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Jessica Love and Lindsey Conlin Maxwell

Report Card tracks the minute progress of diversity in sport-media operations (see Lapchick et al., 2013 , 2018 ). In the most recent study of over 75 newspapers and websites, Lapchick et al. ( 2018 ) concluded that a failing grade persists for gender diversity in sport reporting. The 2018 study

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Alyson J. Crozier, Luc J. Martin and Kevin S. Spink

.g., member interaction, norms, specified roles) likely differ between and within the wide range of physical activity group types. This diversity ranges from unstructured physical activity groups (i.e., kids playing hop-scotch on the street) to very structured sport groups (i.e., elite sport teams). As an example

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Sara Santarossa, Paige Coyne, Sarah J. Woodruff and Craig G. Greenham

growth (i.e., representing a range of body sizes, including different body types) in body diversity and acceptance ( Komar, 2016 ), attempting to shift social attitudes around athleticism and gender norms. Thus, as an important year for Instagram and the Body Issue, 2016 was seen as a valuable time

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George B. Cunningham, Erin Buzuvis and Chris Mosier

terminology. Illustrative of the diversity of language used, Beemyn and Rankin ( 2011 ) collected data from over 1,200 transgender individuals. They asked the participants to list the term they preferred when describing their gender identity and expression, and 479 unique descriptors emerged. Examples include

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Agnes Kovacs, Tamas Doczi and Dunja Antunovic

elite athletes and sport journalists. Drawing on survey methodology and interviews with Olympians and sport journalists, we also aimed to contribute to the methodological diversity of the field by using a mixed-methods approach to collect data. The aim of this study was to examine the attitudes of

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Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, Erica M. Taylor and T. Gilmour Reeve

to broader understandings in kinesiology. In addition, an understanding of philosophical and historical issues will help prepare the future professionals for the numerous ethical questions they will face on graduation. Coursework in the humanities helps students understand and appreciate diversity

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Erin Kraft, Diane M. Culver and Cari Din

this gender imbalance persists today. In an effort to confront the barriers noted above and increase gender equity and leadership diversity in sport organizations, an initiative in a Canadian province was developed: The Alberta Women in Sport Leadership Impact Program (AWiSL). This federally funded

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Lisa A. Kihl and Vicki Schull

national) with procedures becoming more institutionalized at the higher levels. At the local level, member schools determine their own appointment procedures; however, most include one or two representatives for each team and seek gender balance as well as racial diversity among the representatives

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Jueyin Zheng

China office in 2015. Hua shared with us how they apply various digital strategies to promote the NFL and expand the impact of American football in the China market, especially in dealing with the challenges of diversity in sport culture. Hua and her colleagues also introduced TianTian NFL (TTNFL), a

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Matthew Katz, Nefertiti A. Walker and Lauren C. Hindman

diversity creates social divisions at work, particularly along gender lines ( Mannix & Neale, 2005 ). Gender is embedded in the structure of organizations, with gender inequality reinforced through the informal interactions of members ( Acker, 1990 ; McGuire, 2002 ). Men, in an effort to maintain the