«Sports» links several scientific disciplines in an integrated fashion, to address critical issues related to sport science and public health. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: FOOTWEAR AFFECTS CONVENTIONAL AND SUMO DEADLIFT PERFORMANCE by Kevin A. Valenzuela, Kellie A. Walters, Elizabeth L. Avila, Alexis S. Camacho, Fany Alvarado and Hunter J. Bennett.
The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: THE CIRCLE OF UNITY: THE POWER OF SYMBOLS IN A TEAM SPORT CONTEXT by Brendan O'Hallarn, Craig A. Morehead, Mark A. Slavich, Alicia M. Cintron.
JOPERD is a peer-reviewed, four-color, professional journal. JOPERD serves as an authoritative, professional source for educators in physical education, sport, recreation, and dance in all settings.The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: MOTIVATING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH PRAISE by Ken Murfay, Aaron Beighle & Heather Erwin.
Academics in various disciplines are writing about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: NEGOTIATING FEMALE FITNESS DOPING: GENDER, IDENTITY AND TRANSGRESSIONS by Jesper Andreasson & Thomas Johansson.
The purpose of PESP is to provide a forum for high quality educational research for a national and international readership. We intend this research to have a high impact on both policy and practice. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ‘THERE IS NO RIGHT OR WRONG WAY': EXPLORING EXPRESSIVE DANCE ASSIGNMENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION by Torun Mattsson & Håkan Larsson.
JSSM is a non-profit, open access scientific electronic journal, publishing research and review articles, together with case studies, in the fields of sports medicine and the exercise sciences. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: SPONTANEOUS PNEUMOMEDIASTINUM IN AN ADOLESCENT SOCCER PLAYER by Akinori Kobayakawa, Hideki Hiraiwa, Shinya Ishizuka, Satoshi Yamashita, Hiroki Oba, Yusuke Kawamura, Takefumi Sakaguchi, Masaru Idota, Takahiro Haga, Takafumi Mizuno, Itaru Kawashima, Kanae Kuriyama, Shiro Imagama.
Kroppsøvingskonferansen gjennomføres 3. og 4. juni 2021. Konferansen gjennomføres digitalt p.g.a. koronasituasjonen. Hensikten med konferansen er å samles rundt ny forskning, utveksle erfaringer og etablere nye nettverk. Målgruppe for konferansen er lærere som underviser i kroppsøving og idrettsfag og ansatte og studenter ved høgskoler og universitet. Du er velkommen til å sende inn ditt abstrakt på norsk, svensk eller dansk.
Sports Health is an indispensable resource for all medical professionals and publishes review articles, original research articles, case studies, and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: LOWER EXTREMITY COMPARTMENT SYNDROME IN NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE ATHLETES by Joseph D. Lamplot, Dean Wang, Leigh J. Weiss, Michael Baum, Kristina Zeidler, Christina Mack, Ronnie P. Barnes, Russell F. Warren, Samuel A. Taylor, and Scott A. Rodeo.
We may think of bicycle racing as primarily a European sport, but in fact the United States has a proud history of bike racing. That history is told in the new edition of Peter Joffre Nye’s Hearts of Lions: The History of American Bicycle Racing (University of Nebraska Press). Our stateside bicycle authority Duncan Jamieson is thoroughly impressed with Nye’s voluminous tome, but with strong reservations regarding the place of women racers in his book.
In this feature article, Mads Skauge and Ørnulf Seippel summarize their article from Sport in Society in which they study youth physical activity in organised sports as compared to fitness centers exercise. The trend is to move from the former to the latter, and not just in Norway where this study was carried out. The pertinent aspect of this move is whether it will impact the developmen of a lifelong interest in exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
JSR is completely devoted to the rehabilitation of sport and exercise injuries, regardless of the age, gender, sport ability, or level of fitness.The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: EFFECT OF NORDIC HAMSTRING EXERCISE TRAINING ON KNEE FLEXORS ECCENTRIC STRENGTH AND FASCICLE LENGTH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS by Diulian Muniz Medeiros, César Marchiori, Bruno Manfredini Baroni.
(Scroll down for Swedish version) Submission of contributions for this year’s issue is now open. Sport, History & Society is a peer-reviewed academic publication of sport history, leisure and recreation seated in Sweden and Scandinavia....
