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John J. Reilly, Adrienne R. Hughes, Xanne Janssen, Kathryn R. Hesketh, Sonia Livingstone, Catherine Hill, Ruth Kipping, Catherine E. Draper, Anthony D. Okely and Anne Martin

the Work for the Under 5s Phase 1 began with the formation of the Expert Working Group for the Under 5s at the end of 2017, from a combination of open advertising/competition, and invitation. The aim was to have group members, including early and midcareer academics, with the following characteristics

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Melissa Davies, Michael L. Naraine and Brandon Mastromartino

It was a busy month in the early summer of 2018 for the team at BrandNEW, an emerging player in the sport marketing consulting space. The firm had worked with several sports properties in both Canada and the United States, leading various social and traditional advertising campaigns for teams in

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Melinda A. Solmon

information using smart watches and other technological applications. There are readily accessible YouTube videos advertising products that can facilitate cheating on in-class exams. Examples include ultraviolet pens that can be used to write information on scratch paper in advance and then access it by

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Andrew D. Govus, Aaron Coutts, Rob Duffield, Andrew Murray and Hugh Fullagar

plays with long rest periods between plays (to accommodate for television advertising). As a result, during NCAA football the demands may be as high as 38 high-acceleration efforts and impact forces of up to 10- g -force units, along with total distances of 5530 m and 655 m of high-intensity running

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Murray G. Phillips and Gary Osmond

, and the nation. An extensive system of resources from equipment to fields, pools, courses, and courts catered to sporting participation and associated industries developed, including coaching, gambling, entertainment, media, and advertising. All of this amounted to a powerful cultural institution that

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Julie K. Black, Anna C. Whittaker and George M. Balanos

and older ( Ejaz, Khawaja, Bhatia, & Hurwitz, 2011 ). It was hypothesized that those with an undiagnosed presence of OSA would report low levels of PA, independent of BMI. Method Participants and Design Participants were recruited by the researcher through advertising in an original population of 225

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Chelsea L. Kracht, Susan B. Sisson, Emily Hill Guseman, Laura Hubbs-Tait, Sandra H. Arnold, Jennifer Graef and Allen Knehans

, through the university e-mail system, local sporting camps, social media advertising, childcare centers, large children’s store sales events, and word of mouth. The same methods were used to recruit mothers of singleton and nonsingleton children. Mothers were screened through an initial phone call that

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Emmanuel Jacobs, Ann Hallemans, Jan Gielen, Luc Van den Dries, Annouk Van Moorsel, Jonas Rutgeerts and Nathalie A. Roussel

convenience. This study’s population consisted of (pre)professional actors and dancers. Participants were contacted by a staff member of the conservatoire using e-mail and advertising, without preselecting any specific population. All participants were free of injuries. No exclusion criteria were used. All

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Alan J. McCubbin, Gregory R. Cox and Ricardo J.S. Costa

, sport-specific sources (coaches, managers, and trainers) and social supports (fellow athletes, friends, and relatives), peer-reviewed journals, media (television, magazines, internet, etc.), self-experimentation, sales and marketing (advertising material, company sales representatives, and store

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Dawn Heinecken

athlete “does the cultural work of advertising opportunities…that masks the growing structural inequalities characteristics of the global economy and the . . . dismantling of New Deal support networks in the US” (p. 117). Embodying a new idealized subject, the potent figure of the female athlete works to