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William J. Morgan

rules that, as just noted, put in question formalism’s normative bona fides. This theory, dubbed by Bob Simon as “broad internalism” or simply “interpretivism” ( 2007 ), claims that there are important principles of athletic conduct in addition to rules that give us determinative guidance as to how to

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Geovani Messias da Silva and Maria Eduarda Crescencio Bezerra

 = 31.89 cm) resulted in farther jumps than a narrow internal focus ( M  = 178.53, SD  = 31.17 cm), p  = .049 and a broad internal focus ( M  = 173.74, SD  = 35.36 cm), p  = .010 Coker ( 2018 ) 7 Within subject Mixed/children/nonathletes (26) No/yes Jump distance and projection angle Participants

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Cesar R. Torres

Sport, 32 ( 1 ), 1 – 19 . doi:10.1080/00948705.2005.9714667 Russell , J.S. ( 2007a ). Broad internalism and the moral foundations of sport . In W.J. Morgan (Ed.), Ethics in sport ( 2nd ed. , pp.  51 – 66 ). Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics . Russell , J.S. ( 2007b ). Children and