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Jennifer E. McGarry

questioning. But I tend to wade in, not dive in. I build relationships, lead people to consensus. So how to address a room of people in a diversity of roles and positions in colleges, universities, and industries, representing so many different subfields within, and approaches to, sport management. This is a

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40 10.1123/jsm.21.1.15 Research Volunteering Abroad: Motives for Travel to Volunteer at the Athens Olympic Games Sheranne Fairley * Pamm Kellett * B. Christine Green * 1 2007 21 1 41 57 10.1123/jsm.21.1.41 Opening the Black Box: The Influence of Perceived Diversity and a Common In

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379 390 10.1123/jsm.26.5.379 Diversity Training in Intercollegiate Athletics George B. Cunningham 1 9 2012 26 5 391 403 10.1123/jsm.26.5.391 Paradoxical Practices of Gender in Sport-Related Organizations Inge Claringbould 1 Annelies Knoppers 1 9 2012 26 5 404 416 10.1123/jsm.26.5.404 Sport Teams

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Press The Psychology and Management of Workplace Diversity George B. Cunningham Melanie L. Sartore 10 2005 19 4 523 525 10.1123/jsm.19.4.523 Research Sport Management Digest George B. Cunningham Aubrey Kent Dan Mason Anita Moorman Carol A. Barr 10 2005 19 4 526 530 10.1123/jsm.19.4.526 jsm

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Melissa James

) Communicating Sport, (II) Audience and Diversity, (III) Markets and Sport as a Commodity, (IV) Special Issues in Sport Communication, and (V) Measurement and Research in Sport. Chapter 1, Studying Communication and Sport, stands alone as an introduction to the book’s concepts of international sport communication

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* Marvin Washington * 5 2015 29 3 291 304 10.1123/jsm.2012-0122 Managing Diversity to Provide Culturally Safe Sport Programming: A Case Study of the Canadian Red Cross’s Swim Program Kyle A. Rich * Audrey R. Giles * 5 2015 29 3 305 317 10.1123/jsm.2013-0160 Predicting Behavioral Loyalty through

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Alex C. Gang

and present state of sport business in the country, as well as its socioeconomic and political dynamics. Taking the diversity between the introduced countries into account, the final chapter provides comparative analyses of the countries under the criteria of developmental characteristics and

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Barry Braun, Nancy I. Williams, Carol Ewing Garber and Matthew Hickey

• Critical thinking • Communication • Diversity • Academic and professional integrity Michigan State University • Analytical thinking • Cultural understanding • Effective citizenship • Effective communication • Integrated reasoning Oklahoma State University • Critical thinking • Effective communication

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Katie Lebel

from an overarching lack of diversity in the sport industry. The majority of sport media is created by and catered to men and avid sport fans. When you don’t identify as either of these, it’s easy to feel like you’re on the outside looking in. This was our inspiration to launch The GIST. We wanted to

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Annemarie Farrell

. A key strength of Critical Issues in Global Sport Management , edited by Nico Schulenkorf and Stephen Frawley, is the diversity of authors contributing to this product. Any book addressing global perspectives naturally would seek a plurality of voices from around the world. While this may seem