2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Thursday, November 1 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Rural Sport, Context, Processes & Outcomes #2

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Hannah Bennett

Higher Education Faculty, Augusta University
Dr. Hannah Bennett is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology. She graduated with a BA in psychology from the University of Connecticut and earned an MS in kinesiology with a concentration in sport and exercise psychology from Georgia Southern University. She earned... Read More →

Dominique Falls

Douglas College
“It’s just so nice to have someone who is interested in rural sports. They are just so different”: The case for place-based researchThis presentation draws on ethnographic work from my doctorate on the lives of young people, parents, and sport administrators who take part in... Read More →

Christina Gipson

The re-inventive self: Using school counseling and CrossFit to transform sense of self, Georgia Southern University
As politicians and education officials continue to be under-pressure to graduate more students from high school, administrators search for strategies and interventions to help increase graduation rates. In a rural community in southeast Georgia, a high school developed a program... Read More →

Caitlyn Hauff

Faculty, CEPS

Nancy Malcom

Georgia Southern University
She's not my ideal: Mixed messages about CrossFit womenSocial media is replacing traditional print media (Bell & Dittmar, 2011). Social media offers immediate news, allows space for people to interact, enables individuals to be generators and recipients of content, and provides a... Read More →
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Ann Pegoraro

Full Professor, Laurentian University
Social media. Digital world. Gender equity. Digital activism. Digital research methods
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Kyle Rich

Brock University
Kyle Rich is an assistant professor in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at Brock University. His research looks at diverse experiences in sport, recreation, and community programs - particularly in rural communities. Kyle’s research program is built around using... Read More →

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Jason Laurendeau

“Do White People Dominate the Outdoors?”: MEC and “Diversity work”, University of Lethbridge
The Canadian outdoor retailer Mountain Equipment Co-operative (MEC) has been capitalizing on adventures and the outdoors since 1971. Through advertisements, social media, and ambassadors, the company produces a specific “brand” that extends beyond material goods to valorize a... Read More →

Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 12:15pm PDT

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