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Dawn Anderson-Butcher

suggest that 385 million children worldwide live in extreme poverty ( Newhouse, Suarez-Becerra, & Evans, 2016 ), and 250 million live in countries affected by conflict ( Rueckert, 2019 ). Forty-one percent of youth experience food insecurity ( Pereira, Handa, & Holmqvist, 2017 ), and more than 50% of

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Sarah Zipp, Tavis Smith and Simon Darnell

’s access to sufficient menstrual products (pads, cups, etc.) that can help them cope with their period bleeding. Such “period poverty” or lack of resources to obtain adequate menstrual products is a growing concern in international development ( Bobel, 2018 ; Zipp & Standing, 2018 ). In sport and physical

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Rebecca E. Hasson

American and Latino children lived in a low-income household (i.e., family income below 200% of the federal poverty line) compared with 29% of White children ( United States Census Bureau ). In addition to fewer built and social supports associated with living in lower socioeconomic environments, ethnic

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Jared A. Russell, Sheri Brock and Mary E. Rudisill

to draw group boundaries to distinguish themselves from others ( Perception Institute, n.d. ). One only has to look at watchdog legal organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hate Watch ( ) or Hate Map ( ) to

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Alan L. Smith and Daniel Gould

promotion of social development in youth sport participants. Anderson-Butcher overviews extant research on social- or life-skill development through sport and assesses the role of youth sport in addressing broader social problems such as poverty and inequality. Examples of community-based programs are

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Fallon R. Mitchell, Sara Santarossa and Sarah J. Woodruff

:// National Eating Disorders Association . ( 2018 ). Learn . Retrieved from Nisbet , M.C. ( 2010 ). Knowledge into action: Framing the debates over climate change and poverty . In P. D’Angelo & J.A. Kuypers (Eds.), Doing news framing analysis

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René Revis Shingles

. . . . Once seven of us kids lived in a car with her [his mother] for about a month” ( Oher, 2001 , p. 11). Oher experienced poverty, food insecurity, and housing insecurity including homelessness. If he sprained his ankle while playing football and a home exercise regimen was prescribed, he might not have

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Mark Dyreson

extinction then, nor is it today. Although still plagued by malnutrition, disease, poverty, and isolation, as well as by incursions into their homelands by the mining, logging, narco-trafficking, and even tourism industries, twenty-first-century Mexican census data count more than 100,000 Tarahumara. They

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr and Timothy Kellison

introduction (pp.  77 – 105 ). London, UK : Sage Publications . Collins , T.W. , & Grineski , S.E. ( 2008 ). Unequal impacts of downtown redevelopment: The case of stadium building in Phoenix, AZ . Journal of Poverty, 11 ( 1 ), 23 – 54 . doi: 10.1300/J134v11n01_02 Cordery , C.J. , Sim , D

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Mark Dottori, Guy Faulkner, Ryan Rhodes, Norm O’Reilly, Leigh Vanderloo and Gashaw Abeza

: obesity (increasing numbers of overweight children) Topic: unhealthy eating habits (food in schools/at home, fast foods, etc.) Topic: lack of physical activity (home, school, outdoor, indoor, etc.) Topic: socioeconomic (poverty, access to resources, costs, safety in neighborhoods, single parents, etc