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Chad Seifried, Chris Barnhill and J. Michael Martinez

creates barriers between subdisciplines. Such a perspective is also shared by many others in sport management. For instance, James ( 2018 ) indicated his own program conducted a self-examination as to curriculum design and student preparation. Perhaps the findings from this study can be applied by other

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Matt R. Huml and Marlene A. Dixon

collegiate athletics . In A.N. Milner & J.H. Braddock (Eds.), Women in sports: Breaking barriers, facing obstacles (pp.  243 – 262 ). Santa Barbara, CA : ABC-CLIO-Praeger . Harpaz , I. , & Snir , R. ( 2003 ). Workaholism: Its definition and nature . Human Relations, 56 , 291 – 319 . doi

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Adam Karg, Heath McDonald and Civilai Leckie

audiences, sport broadcasting emerged as a critical component of sport organizations operations and revenue ( Mason, 1999 ; Whannel, 1992 ). Drivers of this growth have included technological innovation in materials, communications, and digital processing ( Potts & Thomas, 2018 ), with less barriers

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Chad Seifried, Brian Soebbing and Kwame J.A. Agyemang

, television emerged to help create and sustain bowl games. Yet, television coverage became ubiquitous and thus, a previous barrier to receive bowl certification was mitigated. With ESPN’s ownership of several bowl games and broadcast dominance, it appears the mobility of a game’s status remained stable

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Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes and Marc Theeboom

). Research partnerships in sport for development and peace: Challenges, barriers, and strategies . Journal of Sport Management, 30 , 282 – 297 . doi:10.1123/jsm.2014-0288 10.1123/jsm.2014-0288 Wenger , E. ( 1998 ). Communities of practice: Learning, meaning, and identity . Cambridge, UK : Cambridge

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Gareth J. Jones, Christine E. Wegner, Kyle S. Bunds, Michael B. Edwards and Jason N. Bocarro

as a barrier to developing effective SL. This is particularly salient when one considers the limited human and social capital of local leaders ( Sharpe, 2006 ) and the immense structural inequalities that are characteristic of SFD contexts. Such an environment calls for integrated leadership systems

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Brent D. Oja, Henry T. Wear and Aaron W. Clopton

) argued that these singular events create feelings of importance for those individuals who attend, and this allows the event to “inject new energy into the communal atmosphere” (p. 110). This energy around the community breaks down communication and social barriers and allows for a unique opportunity to

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Brendan O’Hallarn, Stephen L. Shapiro, Marion E. Hambrick, D.E. Wittkower, Lynn Ridinger and Craig A. Morehead

. Figure 1 —Conceptual model of public sphere creation through sport-themed Twitter hashtags. Clearly, barriers do exist to the creation of public spheres through Twitter hashtags. However, the proposed model ( O’Hallarn, 2015 ) affords the opportunity to examine online sport discourse via Twitter hashtags

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Kirstin Hallmann, Anita Zehrer, Sheranne Fairley and Lea Rossi

strongest motive to volunteer for both males and females ( Burns et al., 2008 ). In the context of sport event volunteering, Downward et al. ( 2005 ) have found that females are more likely to see volunteering as a means to increase social capital and overcome barriers that they may face in the labor market

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Kwame J.A. Agyemang, Brennan K. Berg and Rhema D. Fuller

, and observing. Meanwhile, deterring refers to the enactment of coercive barriers that halt any type of institutional change. Together, the previously mentioned three forms of maintenance work are noted for their high degree of directness because the actors are very much aware of the actions and its