Tobias Stark reviews two books on concussions in sport, The Concussion Crisis in Sport, by Dominic Malcolm, and Sociocultural Examinations of Sports Concussions, by Matt Ventresca & Mary G. McDonald (eds.), both published by Routledge. Our reviewer is firmly convinced that both books are vital – maybe even life-saving – contributions to the rapidly growing academic literature on sport and health issues related to the concussion crisis
Call for Participation | “International Sport Marketing: Value-Creation through Engagemen”: 11th EASM Summer School 2021,...
The European Association for Sport Management Summer School is a great opportunity for students and practitioners to enrich their degree with new insights in the field of International Sport Management Industry, Business and Marketing, among others. Participants have the chance to build up their own international network within the sport business and to work with others from all over the world.
TSP is a scholarly refereed journal designed as a forum to stimulate thought and disseminate knowledge that focuses on the application and practice of sport psychology. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: CRITICAL PAUSE: ATHLETES’ STORIES OF LOCKDOWN DURING COVID-19 by Gabriella Whitcomb-Khan, Nick Wadsworth, Kristin McGinty-Minister, Stewart Bicker, Laura Swettenham, David Tod.
Quest is the official journal of the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE). It is the leading journal for interdisciplinary scholarship for professionals in kinesiology in higher education. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: VOLUNTEER BIAS AND FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN EXERCISE AND SPORTS SCIENCE RESEARCH by James Nuzzo.
Call for Papers | “Racialisation, colonisation and gender in Nordic sports” | Kjønnsforskning NÅ!...
In the field of sport studies in the Nordic region, important contributions have pointed to the persistence of gender as a key organising principle and symbolic practice, at both the elite and grassroots levels. The main focus of academic work on sport and in/exclusion has tended to focus on gender and/or ethnicity as the primary markers of difference and sameness. In this, questions of racism and coloniality have largely been overlooked, and left underexplored.
Eass is proud to announce the 13th Eass Young Researcher Award. The aim of the award is to facilitate the integration of outstanding graduate students and young researchers into the European community of sociology of sport scholars. The winning author will be invited to receive the award and present the paper at the Annual Conference of the Eass, to be hosted online by the Universidad de Sevilla, University of Cordoba and Pablo de Olavide University in 7-10 September 2021.
IJSPP focuses on sport physiology and performance and is dedicated to advancing the knowledge of sport and exercise physiologists and other sport scientists. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: CAFFEINE INGESTION IMPROVES PERFORMANCE DURING FITNESS TESTS BUT DOES NOT ALTER ACTIVITY DURING SIMULATED GAMES IN PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYERS by Javier Raya-González, Aaron T. Scanlan, María Soto-Célix, Alejandro Rodríguez-Fernández, Daniel Castillo.
Spectator sports represents one of society’s most universal leisure activities. While event attendance and media consumption have received a great deal of attention from scholars, there is a growing understanding that sports fans interact, both physically and digitally, with their favorite teams in numerous other ways. The aim of this Research Topic is to explore fan behaviors in many different areas, involving sports media and the (ever changing) digital environment.
Soccer, a.k.a (association) football is the most popular mass spectator sport in the world. Soccer & Society is the first international journal devoted to the game of soccer, and aims to focus on the game in the context of a more global world. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ‘YOU CREATE YOUR OWN LUCK, IN A WAY’ ABOUT NORWEGIAN FOOTBALLERS’ UNDERSTANDING OF SUCCESS, IN A WORLD WHERE MOST FAIL by Pål Augestad, Mats Bruu & Frode Telseth.
We welcome submissions employing a range of disciplinary, methodological, and theoretical approaches. We define sport broadly and would welcome work in competitive, recreational, leisure and physical activity contexts, addressing the relationship between sport and community. That is, work should engage in some way beyond individuals and explore ideas of community, authenticity, relationships, context, place, collectivity, inclusion, belonging, social justice, or a common good.
The football world in Turkey presents complex peculiarities that are very difficult to understand for neutral observers. Born into the final years of the Ottoman Empire, football not only witnessed the birth of a new, modern nation-state, from day one, it became a vital part of Turkish modernism, along with other key concepts such as nationalism or secularism. Football has also become a battlefield for political, social and cultural divisions, which makes the case of Turkey even more appealing for football scholars.
IJSEP publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: AN EXAMINATION OF NONVERBAL BEHAVIOURS IN SUCCESSFUL AND UNSUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL VOLLEYBALL TEAMS by Deniz Durdubas, Luc J. Martin & Ziya Koruc.
JCSP seeks to promote an understanding of theory, technique, and empirical findings specifically related to clinical sport psychology. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: PERSPECTIVES OF LIFE IN SWEDEN DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC by Karin Weman Josefsson.