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Kelsey Lucca, David Gire, Rachel Horton and Jessica A. Sommerville

revealed that researchers tend to use a specific subset of tasks when measuring persistence that can be classified in six general categories: cause-and-effect/means-end toys, puzzles or shape sorters, standardized assessments, questionnaires, tools/utensils, or dyadic social interactions (Table  2 ). These

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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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Anna Stodter and Christopher J. Cushion

active knowledge construction through social interaction ( Phelan & Griffiths, 2018 ; Stodter & Cushion, 2017 ). Perceptibly, if the role of impactful coach development is to accelerate learning processes ( Lyle, 2007 ), coach developers play a notable yet often overlooked part in this sociocultural and

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Madhura Phansikar and Sean P. Mullen

continuous social interaction (e.g., engaging in group classes). Even for a common activity such as walking, engaging in walking for leisure may last longer in duration or reach higher intensity levels than active traveling. For example, active traveling is likely to be more restricted by environmental and

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Maya Maor

outside social interactions before or after classes. He sometimes reacted to jokes by the head instructor of the new gym, but never initiated any social interaction beyond training. Adolescent Boys as Central(ized) The materials presented above reveal much about the dual and contradictory status of boys

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Claire R. Jenkin, Rochelle M. Eime, Hans Westerbeek and Jannique G.Z. van Uffelen

family-type atmosphere” (69-year-old male tennis club member). Participants also expressed that sport clubs can provide opportunities for social interaction: “In the world of cricket . . . you always have a friend” (69-year-old female cricket club member) and “We come together for the socialization, don

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Tom Mitchell, Adam Gledhill, Mark Nesti, Dave Richardson and Martin Littlewood

constructionist epistemology, which are underpinned by an interpretive paradigm in the belief that reality is based on subjective experiences influenced by social forces ( Sparkes & Smith, 2013 ). We understand knowledge to be constructed through the social interaction between researchers and interviewees

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G. Matthew Robinson, Mitchell J. Neubert and Glenn Miller

experience issues that require action and then reflect on such action ( Johnson & Spicer, 2006 ), thus providing a potential lifelong influence on students’ social interaction skills, awareness of social responsibility issues, and an ability to contribute to others ( Bennett et al., 2003 ). When presenting

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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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Amy E. Burton, Louise Clancy and Lisa Cowap

-term care institutions has indicated that dependency can result from social interaction rather than from physical or functional decline ( Baltes, Neumann, & Zank, 1994 ; Baltes & Wahl, 1996 ). In this study participant accounts indicated that, for community-dwelling older adults with sight loss, this