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New titles from FiT Publishing

FiT Publishing is the premier publisher in producing books, eBooks, academic journals and digital products in sport management, sport and exercise psychology, physical education, coaching education and sport and cultural studies. FiT Publishing has announced new titles written by current WVU and emeritus faculty.

FiT Publishing is showcasing four books authored by or including chapters written by CPASS faculty. 

Book snapshot

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Racism in College Athletics, 4th Edition

Editors: Dana Brooks and Ronald Althouse

In the fourth edition of Racism in College Athletics, editors Dana Brooks and Ronald Althouse, along with a collection of expert chapter authors, add to the conversation on topics of race, gender, identity, culture, social class and support services. This updated edition explores historical and contemporary issues and predicts a future direction for African American student‐athletes that includes strategies for addressing social injustices not just in college sports, but of student‐athlete development in all phases of life, including outcomes and post‐collegiate career opportunities.

Other great reads

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Psychological Bases of Sport Injuries, 4th Edition

Editors: Andreas Ivarsson and Urban Johnson
Chapters: Jack Watson, Damien Clement and Sam Zizzi

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Strategies for Being Mindful: Workbook for Practitioners, Students, & Athletes

Authors: Doug Barba, Sarah Castillo and Sam Zizzi

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Every Count Matters Mindset Training for Dancers

Editors: Chelsea Butters Wooding and Ashley Coker-Cranney

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