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Lori A. Gano-Overway

research, theoretical papers, reviews, practical articles, and commentaries from a diversity of disciplinary perspectives using varied methodologies. I would like to continue to encourage these submissions; however, I would certainly welcome work that is interdisciplinary or uses mixed method approaches

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Allison B. Smith, Natalie M. Welch and Robin Hardin

( Washington & Patterson, 2011 ; Walker & Sartore-Baldwin, 2013 ). For instance, Institutional Theory has been utilized to assess a number of issues in intercollegiate sport including hegemonic masculinity ( Walker & Sartore-Baldwin, 2013 ), diversity and inclusion ( Cunningham, 2008 ), and

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this has on fragility fracture risk with age. Invited Speaker: Dr. Leanne Norman Reader, Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University, UK Presenting a programme of research towards improving gender diversity in the UK coaching profession Sport and gender literature includes numerous examples of

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Ines Pfeffer and Tilo Strobach

comprised of several higher order control processes that subserve the capacity to self-regulate, wherein individual differences in these processes may predict the translation of intentions into action ( Hofmann et al., 2012 ). In their unity/diversity framework , Miyake and colleagues ( Miyake & Friedman

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Kamiel Reid and Christine Dallaire

/positional “fit” ( Koca & Öztürk, 2015 ), that constrain gender diversity ( Cunningham, 2011 ). We have drawn on two of these types of factors—stereotypes and structural factors ( Cunningham, 2011 )—to further enhance our understanding of how the women we interviewed made sense of their experiences as female

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Gwendolyn M. Weatherford, Betty A. Block and Fredrick L. Wagner

, continually emerging interpretability” (p. 167) and certain universal and formidable challenges. He defined this concept within the context of higher education while describing mass higher education systems as revealing evolving patterns, increasing diversity, being subject to dominant influences that shape

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Pablo Antonio Valdés-Badilla, Carlos Gutiérrez-García, Mikel Pérez-Gutiérrez, Rodrigo Vargas-Vitoria and Antonio López-Fuenzalida

/ethnic diversity data on this sample are provided. Neither was there information on the specific funding for these programs.) The programs were delivered by registered dieticians and certified exercise trainers, and a retention rate of 24.6% in these programs was reported. In Japan, Yokoya et al. ( 2009 ) assessed

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Aston K. McCullough and Carol Ewing Garber

Hartig, Aranzazu Araujo, Clare Viglione, Melina Iacovou, Laurel Belton, Kyle Pietro, Maody Miranda, and Marion Bakhoya. The study was funded in part by a Student Research in Diversity Grant awarded by The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship

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George Sofianidis, Anna-Maria Dimitriou and Vassilia Hatzitaki

 al., 2011 ). Intervention-Specific Effects The two training regimes also revealed some specific effects on the static and dynamic balance control based on the diversity of the nature of the activities involved in the two exercise types. Results of t andem standing revealed a reduction of upper trunk

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Jill R. Reed, Paul Estabrooks, Bunny Pozehl, Kate Heelan and Christopher Wichman

’s framework. This may have affected outcomes, and it is likely we would have seen greater effects of the 5A’s intervention group with a true control group. There was also limited racial/ethnic diversity in the sample; however, the sample was representative of the racial diversity in the rural area where the