Browse College of Applied Health Sciences by Contributor "McDowell, Jacqueline"
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Beyond behavior as a function of chronological age: the roles of motives and subjective age identity in employee citizenship (2013-02-03)The recent economic downturn has intensified challenges associated with financing, staffing and increasing demands for services, which public park and recreation agencies must manage to sustain the quality and quantity of ...
An exploration of the possible adoption and enforcement of gender equity policies in Nigeria to help deal with matters of sex discrimination in athletics (2014-05-30)Sport plays an integral part in forming Nigeria’s identity. Most Nigerian men either engage actively or passively in sport; however, the same cannot be said for Nigerian women. There are inherent paternalistic structures ...
(2012-05-22)Researchers have highlighted the many benefits for children who participate in youth sports. However, little research has been conducted to examine the experiences of parent volunteer coaches. The lack of research on ...
Stereotypes of a black male (student-athlete) misunderstood, and it's still all good: The life of Eric Christopher Garrett (2017-04-03)Overemphasis on graduation rates has relegated Black male student-athletes to their academic identity at the expense of their athletic identity. Intentionally or otherwise, the limited attention paid to Black male ...
The impact of structural systems on perceptions of legitimacy and the experiences of female hockey players (2016-11-16)Women’s participation in ice hockey has grown exponentially in the last 25 years. In 1991 there were only 5,500 female players registered with USA Hockey (USA Hockey, 2012; the governing body of hockey in the United States), ...