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Michael M. Goldman and David P. Hedlund

use different types of sport media broadcasts to maintain relationships between sports and their fans. The theoretical lens most often used to examine the interrelationship between changes in media and communication, as well as changes in culture and society, is mediatization ( Couldry & Hepp, 2013

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Henk Erik Meier, Jörg Hagenah, and Malte Jetzke

industry has responded to previous media transformations by efforts of mediatization, that is, by submitting to the logic of mass media ( Altheide, 2013 ; Frandsen, 2014 ; Strömbäck, 2008 , 2011 ). As will be revealed in this case study, digital plenitude has indeed inspired another round of

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Fernando Borges

mediatization process ( Livingstone & Lunt, 2014 ) and how “media logic” ( Altheide & Snow, 1979 ) is being adopted by other social institutions. Furthermore, it is worth noting the symbiotic relationship between media and sport organizations, considering examples of sports and media organizations that crossed

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You Fu and Ryan D. Burns

with lower levels of actual and perceived motor competence also tended to have lower autonomous motivation for sports and global self-worth. However, in young kindergarten children, perceived competence did not mediate the relationship between motor skill proficiency and physical activity ( Crane

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Matthieu P. Boisgontier, Dan Orsholits, Martina von Arx, Stefan Sieber, Matthew W. Miller, Delphine Courvoisier, Maura D. Iversen, Stéphane Cullati, and Boris Cheval

experiences on functional dependence and depressive symptoms, as well as the effect of depressive symptoms on functional dependence, thereby suggesting that depressive symptoms could mediate the effect of adverse childhood experiences on functional dependence. However, to the best of our knowledge, no study

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Lewis Keane, Emma Sherry, Nico Schulenkorf, Joel Negin, Ding Ding, Adrian Bauman, Edward Jegasothy, and Justin Richards

have been inconclusive. 13 – 15 A previous suite of reviews has found that different face-to-face and remote PA interventions had a variable effect on PA behavior. 16 – 18 Further, a review of mediators of PA behavior change 19 included 22 eligible studies, half of which failed to find an

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Ali Al-Yaaribi and Maria Kavussanu

experiences during the match. They found that players’ perceptions of prosocial teammate behavior were positively related to their effort, perceived performance, and commitment. In addition, the relationships between prosocial teammate behavior and effort and performance were mediated by enjoyment: Players

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Kara L. Gavin, Julian Wolfson, Mark Pereira, Nancy Sherwood, and Jennifer A. Linde

between life events and weight regain has received limited attention. Obtaining a better understanding of the relationships among physical activity, stressful life events, and weight regain is important given that physical activity may function as a moderator and a mediator of weight regain. For example

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Navin Kaushal, Ryan E. Rhodes, John T. Meldrum, and John C. Spence

-building strategies to facilitate PA. Thus, a clear need exists to examine whether interventions focused on habit formation can change PA. The purpose of this study was to examine whether changes in MVPA were mediated by habit, while controlling for more traditional social cognitive and behavioral strategy constructs

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Susumu Iwasaki, Mary D. Fry, and Candace M. Hogue

engagement mediated the relationship between athletes’ perceptions of a caring/task-involving climate and both adaptive practice strategy use and the ability of the young athletes to peak under pressure. These results suggest that when athletes are encouraged to create a supportive, accepting environment for