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Alison Doherty and Graham Cuskelly

There is growing theoretical and empirical interest in nonprofit voluntary community sport organizations (CSOs) or clubs as a critical part of the sporting landscape ( Doherty & Cousens, 2013 ; Jeanes et al., 2018 ; Macrae, 2017 ; Swierzy, Wicker, & Breuer, 2018 ). These membership organizations

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Jennifer E. McGarry, Justin M. Evanovich, Nneka A. Arinze, Kolin Ebron, and Jun Young Cho

neighboring town, who was interested in partnering with West Jefferson and the Harris Center on a project for a class on community sport. To Ms. Jackson, a class on community sport, with a professor who had previous experience in non-profit sport, sounded like it had potential. Ms. Jackson was hopeful. The

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Pamela Wicker, Katie E. Misener, Lisa A. Kihl, and Graham Cuskelly

for-profit and nonprofit settings. Occupational fraud in community sport organizations (CSOs) encompasses a range of embezzlement activities (e.g., theft, forged and blank check writing, opening credit cards, crediting fake supplier accounts) predominantly committed by voluntary treasurers, presidents

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Camille Sabourin, Stéphanie Turgeon, Laura Martin, Scott Rathwell, Mark Bruner, John Cairney, and Martin Camiré

high school sport participation, community sport participation, and nonsport extracurricular activity involvement (i.e., organized activity involvement) during their high school years would report experiencing greater perceived psychological distress than participants with a narrower breadth of

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Katie E. Misener

youth sport context can facilitate well-being for parents via a meaningful and healthy lifestyle rather than one that enables negative behavior and a loss of a parent’s own leisure. This topic is highly relevant to the community sport sector, and to me as a parent of two young children who participate

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Philippe Crisp

Community sport coaches in the United Kingdom, through using sport projects, play an important role in delivering wider social policy objectives. These objectives relate to how the use of sport is seen to be effective in managing changes in individuals through positive youth development (PYD) and

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Kristen A. Morrison and Katie E. Misener

 al., 2018 ; Ferkins et al., 2009 ). Engaging in a strategic planning process may help nonprofit leaders to develop strategic thinking as well as build capacity to sustain and expand their programs despite environmental uncertainty ( Hu et al., 2014 ). Nonprofit community sport organizations (CSOs), such as

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Velina B. Brackebusch

rely on government funding and nonprofit clubs for an opportunity to play and exercise. Managing and Developing Community Sport is a timely book, as it addresses the link between community sport and the business sector by reviewing how physical activity, sport development, health promotions, coaching

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Patti Millar and Alison Doherty

Organizational capacity is the assets and resources an organization draws on to achieve its goals ( Hall et al., 2003 ). It has been the focus of increasing attention in the nonprofit sector and community sport context in particular, as scholars endeavor to understand the critical dimensions of

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Kirsty Forsdike and Simone Fullagar

environment of sport. We provide a graphic visualization (Figure  2 ) of these domains as they intersect with culture, policy, and implementation, influencing violence against women and the responses of community sport. It brings together and adapts the feminist socioecological frameworks of Heise ( 1998