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Sara Oliveira, Marina Cunha, António Rosado, and Cláudia Ferreira

this recent study, a positive association between the compassionate coach perceived by the athlete and indicators of mental health, such as social safeness, was found ( Oliveira et al., 2021a ). Social safeness is defined as a pleasant and safe affective state related to social context (i

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, including both low- and high-consensus information. Individuals with high SII will make “socially safe” decisions regardless of whether many or only a few individuals endorse a behavior. Although this article discussed the findings in the context of public policy marketing, it is relevant for sport

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Bryan C. Clift

—although not always—create physical, psychological, or socially safe spaces ( Brady, 2005 ; Hartmann, 2003 ; Spaaij & Schulenkorf, 2014 ). Notable was Wacquant’s ( 2004 ) ethnography of boxing and the American urban ghetto, wherein he regarded the gym as an island of order, virtue, and protection from

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Martin K. Erikstad, Bjørn Tore Johansen, Marius Johnsen, Tommy Haugen, and Jean Côté

the development of soccer skills. Yet, factors that emerged as important in relation to the development of prominent levels of performance were (a) proximity to role models; (b) competitiveness within a socially safe environment; and (c) having a highly competent coach who provided support, challenges