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Nadège Levallet, Norm O’Reilly, Elizabeth Wanless, Michael Naraine, Ethan Alkon and Wade Longmire

experiences, sport organizations need to undertake experiential activities (e.g., trial experiences and active participation) at live events ( Grewal, Levy, & Kumar, 2009 ; Yoshida, 2017 ). Indeed, highly involved fans are likely to have more elaborate thoughts about sport-related experiences, which in turn

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Haylee U. Mercado and John Grady

project, instructors will assign various activities. These activities might include a combination of team-based learning, self-directed online learning, in-class lectures, and integrative learning. The first step is to identify potential facilities, sport organizations, or events in your area. A

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Frederik Ehlen, Jess C. Dixon and Todd M. Loughead

and expressed that, despite being proven in other industries, it ought to be used more frequently in the business of professional sport. Specifically, strategic planning includes “those activities that involve defining the organization’s mission, setting its objectives, and developing strategies to

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Meg G. Hancock, Lindsey Darvin and Nefertiti A. Walker

culture of sport organizations in which men and men’s activities are valued and rewarded ( Knoppers, 1992 ). Cunningham ( 2008 ) argued that the women in various sport settings often face hostile, antagonistic, and discriminatory work environments. Scholars have provided informative reviews on women in

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David Pierce and James Johnson

talents needed by a person (e.g., creativity); and (g) the extent to which certain activities are engaged in (e.g., solve scholarly or technical problems). The Often response was scored 1, the Never response was scored 0, and the Sometimes response was scored 1 for some and 0 for others based on the

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Cole G. Armstrong, Theodore M. Butryn, Vernon L. Andrews and Matthew A. Masucci

activists would be a fruitful classroom activity or assignment with easily adaptable contexts (e.g., collegiate, interscholastic, professional) to suit specific course curricula. This essay may also be used to initiate or extend the discussion of the motives and efficacy of athlete activism by encouraging

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Megan B. Shreffler, Adam R. Cocco and Jacob R. Shreffler

, it is recommended that instructors develop video welcome and lesson overview messages, while also encouraging students to offer up personal profiles with pictures ( Aragon, 2003 ). Another suggestion by Aragon is to create collaborative learning activities that require students to search for content

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Gareth J. Jones, Kristy McCray and Robin Hardin

Model . Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 17 ( 1 ), 3 – 14 . doi:10.1123/wspaj.17.1.3 10.1123/wspaj.17.1.3 Rees , T. , Haslam , S.A. , Coffee , P. , & Lavallee , D. ( 2015 ). A social identity approach to sport psychology: Principles, practice, and prospects . Sports Medicine

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Allison B. Smith, Cheryl R. Rode and Robin Hardin

regard to sexual matters (6.2%) and being asked to participate in social activities outside of work (5.6%). However, 20.7% of the respondents indicated that they had been ogled or looked at in a way to make them feel uncomfortable in the past 12 months (see Table  2 ). The information in Table  2

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David Pierce, Melissa Davies and Bryan Kryder

. Prototypes can include physical creations, storyboards, storytelling, creating videos, or role playing ( Dam & Siang, 2018a ). One particular activity favored by the authors is an activity called “Buy a Feature” ( LUMA Workplace, n.d. ). Based on the notion that price measures value, the game is designed to