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Predictors of poor sportspersonship in youth sports: personal attitudes and social influences.
The present study examined personal and social correlates of poor sportspersonship among youth sport participants. Male and female athletes (n = 676) in the fifth through eighth grades from threeExpand
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Barriers and supports for female coaches: an ecological model
A vast amount of literature exists pertaining to female coaches at all levels of competition from around the globe. Within this article, using Brofenbrenner's ecological systems theory, the complexExpand
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Interventions to promote physical activity among young and adolescent girls: a systematic review.
A narrative systematic review was conducted to describe the available evidence from physical activity (PA) interventions that targeted girls aged 5-18 years and to determine their effectiveness andExpand
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The Relation Between Perceived Parent-Created Sport Climate and Competitive Male Youth Hockey Players' Good and Poor Sport Behaviors
The authors examined achievement goal orientation (J. L. Duda & J. G. Nicholls, 1992), parental influence (M. L. Babkes & M. R. Weiss, 1999), and the parent-initiated motivational climate (S. A.Expand
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Exploring Elite Female Athletes’ Interpretations of Sport Media Images
Scholars have produced a body of evidence demonstrating media portrayals of sportswomen emphasize femininity/heterosexuality versus athletic competence and argue that such coverage trivializesExpand
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Do Youth Sports Prevent Pediatric Obesity? A Systematic Review and Commentary
Sport is a promising setting for obesity prevention among youth, but little is known about whether it prevents obesity. We reviewed research comparing sport participants with nonparticipants onExpand
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Expanding the Interpersonal Dimension: Closeness in the Coach-Athlete Relationship
The close-relationship literature informed content analysis of open-ended responses of collegiate athletes (n = 431). Nineteen dimensions of closeness emerged, including the most frequently citedExpand
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THE SPORT BEHAVIOR OF YOUTH, PARENTS, AND COACHES The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
This study assessed the frequency of good and poor sport behaviors as perceived by young athletes, parents, and coaches. A secondary goal was to examine related sportspersonship attitudes. A total ofExpand
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