Call for Papers | “Football and its shifting global powerbase” | Special issue of Sport, Business and Management. Call ends June 30, 2017
In line with the aims of Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal (SBM) this special issue aims to capture a coherent, high-quality body of work in sport, business and management. As such, the special issue welcomes a range of high-quality academic papers including conceptual and empirical, as well as case studies and critical analyses.
Call for Papers | “School Athletic Branding and Visual Identity” | Special issue of the Journal of Contemporary Athletics. Call ends May 12, 2017
This special issue is intended to provide a forum for the academic examination of higher education and high school institution brands. Every school has its own unique story to tell and by examining interscholastic and intercollegiate brands, readers are able to benefit from seeing the successes, failures, and unique attributes tied to each individual institution.
Call for Papers | “Use of Technology within the Practice of Applied Sport Psychology” | Special issue of Journal of Sport Psychology in Action (call ends 2017-09-15)
This special issue will be co-guest edited by Prof. Jack Watson and Dr. Ashley Cranney, and is anticipated to publish in August 2018, with initial drafts of articles due by September 15, 2017. With this goal in mind, this message serves as a call for authors to submit their articles on this topic.
Call for Papers | “Feminist Physical Cultural Studies” | Special issue of Leisure Sciences | Ends 2017-08-01
Drawing from literatures across leisure, media, sport, physical activity, health, tourism and pedagogy, we position the performativity of gender as a central concern for thinking through the entanglement of physical and digital cultures, the flows and techniques of power as well as resistant formations of identity and difference
Call for Papers | “Sports Integrity: Ethics, Policy and Practice” | Special Issue of the Journal of Global Sport Management | Ends 2017-10-30
Integrity in the playing and management of sport is becoming one of the critical issues of our time. Actions that undermine the integrity of sport run the risk of undermining the business of sport and putting the jobs and economic value of a whole sector in jeopardy. Manuscripts are currently being solicited that identify the critical ethical issues that arise in the topic under discussion.
Sport, History, Society is a peer-reviewed, academic publication of sport history. The journal invites researchers to contribute for the 2017 edition. Of particular interest this year are articles on PE or school sports (in a wide sense) with an historical approach or perspective.
Call for Papers | Psychology and Sociocultural Aspects of Strength & Conditioning | Special Topic Half Issues of Strength and Conditioning Journal | Ends 2017-07-15
On behalf of Strength and Conditioning Journal (SCJ), we’re pleased to announce a call for papers for two special topics half issues. The topics of these two half special issues are “psychological aspects of S&C” and “sociological aspects of S&C.” Rather than an entire special issue devoted to either of these areas, SCJ will publish two half issues on psychology and sociology.
Call for Papers | “Arts and Sport Intersections” | Special issue of Sport in Society | Ends 2017-08-31
We are calling for contributions to a special issue of the journal dedicated to the work of our research network on the relationship between sport and the arts.
Call for Papers | “Coaching with Foucault: Problematizing Sports’ Disciplinary Logic to Re‐imagine Effective Coaching” | Special issue of Sports Coaching Review | Ends 2017-05-31
This special issue is intended to advance Foucauldian thinking as a practical way forward to increase coaches’ effectiveness and enhance athletes’ performances. we strongly believe that there is a need to illustrate within the field of coaching studies how Foucault’s body of work can be applied to coaches’ everyday practices.
Call for Cases | “Sport Finance” | Special Issue of Case Studies in Sport Management | Ends 2017-04-01
The aim of this special issue is to develop a library of teaching case studies appropriate for undergraduate and graduate courses in sport finance that can be used in case study pedagogy. We encourage submissions that involve professional and semiprofessional sports; collegiate athletics; equipment and apparel manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers; athletic organizations, etc.