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Jesse King and Robert Madrigal

and meaning of an incongruent sponsorship to consumers ( Cornwell, Humphreys, Maguire, Weeks, & Tellegen, 2006 ). Sponsorship articulation refers to the brand’s deliberate attempt to explain the relationship between a sponsor and property to create an association between the two entities in consumers

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Nicolas Pontes, Vivian Pontes, Hyun Seung Jin, and Chris Mahar

sponsor and sponsee, marketers often use a sponsorship articulation strategy with the aim to improve perceptions of fit by explaining the basis and meaning of the relationship between sponsor and sponsee ( Cornwell et al., 2006 ; Mazodier & Quester, 2014 ). Sponsorship articulation is a common and well

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David A. Urquhart, Gordon A. Bloom, and Todd M. Loughead

et al., 2014 ; Vallée & Bloom, 2016 ; Voight & Carroll, 2006 ; Yukelson & Rose, 2014 ). The myriad of factors that guide the articulation and implementation of a coaching vision for highly accomplished coaches has received increased attention in the literature (e.g.,  Gould et al., 2017 ; Hodge

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Silvia C. Lipski, Stefanie Unger, Martine Grice, and Ingo G. Meister

Adult speakers have developed precise forward models of articulation for their native language and seem to rely less on auditory sensory feedback. However, for learning of the production of new speech sounds, auditory perception provides a corrective signal for motor control. We assessed adult German speakers’ speech motor learning capacity in the absence of auditory feedback but with clear somatosensory information. Learners were presented with a nonnative singleton-geminate duration contrast of voiceless, unaspirated bilabial plosives /p/ vs. /pp/ which is present in Italian. We found that the lack of auditory feedback had no immediate effect but that deviating productions emerged during the course of learning. By the end of training, speakers with masked feedback produced strong lengthening of segments and showed more variation on their production than speakers with normal auditory feedback. Our findings indicate that auditory feedback is necessary for the learning of precise coordination of articulation even if somatosensory feedback is salient.

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Lara M. Duke and Cindy K. Piletic

This paper explores the use of collaboration theory and the consensus building framework to develop institutional strategic alliances at two North American postsecondary institutions. Collaboration between institutional and/or external partners offers rich opportunities to develop creative programming that provides students with opportunities for service learning situated in a well-planned curriculum. The collaboration development capitalizes on mutually beneficial outcomes for all partners and affords more informed decision making and impact than if partners were working individually. This paper highlights two successful partnerships and outlines the future direction of those collaborative alliances.

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Laurel R. Davis

This paper focuses on the contemporary white public and scientific preoccupation with the question of racially linked genetic differences between black and white male athletes. It is argued that the preoccupation itself is racist because it is founded on and naturalizes racial categories as fixed and unambiguous biological realities, thus obscuring the political processes of racial formation. The biological determinism underlying the preoccupation conceals both human agency and sociopolitical forces, including racism. NBC Television, by legitimating the preoccupation itself, helped to produce consent for the racial status quo. Strategies that are used to naturalize the preoccupation are exposed.

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Jayne Caudwell

Past and present participation in the game of football (soccer) by women and girls in the UK is mostly through organizational structures and legal and discursive practices that differentiate players by sex and incidentally gender. In this article, the author argues that the emphasis on sex and gender differentiation in football underpins a sporting system that is unable to move beyond sex as pregiven and the sex/gender distinction. The author engages with feminist–queer theory to illustrate how sex, gender, and desire are regulated in order to uphold social relations of power. The focus on women’s footballing bodies demonstrates how the sexed body is socially constructed to inform gender and sexuality. In addition, the author highlights resistance to the compulsory order woman-feminine-heterosexual and presents examples of rearticulations of sex-gender-desire.

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E. Andrew Pitchford and E. Kipling Webster

to total and subscale scores for each group. Thus, the purpose of this study was to further evaluate the clinical validity of the TGMD-3 in children with identified disabilities, including ID, ASD, ADHD, and language or articulation disorders (LAD). Given the breadth of changes made to the TGMD-3

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Thomas P. Oates

/Method: Articulation and Radical Contextualization This paper offers a conjunctural analysis of these two ventures, focusing on how associations with the “iconic ghetto” were positioned as markers of authenticity, and how this articulation was deployed for commercial purposes. My analysis builds on the work of Stuart

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Kellie Baker

Practice (S-STEP) methodology to address two research questions: (a) What do I learn about the practice of implementing MBP in PETE through examining my experiences and those of PSTs? and (b) How can the development and articulation of principles of practice contribute to understandings of MBP