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Jeremy T. Barnes * Thomas J. Pujol * 11 2017 6 4 357 361 10.1123/kr.2017-0035 Sustained Engagement Experiences in Kinesiology: An Engaged Department Initiative Brian D. Clocksin * Margo B. Greicar * 11 2017 6 4 362 367 10.1123/kr.2017-0036 Promoting Diversity and Inclusion: Developing

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René Revis Shingles

overrepresented relative to the U.S. population, while athletic trainers of color were grossly underrepresented ( National Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2017 ). In addition, according to Perrin ( 2015 ), who cited the Sullivan Commission on Diversity in the Healthcare Workforce, having a diverse workforce

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Robert Turick, Anthony Weems, Nicholas Swim, Trevor Bopp and John N. Singer

Issues surrounding race in sport continue to be one of the most important concerns facing managers of sport and leisure organizations ( Cunningham, 2019 ; Cunningham & Fink, 2006 ). Although many universities are striving to embrace diversity and leave their sordid racist pasts behind, Wilder

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Carrie B. Scherzer and Justine J. Reel

losing sight of institutional history along with the importance of promoting diversity and inclusiveness in our profession. AASP has a strong tradition of being student-centered and has always carefully considered actions or policies that could negatively affect students. One of the gravest concerns

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Mark L. Howard

Team Performance,” is authored by Robert Simmons and discusses the importance of a team’s diversity in their performance, which comes from “productivity spillovers” that are the result of the team’s heterogeneity. Simmons provides a plethora of examples of research on coworker effects on team

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Brian E. Pruegger

leaves the Francophones lost in their quest for status. The contributing authors provide an excellent sociological commentary on the Canadiens as a “cultural phenomenon.” The diversity of the authors allows for examination from very different perspectives. The result is a varied set of readings that

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Emily M. Newell

, providing interviews with professionals and other supplemental learning items. Although rich in depth and diversity, the 16-chapter text sometimes focuses too much on the underlying theoretical concepts behind the issues and spends too little time on the role of communication in these areas of sport

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Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes and Marc Theeboom

project involved built-in knowledge translation mechanisms designed to ensure research codesign and policy and community uptake (discussed later). Study 2 aimed to identify how diversity is understood, experienced, and managed in junior sport in Australia, and to develop resources and guidelines that

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Madeleine Pape and Fiona McLachlan

advocate for diversity and inclusion in Australian sport, has observed in relation to the Australian Football League: “[t]he opportunity that presents itself now is to build something new—something that will last. Something more agile and inclusive” ( Hussain, 2020 , para. 7). How might the Coronavirus

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Leanne Norman

national governing body, are mediated by the organizational and the personal. Women’s Sense of Organizational Fit The underrepresentation of women in coaching, globally, is a well-documented issue and at the same time, from a UK perspective, it is well understood that the diversity and balance of our