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Vassilios Ziakas and Sylvia Trendafilova

Monthly Frequency Cost Print: Specialized Magazines (Number = 7) 85% 4 $25,000 Internet: Social Media 95% 6 – Public Relations Activities 70% 2 $2,000 Total $27,000 Ian then continued by asking himself, “also, the event should be promoted nationally through its own website, an entry on the town’s web

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Daniel Wigfield, Ryan Snelgrove, Luke R. Potwarka, Katie Misener and Laura Wood

Academy II: Essential Skills (for incoming 7th- to 11th-grade players). Although the day camps each have specific areas of emphasis, all of them include interactive off-court activities and film sessions, multi-sport games and competitions, leadership and communication training, attitude, habit and

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Christopher R. Barnhill, W. Andrew Czekanski and Adam G. Pfleegor

( 2009 ) and Eichorn ( 2001 ). Distribution took place during the fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters. To avoid biasing student answers, all surveys were distributed and collected prior to any lectures or learning activities by the course instructors. All procedures were in compliance with university

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Lynley Ingerson and Michael L. Naraine

’s specific aims: to “further protect Australian cricket from threats of doping, match-fixing, and other activities that may undermine the integrity of its competitions and the game of cricket” ( Cricket Network, 2013 ). In addition, the unit was to “be responsible for overseeing CA’s anti-corruption measures

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Emily Sparvero, Randall Griffiths and Jacob Tingle

portfolio. New Challenges Lately, Jack has noticed some of his staff, including his youngest daughter Amanda, talking more about shifting toward what he calls “Soft-Cs”, meaning knock-offs of combat sports. Activities like cardio kick-boxing had been around for a while, but now there were all of these

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Laura Misener, Kerri Bodin and Marika Kay

Executive Officer of Swimming Canada wrote about the significance of the “decision to incorporate the activities of disabled swimmers into the mainstream of SNC” ( Swimming Canada, 1993 ). This was the first time SWAD were mentioned in business reports, which seemed to mark the organizational starting point

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Jules Woolf and Jess C. Dixon

group dynamics in a way that replicates the reality we see in practice. One such approach that is popular in business education and health-related fields is the use of simulations. These are activities designed to proximate real-life situations where individuals and groups make decisions and learn the

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Megan B. Shreffler, Adam R. Cocco, Regina G. Presley and Chelsea C. Police

development, and overall satisfaction with the educational experience ( Kuh, 2016 ). Engagement refers to the quality of effort put forth by students toward educationally purposeful activities that contribute to desired outcomes ( Kuh, 2003 ). Educators have enacted a number of polices, programs, and

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Megan B. Shreffler, Samuel H. Schmidt and James Weiner

-on, practical experience in the learning process. Within experiential learning, learners are offered opportunities to actively participate in activities through direct contact with the topic being studied rather than simply thinking about or discussing the topic at hand ( Bublitz, Philipich, & Blatz, 2015

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Molly Hayes Sauder and Michael Mudrick

often.” Although the term “experiential learning” encompasses a wide variety of educational activities ( Hesser, 2013 ), internships play a particularly prominent role in the sport management curriculum ( Koo, Diacin, Khojasteh, & Dixon, 2016 ). Sport management programs vary in their approach to