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Eva Guijarro, Ann MacPhail, Sixto González-Víllora and Natalia María Arias-Palencia

choice, practice, and reflection. Physical education plays a crucial role in the moral development of children because it is a context where a great deal of social interaction occurs among pupils and between pupils and teachers ( Jacobs et al., 2013 ). There are opportunities to connect and interact with

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Lauren M. Robins, Ted Brown, Aislinn F. Lalor, Rene Stolwyk, Fiona McDermott and Terry Haines

. Physical capacity may not directly impact the number of contacts an older adult has social interactions with; however, it may impact on the level of comfort and ease with which they are able to engage with these contacts. Combined with the relationship between physical activity and social isolation, this

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Jian Wang, Bo Shen, Xiaobin Luo, Qingshan Hu and Alex C. Garn

influential social desires ( Butler, 2012 ). Butler argued that teaching includes both personal and interpersonal endeavors. Relational goals that strive to nurture and create warm relationships with students have emerged as important reasons for teaching. Because social interaction is an important component

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Gareth McNarry, Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and Adam B. Evans

some cases, even “comforting.” This understanding of pain has been socialized into sports participants through their embodied practices and is shared and communicated via social interaction. The current findings therefore add fresh sociological–phenomenological insights to a research corpus portraying

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Allison Ross, Ja Youn Kwon, Pamela Hodges Kulinna and Mark Searle

, their social interactions, and environments. 57 – 59 Several researchers have developed models to explain the factors that influence ATS behavior (eg, McMillan, 60 Mitra, 12 Panter et al, 61 Pont et al, 62 Sirard and Slater 63 ), supporting the complexity of ATS behavior. For example, given

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Ben Larkin and Janet S. Fink

) argue, identity from the perspective of social identity theory is largely category-based and focused primarily on social interaction with other fans. Our concern lies primarily with the importance of team fandom to an individual and how this impacts their behavior. Accordingly, for the purpose of this

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Pierre Lepage, Gordon A. Bloom and William R. Falcão

. The learning of the current participants was also impacted by their social interactions with staff members and athletes’ parents, a finding that appeared to be more pronounced than in previous research ( Cregan et al., 2007 ; Fairhurst et al., 2017 ; Tawse et al., 2012 ). Given that parents in the

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Donna L. Goodwin and Amanda Ebert

 al., 2006 ; Scully, 2010 ; Wiart et al., 2015 ). The motivations for parents to manage social interactions are fourfold, including soliciting informal and formal supports, maintaining relationships, driving to social change, and maintaining self-respect ( Scully, 2010 ). To bring a shift from individual

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Rachael C. Stone, Shane N. Sweet, Marie-Josée Perrier, Tara MacDonald, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis and Amy E. Latimer-Cheung

positive social interactions such as passive facilitation, which describes a willingness to associate and cooperate with other social groups ( Cuddy et al., 2009 ; Fiske et al., 2002 ). In contrast, social groups clustered within the BIAS map through perceptions as nonthreatening (high warmth) and low

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Nicholas M. Watanabe, Grace Yan, Brian P. Soebbing and Ann Pegoraro

consumer demand. By aggregating individual behaviors and controlling for factors such as technology and market size, results of group behaviors can be estimated to direct the inquiry toward more complex social interactions including, most notably, discriminatory patterns directed at certain social groups