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

contributions. First, we suggest strategic IR are capable of producing new products when certain conditions are met regarding asymmetry, reciprocity, and efficiency. Second, the present findings indicate sport organizations rich in resources may be slower to establish additional IR because of resource buffers

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Ashley N. Weingartz and Stacy Warner

look into a social media management software like Hootsuite, Buffer, or HubSpot. Allyson had heard of these in some of her classes and took the advice to learn more about them to heart. Allyson’s faculty advisor also reminded her it would be important to review some of the background of Little League

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Molly Hayes Sauder, Michael Mudrick and Jaime R. DeLuca

-concept among female students, supportive peers could buffer this lowering of STEM self-concept. Rincón and George-Jackson ( 2016 ) similarly found that female engineering students had a more positive perception of their department’s climate when they perceived more of a social support system. Such work in the

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Jeffrey A. Graham and Marlene A. Dixon

, multiple roles provide a buffer against failure in any single role (i.e., status security). Third, role accumulation leads to a build-up of tangible and social resources, which are transferrable and thus increase one’s ability to meet the obligations of other roles in the role system (i.e., status

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Joseph H. Moore

researchers have considered how to use the tool most effectively ( Cooper, 2013 ; DeMers, 2015 ; Hall, 2015 ). They found that one way of increasing engagement is to use visuals. Hall ( 2015 ) reported that 63% of all social media is images, and tweets with images on Buffer receive 150% more retweets than

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Gregory A. Cranmer and Sara LaBelle

process—an underexplored component underlying athletes’ reporting behaviors ( Baugh et al., 2014 ). These relational elements significantly predicted athletes’ intentions to disclose symptomology to coaches in the current study. Likewise, athlete–coach relational quality buffered some of the effects of

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Rachel Arnold, David Fletcher and Jennifer A. Hobson

not only for athletes but also for other staff they were working for. The below quote demonstrates how one leader-manager created pressure for coaching staff which led to them leaving the sport: I think the coaching staff were very strong … they became a bit of a buffer, but you felt that they were

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

just so happens that they believe their logic supersedes that of the others. So, we can begin to understand how institutional maintenance work can act as a buffer to unite logics in the interest of the preservation of the institution as a whole. Theoretically, this finding contributes to the literature

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Jessica L. David, Matthew D. Powless, Jacqueline E. Hyman, DeJon M. Purnell, Jesse A. Steinfeldt and Shelbi Fisher

buffer the potential negative psychological impact that public criticism has on student athletes. Domain 5, #SportPerformanceImplications, also aligns with the dimension of self-acceptance due to reported internalization and lasting effects of Twitter interactions on the participants ( Ryff & Keyes, 1995

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Sophie Knights, Emma Sherry, Mandy Ruddock-Hudson and Paul O’Halloran

.g.,  Donaldson, Earl, & Muratore, 2010 ). Although the sporting literature has identified that planning and preparing can help to buffer an athlete from the negative psychological effects of retirement from sport (e.g.,  Park et al., 2012 ), it has not examined the factors that promote a positive transition that