Communication & Sport, Vol. 11, 2023, No. 2


Open Access
Much Ado About Twitter, Twitch, and More: A Maturing Research Agenda
Marie Hardin, Andrew C. Billings

Research Articles

#Selfies With a Mask On: Comparing Self-Presentation of Athletes From the U.S. and China in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Open Access
Social Media Education Provided by National Governing Bodies of Sport: An Examination of Practices for Youth Olympic Games and Olympic Games Athletes
Andrea N. Geurin

What Inspired That Tweet: A Comparative Analysis of Official and Stakeholder-Enacted Crisis Responses During the Urban Meyer/Zach Smith Scandal
Natalie Brown-Devlin, Kenon A. Brown, Brian C. Britt, Alyssa C. Adamson

Adoption of Innovations in Digital Sports Journalism: The Use of Twitter by German Sports Journalists
Inga Oelrichs

Open Access
Understanding Sporting Social Media Brand Communities, Place and Social Capital: A Netnography of Football Fans
Alex Fenton, Brendan James Keegan, Keith D. Parry

A Magic “Bullet”: Exploring Sport Fan Usage of On-Screen, Ephemeral Posts During Live Stream Sessions
Bo Li, Michael L. Naraine, Liang Zhao, Chenyang Li

“A Manifestation of Their City as a God”: Gritty Memes, the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, and Online Representations of Home
Virginia S. Harrison, Brandon Boatwright, Joseph Bober

Construction of Mediated National Identity Through Sports Journalists Twitter Feed
Muhammad Fahad Humayun

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Open Access
A Scoping Review of Research on Online Hate and Sport
Colm Kearns, Gary Sinclair, Jack Black, Mark Doidge, Thomas Fletcher, Daniel Kilvington, Katie Liston, Theo Lynn, Pierangelo Rosati

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