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Matthew A. Masucci

( Masucci, Butryn, & Johnson, 2019 ) advocated for the implementation of a GPS chip so that authorities could easily track their movements and eliminate the need for painstakingly filling out paperwork declaring their location for the purpose of unannounced testing! More realistically, however, the authors

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Brennan Petersen, Mark Eys, Kody Watson and M. Blair Evans

.e., cross-sectional) 40 34 6  2 19 15 4  3+ 7 5 2 Data-collection approach  questionnaire 62 53 9  observation 4 1 3  interview (as part of a mixed-method study) 3 3 0  video observation 3 2 1  GPS (global positioning system) position tracking 1 1 0 Group dynamics construct (and general description)  cohesion

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Thomas L. McKenzie

identification, mapping, and spatial-area calculations of target areas via iPad GPS technology. Typical SOPLAY/SOPARC outcome data include the number and proportion of participants in an activity area overall and by variable of interest (e.g., gender and age groupings), as well as the frequency and the

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Cheryl M. Glazebrook

activity interventions, provide feedback, and conduct affordable portable movement assessment ( Bort-Roig et al., 2014 ; del Rosario, Redmond, & Lovell, 2015 ; Lathia et al., 2013 ). A key technological feature of any cellphone—the global positioning system (GPS)—was made possible by a group of curious

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Glynn M. McGehee, Beth A. Cianfrone and Timothy Kellison

access to the stadium. The team also highlighted their partnership with Waze, a GPS navigation app, and with Uber, a ride-sharing provider ( Atlanta Braves, 2017 ). Like their informational communication, The AJC’s coverage of transit investments and traffic reported on the team’s transit information