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The Importance of the Leaders’ and Coaches’ Motivating Style for Sports Club Members’ Motivation to Participate in Organized Sports: Study of Trickle-Down Effects

Tom De Clerck, Annick Willem, Sofie Morbée, Delfien Van Dyck, and Leen Haerens

, also the role of the sports clubs leaders (i.e., volunteer board members and, in larger sports clubs, executives or CEOs) cannot be underestimated. Namely, leaders can indirectly influence members’ motivation via their impact on coaches (i.e., trickle-down effect). Specifically, the trickle-down effect

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The Political Economy of Mass Sport Participation Legacies From Large-Scale Sport Events: A Conceptual Paper

Alana Thomson, Kristine Toohey, and Simon Darcy

most Western democratic nations sees elite sport prioritized in policy processes, and assumptions are that mass sport participation will benefit via a trickle-down effect • Due to the federated structures and regularity of organized sport occurrence, sport networks are characterized by permanency

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Effect of Elite Sport on Physical Activity Practice in the General Population: A Systematic Review

Alexis Lion, Anne Vuillemin, Florian Léon, Charles Delagardelle, and Aurélie van Hoye

supporting and promoting elite sport with the aim of inducing an increase in PA/sport practice in the general population, which may lead to a healthier population. That is why this proposed mechanism, also called the trickle-down effect, is often used by decision makers and policymakers to legitimize

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assumptions within the field, such as the so-called “trickle-down effect,” which, to date, remains unverified, and the infamous “Goldman Dilemma,” which is at the foundation of some of the unfounded fears that many young athletes are using performance-enhancing drugs. What confounds the issue is that

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“One Piece of a Big Puzzle”: Understanding the Roles of Coach Developers Through Interorganizational Relationships in Canada’s Coach Education System

Jonathon Edwards, Diane Culver, Ross Leadbetter, Kate Kloos, and Luke Potwarka

.g., regulations, policies, coaching requirements, and procedures) and enforced by NSOs and the Coaching Association of Canada. These standards have a “trickle downeffect through to P/TSOs, and sometimes the community sport organizations, that ultimately select MCDs who train the CDs for delivery. These roles and

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Print Media Framing of the Olympic Games Before Canadian Referendums: The Cases of Calgary 2026 and Vancouver 2010

Jared F.K. Monaghan and Claudio M. Rocha

citizen frequency of participation post-Olympics ( Kokolakakis et al., 2019 ; Potwarka & Wicker, 2021 ). The so-called trickle-down effect suggests that, although unlikely to inspire sedentary people to get active, hosting Olympic Games can inspire active people to become even more active and the

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Exogenous Policy Shock and Logic Centrality Shift: NBA Policy and NCAA Outcomes

Matthew Juravich and Brian M. Mills

hypothesizing. Through the onset of a development logic, we propose that player talent dispersion has been impacted across all organizations comprising the field while parity at the team level has also been affected. Specifically, we propose a trickle-down effect of player talent dispersion that has directly

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Heroes at Home, Suspects Abroad? National and International Perceptions of Elite-Sports Success

Jan Haut, Freya Gassmann, Eike Emrich, Tim Meyer, and Christian Pierdzioch

). Research on societal effects of elite-sports success is scarce (for an overview see Haut, 2014 ), but the existing evidence suggests that assumptions regarding the impact of success are over-generalized. For instance, a general trickle-down effect of elite-sports success on mass-sports participation

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“What Have I Learned … ” and How Did I Get There? Reflection on a Research Journey

Marijke Taks

.1080/16078055.2016.1225884 Maharaj , B. ( 2015 ). The turn of the south? Social and economic impacts of mega-events in India, Brazil and South Africa . Local Economy, 30 ( 8 ), 983 – 999 . Misener , L. , Taks , M. , Chalip , L. , & Green , B.C. ( 2015 ). The elusive “trickle-down

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The Causal Effect of Voluntary Roles in Sport on Subjective Well-Being in European Countries

Pamela Wicker and Paul Downward

commuter” and the happy sport tourist? European Sport Management Quarterly . Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/16184742.2019.1613439 10.1080/16184742.2019.1613439 Wicker , P. , & Frick , B. ( 2016 ). Recruitment and retention of referees in nonprofit sport organizations: The trickle-down