Call for Papers | Christianity and Sport: Historical Perspectives | Special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport
This call for abstracts focuses on new research associated with the historical relationship between sport and Christianity. There is growing scholarly interest in this topic, as evidenced by the recent inaugural global congress on sport and Christianity held at York St John University in the United Kingdom, where a conference strand was devoted to historical perspectives.
Call for papers | Equality and Diversity in the Professional Events Sector | Special issue of Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events
White men dominate high profile events and industry publications. It is becoming increasingly evident via social media platforms that there is discomfort around the prominence of all male panels and conferences whether academic or corporate. Papers in this special issue will help to inform research and teaching to foster internationally-focused and socially responsible graduates.
Tidsskriftet Forum for Idræt bliver fra begyndelsen af oktober 2016 en del af Det Kongelige Biblioteks online-platform, tidsskrift.dk, og vil frem over udkomme digitalt med gratis adgang til forsknings- og fagartikler, der diskuterer og analyserer idrættens og sportens verden. Forum for idræt åbner samtidig for artikelforslag, der kan indsendes til tidsskriftet online.
Call for Papers | “Managing Sport for Health” | Special Issue of Sport Management Review | Ends 2017-09-15
The proposed special issue focuses on managing, marketing, and governing sport for health. In this sense, this special issue is interested in the management and governance contexts that promote or inhibit sport’s efficacy to promote health as opposed to evaluations of the impact of sport programs, activities, or events on individual or community health outcomes.
Call for papers | Boys and Contemporary Global Youth Sport |Special issue of Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
This call for papers seeks manuscripts that address the contemporary intersection of boys and youth sport to be published in the Spring 2017 issue of Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Evidence-based papers from a variety of fields are welcome; international and comparative contributions are especially welcomed.
Call for Papers | “Corporate governance, the sports industry and intellectual capital” | Thematic collection for Palgrave Communications
This thematic collection aims to contribute to the ongoing debate concerning international corporate governance of the sports industry. Contributions should explore current thinking on the governance of both institutional organizations and clubs.
We invite a wide range of original research, systematic reviews, theoretical and position papers, and brief reports that will enhance understanding of family issues in amateur athletics; researchers and practitioners across disciplines and drawing upon a wide range of theories, literatures, and methods are encouraged to submit.
Call for Papers | “Sport, Feminism, and the Global South” | Special issue of Sociology of Sport Journal | Ends 2017-03-01
This special issue of the Sociology of Sport seeks to broaden the geographical, theoretical, social, cultural and intercultural scope of writing about women, gender and sport by assembling key contributions from feminist sport research undertaken in or by scholars from the Global South.