Brief summary of the task.
• Worth 20%
• Group assignment, Between 1-4 students ? submit group details by week 8
You must submit your group details even if you are doing it by yourself
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• 2500 ± 10% words
• Due date: Week 11 Sunday 5th of February
• Submission: upload a Word document (if requested, plus a file with original sources with the relevant sections highlighted)
o You must use at least 3 articles from the provided 13 articles on Moodle these are related to the topic of gyms.
These articles are also available from the link below
use at least 3 of these journal articles
? In the introduction you can use material from ANY source such as newspapers and blogs or any journal articles including the articles 13 articles given on moodle.
? For the sections after the introduction you can only use the 13 journal articles given on moodle and between 1 to 4 other journal articles that you find yourself.
o Cover sheet
? Names and student numbers of group members
? Subject Code and name
? Assignment name (i.e. Literature Review)
o Executive Summary / Abstract
? Research question
? Research gap
? Why it’s worth answering the research question
? Literature review
? Research gap
? Secondary research question
? Three subsequent semi-structured, open interview questions that could be used to get resolution of that secondary research question
o Reference List (Harvard)
o If requested an attachment
o Single space
o Choices of fonts:
? Times New Roman, 12pt
? Calibri, 11pt
? Arial, 10pt
For your convenience the Harvard references for the 13 articles given on moodle are given below
Brown, J. and Graham, D., 2008. Body satisfaction in gym-active males: An exploration of sexuality, gender, and narcissism. Sex Roles, 59(1-2), pp.94-106.
Culén, A.L., Finken, S. and Bratteteig, T., 2013. Design and interaction in a smart gym: cognitive and bodily mastering. In Human Factors in Computing and Informatics (pp. 609-616). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Cunningham, G.B. and Melton, E.N., 2014. Signals and cues: LGBT inclusive advertising and consumer attraction. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 23(1), p.37.
DRAGAN, A.A., 2013. SEGMENTING AND PROFILING FITNESS CLUB CUSTOMERS: A CASE STUDY. Review of Management & Economic Engineering, 12(1).
Flint, S.W. and Reale, S., 2016. Weight stigma in frequent exercisers: Overt, demeaning and condescending. Journal of Health Psychology, p.1359105316656232.
Ingledew, D.K., Markland, D. and Ferguson, E., 2009. Three levels of exercise motivation. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 1(3), pp.336-355.
Leeman, O. and Ong, J.S., 2008. Lost and Found Again: Subjective Norm in Gym Membership. DLSU Business & Economics Review, 18(1).
Milkman, K.L., Minson, J.A. and Volpp, K.G., 2013. Holding the Hunger Games hostage at the gym: An evaluation of temptation bundling. Management science, 60(2), pp.283-299.
Mor, Z., Parfionov, K., Davidovitch, N. and Grotto, I., 2014. Gym exercising patterns, lifestyle and high-risk sexual behaviour in men who have sex with men and in heterosexual men. BMJ open, 4(11), p.e005205.
Oakes, K., Siek, K.A. and MacLeod, H., 2015, May. Musclememory: identifying the scope of wearable technology in high intensity exercise communities. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (pp. 193-200). ICST (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering).
Schrider, L., 2016. Anti-Fat Attitudes and Weight Bias Internalization: An Investigation of How BMI Impacts Perceptions, Opinions and Attitudes.
Vartanian, L.R. and Novak, S.A., 2011. Internalized societal attitudes moderate the impact of weight stigma on avoidance of exercise. Obesity, 19(4), pp.757-762.
Voelker, D.K., Reel, J.J. and Greenleaf, C., 2015. Weight status and body image perceptions in adolescents: current perspectives. Adolescent health, medicine and therapeutics, 6, p.149.