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Martin Roderick and Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson

wrought by the heightened public visibility of professional athletes. We report key findings from a qualitative study into the lived experiences of 26 U.K.-based professional athletes (both females and males), the nature of whose work often challenges traditional understandings of the workplace and the

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Alixandra N. Krahn

female ( CSPS, 2017 ). Not only does this data confirm the underrepresentation of women in USports coaching roles, but it further represents a decline from the previous census report ( CSPS, 2013 ) indicating that women occupying USports coaching positions is a declining trend. At face value these

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Kristi A. Allain

all cost. These pressures to avoid aging, and especially age-related decline, are beginning earlier and earlier in life. For example, The World Health Organization’s (WHO) report on Global Health and Aging ( 2011 ) reasons that anti-aging strategies should begin as early as infancy (and even in

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Kyle Siler

involve skills requiring less costly development, both prior to and during team membership ( Frey & Eitzen, 1991 ). Status characteristics and racial ideologies influence player evaluation. Recent scouting reports of college football players disproportionately used words such as “intelligent,” “gritty

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Tricia D. McGuire-Adams and Audrey R. Giles

women in overcoming the noted barriers ( Bruner & Chad, 2013 ) in maintaining physical activity and foster decolonization. Additionally, the Anishinaabekweg runners reported engage in running for the purpose of ceremony. While Coppola et al. ( 2016 ) discussed the link between cultural practices such as

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Cecilia Stenling and Michael Sam

considered in the third analytical step, but since frame extension was found to explain the strategy adopted by sport advocates and the remaining three did not, our focus here is on frame extension. Analysis Perceived Effective Advocacy Claims (RQ1) Resonating with frame alignment, sport advocates reported

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Yoko Kanemasu

-middle-income country, a Fijian economist estimates that as much as 45% of the population lives in poverty ( Narsey, 2014 ). Formal social protection coverage is low: Only 5,157 disabled persons are reported to receive a disability allowance, whereas 113,595 persons have at least one form of disability ( Mala, 2019

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Sarah Barnes

, health, mindfulness, fitness, travel, leisure, and social status. Despite this, public polling consistently shows that most North American adults sleep less well than they would like. A 2013 report by the American Centre for Disease and Prevention suggests that 50–70 million Americans suffer from sleep

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Deborah Jump

explorations . Sport in Society, 20 ( 7 ), 751 – 767 . doi:10.1080/17430437.2016.1179735 10.1080/17430437.2016.1179735 McMahon , S. , & Belur , J. ( 2013 ). Sports-based programmes and reducing youth violence and crime, Project Oracle report October 2013 . Retrieved from https

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Christopher M. McLeod, Haozhou Pu and Joshua I. Newman

. Each method adds to the sport studies’ literature on the politics of articulation by considering how articulations are made through complex material procedures ( Caudwell, 2003 ; Davis, 1990 ; Newman, 2011 ). Blue Skies Over Beijing The following case study is based on public reports produced by the