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Patricia Vertinsky

, 2002 ). 26 By dancing in high schools and colleges, he believed, they had exposed boys and young men to masculine dance as an art form for the first time in America. In a statement to the press, Shawn claimed that the young men of his group, like graduate college students finishing their professional

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Meg G. Hancock, Alicia Cintron and Lindsey Darvin

). Shadowing, internships, professional training opportunities, and volunteer experiences have been shown to positively influence career interests, expectations, and goals ( Chinomona & Surujlal, 2012 ; Cunningham et al., 2005 ). Gomez-Mejia ( 1983 ) found that such “on-the-job experience” might also reduce

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David Ekholm

coaches who have practiced sport continuously in life but lack professional training in education or social work. The coaches, predominantly men aged between twenty and thirty, have experience of growing up in socio-economically distressed, so-called areas of exclusion—something that is stressed in the

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Christoph Szedlak, Matthew Smith, Melissa Day and Bettina Callary

addition, they identified a lack of opportunity to develop such psychological skills in the professional training required to become an accredited S&C coach. Practically, our findings support Radcliffe et al.’s ( 2013 ) and Collins and Durand-Bush’s ( 2014 ) suggestion that psychological strategies such as

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Alessandro Quartiroli, Edward F. Etzel, Sharon M. Knight and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

“cost’ of professional engagement by focusing on positive outcomes and thus potentially experience more positive, effective, and long-lasting careers. Many practitioners tend to wrongly assume that their professional training, role, and experience will protect them from experiencing negative outcomes of