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Michael J. Panza, Scott Graupensperger, Jennifer P. Agans, Isabelle Doré, Stewart A. Vella and Michael Blair Evans

positive youth development frameworks (e.g., personal assets, life skills, behaviors). For example, the personal assets framework ( Côté et al., 2014 ) describes how optimal sport activities, environments, and relationships foster developmental assets like perceptions of connection, character, confidence

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Eishin Teraoka, Heidi Jancer Ferreira, David Kirk and Farid Bardid

, and Turkey), increasing physical activity in physical education and outside school was also the justification for focusing on affective learning. There were some exceptions in the United States, Spain, and Switzerland. For instance, studies adopting TPSR emphasized self-efficacy and life skills as

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Mitchell McSweeney

another? An analysis of life skills in sport for development and peace HIV prevention curriculum . Sociology of Sport Journal, 31 ( 3 ), 287 – 303 . doi:10.1123/ssj.2013-0103 10.1123/ssj.2013-0103 Gibson , K. , & Atkinson , M. ( 2017 ). Beyond boundaries: The development and potential of

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Jeremy Hapeta, Rochelle Stewart-Withers and Farah Palmer

values, practices, and principles. The “E tū toa, hei tū rangatira” aspiration is that these youth will stand strong and develop into rangatira (leaders) for tomorrow. Instead of focusing only on micro and macro rugby-related skills, rangatahi are taught life skills and are encouraged to embrace and

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Rob Millington, Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, Audrey R. Giles and Steven Rynne

). Examples of such programs include Goldcorp’s support of Right to Play’s “Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth” program, Imperial Oil’s funding of “Imperial Oil Place” for recreational hockey and skating in Cold Lake, Alberta, and Rio Tinto’s support of programs such as the Northwest Territories Track

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Allison B. Smith, Natalie M. Welch and Robin Hardin

competency is common in the sport industry as well. Women working in intercollegiate athletics are often funneled into the “soft” areas of the department such as academic advising, life skills, and women’s sports suggesting that they are not capable of successfully overseeing an athletic department

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Corliss Bean, Tineke Dineen and Mary Jung

diabetes prevention lifestyle behaviour change program in the community [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Bean , C. , Forneris , T. , & Halsall , T. ( 2014 ). Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: A process evaluation of a female youth-driven physical activity-based life skills program . Springerplus

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Johannes Raabe, Andrew D. Bass, Lauren K. McHenry and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

be constructive for sport psychology professionals to consider more specifically how players’ experiences in higher education may facilitate their transition out of sport and purposefully incorporate such life skills into their work with athletes who did not attend college. Additional research in

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Luciana De Martin Silva and John W. Francis

sport coaching (pp.  96 – 107 ). London, UK : Routledge . doi: 10.4324/9780203132623.ch8 Hardcastle , S.J. , Tye , M. , Glassey , R. , & Hagger , M.S. ( 2015 ). Exploring the perceived effectiveness of a life skills development program for high-performance athletes . Psychology of Sport and