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Hayley Morrison and Doug Gleddie

transactions and interactions an individual has impact their experience. Deductively, this study has used these interaction elements, such as environmental conditions, social interactions, and personal conceptualizations (attitudes and motivations), to determine how the interaction elements have influenced or

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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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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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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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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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Lana M. Pfaff and Michael E. Cinelli

human obstacle) to accommodate the possibilities for action of the human obstacle ( Chang, Wade, & Stoffregen, 2009 ; Creem-Regehr, Gagnon, Geuss, & Stefanucci, 2013 ). Despite our attempts to minimize social interaction, a human obstacle still possesses human qualities, and therefore, participants

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Paul E. Yeatts, Ronald Davis, Jun Oh and Gwang-Yon Hwang

variety of health difficulties beyond physical impairments ( Caddick & Smith, 2014 ). Social engagement and participation are important for recovery and rehabilitation ( Hawkins, Cory, & Crowe, 2011 ). Teamwork appears vital to promote a positive subculture of support and social interaction. Fiorilli et

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Jonathan M. Casper and Jung-Hwan Jeon

refers to the goal of performing as well as possible, regardless of the outcome. Fitness refers to the state of being in good physical condition and health. Socialization represents a desire for social interaction to enhance human relationships. Three items were used to measure each construct on a 5

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Weimo Zhu and Ang Chen

that included items from the social reconstruction subdomain from VOI-1. The social responsibility domain was defined as follows: “Students learn social rules and norms for personal conduct that lead to appropriate social interactions of cooperation, teamwork, group participation, and respect for