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Edward Hebert

. References Ambrose , S.A. , Huston , T.A. , & Norman , M. ( 2005 ). A qualitative method for assessing faculty satisfaction . Research in Higher Education, 46 ( 7 ), 803 – 830 . doi:10.1007/s11162-004-6226-6 Baldwin , R.G. , & Blackburn , R.T. ( 1981 ). The academic career as a developmental

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Katie E. Misener

audiences outside of academic settings to improve our own and others’ lives ( Trussell, 2015 ). Within sport management, there have been several recent calls for the use of contemporary qualitative methods as a way to create “alternative approaches to questions that have perplexed us all for some time and

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Colin G. Pennington and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

review indicates, for example, that the OST literature primarily reflects traditional qualitative methods. The integration of quantitative research, including psychometric surveys and more direct measures of assessment such as systematic observation, remains largely underutilized. This represents a gap

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

capacity include the use of systematic observation of groups to observe the extent to which members’ perceptions of groupness align with the interactions that occur among members (e.g.,  Herbison, Vierimaa, Côté, & Martin, 2019 ). Similarly, qualitative methods (e.g., semistructured interviews, focus

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Carrie W. LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer and Gregory Greenhalgh

voices of participants being heard, all of which lends itself to qualitative work. In Darnell et al. ( 2018 ) sociological commentary on the state of SFD, they note the following: through rigorous qualitative methods, social and political insights from the micro (individuals, relationships and

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Erik L. Lachance and Milena M. Parent

management (e.g.,  Singer et al., 2019 ) and sport event volunteerism research (e.g.,  Kim & Cuskelly, 2017 ), only a few studies have incorporated qualitative methods, such as interviews and participant observations (e.g.,  Misener & Doherty, 2009 ). As such, the present study uses a qualitative approach

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Camilla J. Knight

, Keskivaara, & Punamäki, 2005 ; Sapieja, Dunn, & Holt, 2011 ) to identify the relationship between different parenting styles and certain outcomes (e.g., sport satisfaction, perfectionism) or qualitative methods to examine the parenting practices associated with different styles ( Holt, Tamminen, Black

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Jon Welty Peachey, Laura Burton, Janelle Wells and Mi Ryoung Chung

. Qualitative Method We conducted 14 semistructured interviews by phone or Skype with founders, executive directors, and followers (employees) from smaller (5–25 employees) SDP organizations around the world with diverse missions and foci. To best answer the research question, 14 individuals were purposively

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Orland Hoeber, Ryan Snelgrove, Larena Hoeber and Laura Wood

motivation that many researchers have for sampling the data is embedded within the qualitative methods used to analyze the data, such as thematic analysis, content analysis, and deconstruction. Such processes are time consuming and cognitively taxing, necessitating the use of approaches to reduce the dataset

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Stephen Frawley, Daniel Favaloro and Nico Schulenkorf

Qualitative Methods, 5 , 80 – 92 . doi:10.1177/160940690600500107 10.1177/160940690600500107 Ferkins , L. , & Shilbury , D. ( 2012 ). Good boards are strategic: What does that mean for sport governance? Journal of Sport Management, 26 ( 1 ), 67 – 80 . doi:10.1123/jsm.26.1.67 10.1123/jsm.26