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Katie E. Misener

toward social innovation, it is particularly salient to examine the structural barriers that constrain our behavior and act as roadblocks to change ( Chalmers, 2013 ). According to Anderson et al. ( 2013 ), “well-being can be affected by how an employee delivers a service, the design of a service process

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Daniel Bjärsholm

Social entrepreneurship represents a new organizational form reflecting a time of societal change. The concept of social entrepreneurship has in recent years received an increased academic interest from the field of sport management. This review therefore aims to outline the scope and focus of, as well as theoretically position, the utilization of the concept of social entrepreneurship in the current body of peer-reviewed research within the field of sport and social entrepreneurship. Thirty-three English language peer-reviewed articles were selected and analyzed using Gartner’s (1985) variables of entrepreneurship and three schools of thought within social entrepreneurship. The findings show that the scope of research into sport and social entrepreneurship is limited and that sport plays a minor role in the articles. The articles focus on the processes of social entrepreneurship, but the manner in which the concept of social entrepreneurship is used differs between articles and is seldom defined. These findings indicate that much can be done to better understand sport and social entrepreneurship. Emerging directions for future research are provided.

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Rodrigo Reis, Ruth F. Hunter, Leandro Garcia, and Deborah Salvo

solutions should also be guided by the principles and practices of social innovations allowing communities to generate ideas and solutions collaboratively to adapt at-scale physical activity promotion strategies for a changing climate. Finally, it is paramount that physical activity promotion strategies are

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Per G. Svensson and Richard Loat

stakeholders who otherwise would not interact is often where and how social innovation is created ( Shier & Handy, 2015 , 2016 ). In the context of the SCI, Fight for Peace developed a methodology convening stakeholders from multiple sectors to develop improved solutions in response to youth crime and

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Ryan Snelgrove and Laura Wood

.E. ( 2019 ). Exploring how eternal stakeholders shape social innovation in sport for development and peace . Sport Management Review, 22, 540 – 552 . doi:10.1016/j.smr.2018.07.002 10.1016/j.smr.2018.07.002 Winand , M. , Rihoux , B. , Robinson , L. , & Zintz , T. ( 2012 ). Pathways to high

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Per G. Svensson, Seungmin Kang, and Jae-Pil Ha

their missions ( Svensson & Hambrick, 2018 ; Joachim, Schulenkorf, Schlenker, & Frawley, 2019 ). Play International’s incubator for facilitating improved solutions for the role of play and the sport for development social innovation fund cocreated by the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and the SOL

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Greg Joachim, Nico Schulenkorf, Katie Schlenker, Stephen Frawley, and Adam Cohen

Ratten ( 2016 ) noted that public organizations are more likely than larger, typically commercial organizations to pursue social innovations. While larger organizations tend to possess the resources (primarily, the finances) to develop innovation, it is smaller organizations who tend to have the

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Gareth J. Jones, Elizabeth Taylor, Christine Wegner, Colin Lopez, Heather Kennedy, and Anthony Pizzo

( Schulenkorf, 2012 ). While recent research recommends that SDP nonprofits embrace social innovation to address these issues ( Svensson & Hambrick, 2016 ), it is also important to consider alternative, government-led approaches to implementation ( Lindsey & Chapman, 2017 ). When contemplating who should be

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Margaret McGladrey, Angela Carman, Christy Nuetzman, and Nicole Peritore

): 31 – 35 . 18. Hanleybrown F , Kania J , Kramer M . Channeling change: making collective impact work [published online ahead of print January 26, 2012]. Stanford Social Innovation Review . . 19. Wolff T