias

assistant coach for one spring following her collegiate playing career. She played for a highly successful coach in college and her father in high school. Her college coach had a very authoritarian style of leadership. She was always very demanding and at times even a little demeaning. Her father was a