Sport Management Review Volume 19, Issue 2, 2016

smr-dsThe Multiple In-group Identity Framework
Review Article, Pages 85-96
Daniel J. Lock, Daniel C. Funk

Power and discourse in the politics of evidence in sport for development
Review Article, Pages 97-106
Kevin Harris, Andrew Adams

“Sport for Development” in developing countries: The case of the Vilas Olímpicas do Rio de Janeiro
Original Research Article, Pages 107-119
Arianne C. Reis, Marcelo Carvalho Vieira, Fabiana Rodrigues de Sousa-Mast

“Pick and choose our battles” – Understanding organizational capacity in a sport for development and peace organization
Original Research Article, Pages 120-132
Per G. Svensson, Marion E. Hambrick

Communicating via photographs: A gendered analysis of Olympic athletes’ visual self-presentation on Instagram
Original Research Article, Pages 133-145
Andrea N. Geurin-Eagleman, Lauren M. Burch

Communicating CSR-linked sponsorship: Examining the influence of three different types of message sources
Original Research Article, Pages 146-156
Thomas Flöter, Martin Benkenstein, Sebastian Uhrich

Investigating the role of fan club membership on perceptions of team brand equity in football
Original Research Article, Pages 157-170
Rui Biscaia, Stephen Ross, Masayuki Yoshida, Abel Correia, António Rosado, João Marôco

The “authenticitude” battle in action sports: A case-based industry perspective
Original Research Article, Pages 171-182
Chrysostomos Giannoulakis

Introducing branded communities in sport for building strong brand relations in social media
Original Research Article, Pages 183-197
Bastian Popp, Herbert Woratschek

A “leaky pipeline”?: Factors affecting the career development of senior-level female administrators in NCAA Division I athletic departments
Original Research Article, Pages 198-210
Meg G. Hancock, Mary A. Hums

The delicate art of rebranding a minor league baseball franchise: Practices, pitfalls, and payoffs of rebranding the Winston-Salem Warthogs
Case Study, Pages 211-226
Khalid Ballouli, John Grady, Randall Stewart

Managing a home court transition: The case of the New Zealand Breakers
Case Study, Pages 227-239
Katherine Bruffy, Michael Naylor, Mel Johnston

Mind games: The inclusion of trivia as a sport in the Pan Pacific Masters Games
Case Study, Pages 240-250
Sheranne Fairley, Stacy Warner, Hannah Lovegrove, Pamm Phillips

K. Toffoletti, P. Mewett, Sport and its Female Fans(2012), Routledge, 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 978-0415883818 216 pp.
Book Review, Pages 251-252
Kristy Lee McCray

A.C. Billings, M.C. Hardin, The Global Impact of Olympic Media at London 20121st ed.(2015), Routledge, 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom 978-1-138-78991-3 pp. 89
Book Review, Pages 253-254
Stephen Frawley

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