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Chad Seifried

separate parts through fourteen chapters, which cover various internal conference crises (e.g., Chapter 1—The Beginning of the Big Ten; Chapter 3—The Crisis over Amateurism), national issues (e.g., Chapter 4—The Conference and the War; Chapter 11—The Carnegie Report), and special individuals (e

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Kyle Bunds and Jonathan Casper

three working groups to explicitly examine what could be done to understand the physical scientific aspects of climate change, the socio-economic and natural systems to climate change, and the options for mitigating climate change (see, e.g., www.ipcc.ch). The thoroughness of these reports cannot be

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Sociomaterialisms, to Study the “Obesogenic Environment” Katelyn Esmonde * Shannon Jette * 1 03 2018 35 1 39 48 10.1123/ssj.2016-0121 ssj.2016-0121 Ecological Modernization and the 2014 NHL Sustainability Report jay johnson * Adam Ehsan Ali * 1 03 2018 35 1 49 57 10.1123/ssj.2017-0011 ssj.2017

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31 1 102 122 10.1123/ssj.2013-0111 Book Reviews The Passion of Tiger Woods: An Anthropologist Reports on Golf, Race, and Celebrity Scandal Katherine M. Jamieson 3 2014 31 1 123 126 10.1123/ssj.2014-0016 Book Review The Grads Are Playing Tonight! the Story of the Edmonton Commercial Graduates

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127 145 145 10.1123/wspaj.12.2.127 Methodology for Examining Stereotypical Written and Photographic Reporting on the Sports Page Paul M. Pedersen Ph.D. Warren A. Whisenant Ph.D. Annie Clement Ph.D. 10 2003 12 12 2 2 147 147 149 149 10.1123/wspaj.12.2.147 Book Review Book Review Gabriela

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Angela Robles

the sport itself, the participation rate of female athletes has continued to be one of the highest among sport choices for youth ( Sabo & Veliz, 2014 ). According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Sport Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report , the total number of female

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E. Whitney G. Moore and Karen Weiller-Abels

significant changes in youths’ and adolescents’ goal orientations in relatively short time spans ( Boyce et al., 2009 ; Todorovich, & Curtner-Smith, 2006 ; Weigand & Burton, 2002 ). Todorovich and Curtner-Smith’s ( 2006 ) PE intervention significantly affected students’ reported goal orientations after only

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David Eitle, Steven Swinford and Abagail Klonsinski

.7 per 1,000 for female adolescents ( Catalano, Smith, Snyder, & Rand, 2009 , pp. 1–2). The National Violence Against Women Survey estimated that 21.7% of women reported lifetime IPV, with 1.4% reporting having experienced IPV in the past 12 months, while data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance

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Georgia Cervin

aspects of Samaranch’s IOC, but refusing to abandon Brundage’s amateurism. Yet such limited collaborations were not enough to bring in the profits that the FIG needed. In the FIG’s 1992 report, President Titov indicated that the Federation was barely staying afloat. Competition costs for the world

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the effects of gender and weekly distance on lower extremity injury prevalence in runners. A retrospective cohort study was designed to investigate the prevalence of running-related injuries and establish trends in short-, middle- and long-distance runners. Anonymised self-reported data relating to