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Scientific Writing in Kinesiology: The Michigan Model

Kathryn I. Clark, Thomas J. Templin, and Taylor J. Lundberg

students with classes having strong foundations in research methods and data acquisition, which cover the former. However, only two schools in the Big Ten Academic Alliance have incorporated a class specific to scientific argumentation into their respective kinesiology programs, highlighting a deficiency

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Contradiction or Cohesion? Tracing Questions of Protection and Fairness in Scientifically Driven Elite Sport Policies

Anna Posbergh

sports continue to draw upon “scientificarguments ( Scovel et al., 2022 ). Likewise, written policies, particularly those denoting (female) eligibility, continue to circulate and privilege scientific knowledges despite the acknowledged importance of sociocultural and (geo)political factors ( Posbergh

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Stress and Coping Experiences of U.K. Professional Football Managers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sofie Kent, Tracey Devonport, Rachel Arnold, and Faye Didymus

that can be represented by scientific theories ( Fletcher, 2017 ). Moreover, position assumes that deductive logic can and should be used in analyses of all scientific arguments, regardless of what methodology is applied ( Danermark, 2019 ). Therefore, this research is informed by transactional stress