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Diana Castaneda-Gameros, Sabi Redwood and Janice L. Thompson

assessments of income, employment, health, and education ( Department for Communities and Local Government, 2011 ). Phase 2: Qualitative Data Collection Semi-structured interviews The interview guide was designed to guide the exploration of: 1) perceived barriers to engage in PA; 2) views about the official

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Annette J. Raynor, Fiona Iredale, Robert Crowther, Jane White and Julie Dare

Appendix 1 ), and all interviews were digitally recorded and transcribed verbatim. The focus of the participating residents’ interviews was on their perceptions of benefits from their participation in the therapy program, issues related to their sense of autonomy, and barriers and enablers to their

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Allyson Brothers and Manfred Diehl

represent a known barrier to health-promoting behaviors, including engagement in physical activity. Individuals holding NVOA in midlife are significantly less likely to engage in health-promoting behaviors as they grow older over the next 20 years ( Levy & Myers, 2004 ) and are less likely to participate in

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Rebecca E. Hasson

examine the facilitators and barriers to physical activity in ethnic-minority communities to better understand the decline in physical activity throughout adolescence and into adulthood in this population. The work of Urie Bronfenbrenner provides an overarching framework for understanding youth physical

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Roger Baines

and Translation Tweets composed in a wide range of languages and tweets crossing language barriers create the conditions for tweet translation. Even if English is the global lingua franca, most of the world’s population does not have first- or second-language access to English ( Eriksen, 2014 ), and

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George B. Cunningham, Na Young Ahn, Arden J. Anderson and Marlene A. Dixon

barriers and support for women in coaching, also recognized the importance of opportunities and advancement aspirations. They noted that various barriers could serve to limit the perceived opportunities and, ultimately, advancement aspirations of women in coaching, thereby serving to limit women in the

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Jamee A. Pelcher and Brian P. McCullough

integration of sustainability throughout collegiate athletics, there are still immense barriers in the form of limited human and financial resources that have prevented many institutions from embracing sustainability. Fortunately, the successful examples of collegiate athletic departments’ sustainability

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Matea Wasend and Nicole M. LaVoi

( Burton & LaVoi, 2016 ; LaVoi, 2016a ; LaVoi & Dutove, 2012 ) used ecological systems theory to summarize and highlight the many barriers and challenges women coaches face at the individual, interpersonal, organizational, and sociocultural levels within the occupational landscape of sport coaching. For

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Justine B. Allen and Colleen Reid

support ( Allen & Shaw, 2013 ). Unfortunately, this research paints a rather bleak picture of the plight of women coaches. LaVoi and Dutove’s ( 2012 ) literature review of barriers and supports for women coaches provided a useful examination of both sides and different levels of the picture using

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Gregory A. Cranmer and Sara LaBelle

forwarded as potential barriers to athletes’ reporting of concussion symptoms, including their knowledge and attitudes about concussions, the availability of medical staff, and athletes’ desire to both continue to play and not let their teammates and coaches down ( Chrisman, Quitiquit, & Rivara, 2013