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Addressing Disparities in Physical Activity Participation Among African American and Latino Youth

Rebecca E. Hasson

 al., 2009 ) and lower academic achievement ( Carlson et al., 2008 ; Kwak et al., 2009 ) than regularly active children. Research has consistently documented age disparities in youth physical activity, with children’s participation in MVPA decreasing by 38 minutes per year from age 9 to age 15 ( Nader

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Physical Inactivity, Inequalities, and Disparities Across Districts of Iran: A STEPs Survey-Based Analysis

Amirali Hajebi, Maryam Nasserinejad, Sina Azadnajafabad, Erfan Ghasemi, Negar Rezaei, Moein Yoosefi, Azin Ghamari, Mohammad Keykhaei, Ali Ghanbari, Esmaeil Mohammadi, Mohammad-Mahdi Rashidi, Fateme Gorgani, Mana Moghimi, Alireza Namazi Shabestari, and Farshad Farzadfar

to evaluate the inequalities and disparities across districts of Iran. As a result, no subnational study or survey with detailed data on spatial disparities is available. Therefore, based on the data obtained from Iran STEPwise approach to risk factor Surveillance (STEPs) Survey 2016, the present

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Classroom-Based Physical Activity: Minimizing Disparities in School-Day Physical Activity Among Elementary School Students

Hannah G. Calvert, Matthew T. Mahar, Brian Flay, and Lindsey Turner

interaction terms to test a priori hypothesized disparities. Given literature showing that males accrue more steps than females across the school day, 18 we hypothesized that males would accrue more steps than females during all PA opportunities (PE, recess, and CBPA). Similarly, given that PA levels are

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#BodyIssue and Instagram: A Gender Disparity in Conversation, Coverage, and Content in ESPN The Magazine

Sara Santarossa, Paige Coyne, Sarah J. Woodruff, and Craig G. Greenham

the types and tones of thoughts and opinions generated around the athletes may differ depending on the gender of the athlete, with commenters on male body-image athletes more likely to use profanity than on women body-image athletes. A gender disparity was also identified in terms of ESPN’s Instagram

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Reducing LGBTQ+ Physical Activity Disparities Through Improved Measurement and Inclusion of Sexual Orientation in US National Data Sets

Keegan T. Peterson and Melissa Bopp

. 1 Research has linked this disparity in activity to limited self-efficacy to engage in PA, a lack of social support that promotes activity, and environmental barriers that limit accessibility and engagement to activity. 2 Further, those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer

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A Decomposition Analysis of Racial Disparities in Physical Activity Among Cancer Survivors: National Health Interview Survey 2009–2018

Yves Paul Vincent Mbous, Rowida Mohamed, and Ruchi Bhandari

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 18 million Americans have invasive cancer history. 1 This burden is unequally distributed as racial and ethnic disparities in cancer incidence and mortality attest. 2 – 7 Major cancer organizations in the United States have listed physical

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Park Use and Park-Based Physical Activity in Low-Income Neighborhoods

Deborah A. Cohen, Bing Han, Sujeong Park, Stephanie Williamson, and Kathryn P. Derose

, 2013 ) Along with disparities in access, there are also disparities in park use: Parks are used more by younger than by older groups and more by males than females ( Cohen et al., 2016 ; Evenson, Jones, Holliday, Cohen, & McKenzie, 2016 ). Another barrier to physical activity as people age is the

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Park Marketing Strategies, Park Conditions, and Park Use: A Longitudinal National Study of Parks

Andrea Richardson, Bing Han, Stephanie Williamson, and Deborah Cohen

physical activity disparities. 10 – 13 Parks provide opportunities to experience nature and to engage in physical recreation. However, some studies have indicated that parks are less plentiful in low-income areas than in affluent neighborhoods. 14 , 15 In addition, although parks are underutilized, 16

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Examination of Physical Activity, Organized Sport, and Sitting Time Among Women and Mothers From Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds

Susan Paudel, Gita D. Mishra, Jenny Veitch, Gregore I. Mielke, and Kylie D. Hesketh

-016-9744-8 52. Reece LJ , Owen K.B , Foley BC . AusPlay NSW: Participation Analysis in Structured Sport and Physical Activity Amongst Adults . The University of Sydney ; 2020 . 53. Smith BJ , Thomas M , Batras D . Overcoming disparities in organized physical activity: findings from

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Updated National Estimates of Disparities in Physical Activity and Sports Participation Experienced by Children and Adolescents With Disabilities: NSCH 2016–2017

Samantha M. Ross, Ellen Smit, Joonkoo Yun, Kathleen Bogart, Bridget Hatfield, and Samuel W. Logan

school-aged children engage in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise, sport, or PA daily. 4 Children with disabilities are a recognized priority group, 5 reporting some of the lowest PA levels among US school-aged children. 6 – 9 However, estimating the magnitude of PA disparities