|Reviews and Theoretical Advances|
|Toward an institutional theory of escalation of commitment within sport management: A review and future directions
|Governing bodies of sport as knowledge brokers in Sport-for-All communities of practice
|Market disruption as a regime for athlete activism: An economic analysis of college football player protests
|Re-engaging local youth for sustainable sport-for-development
|The journey of transitioning: Being a trans male athlete in college sport
|Does performance justify the underrepresentation of women coaches? Evidence from professional women’s soccer
|Summary of cognitive, affective, and behavioural outcomes of consuming prestigious sports events
|Interorganisational conflict between national and provincial sport organisations within China’s elite sport system: Perspectives from national organisations
|Walking for fun or for “likes”? The impacts of different gamification orientations of fitness apps on consumers’ physical activities
|Managing sport volunteers with a disability: Human resource management implications
|Using social network analysis to investigate interorganizational relationships and capacity building within a sport for development coalition
|“The process isn’t a case of report it and stop”: Athletes’ lived experience of whistleblowing on doping in sport
|“If people are wearing pink stuff they’re probably not real fans”: Exploring women’s perceptions of sport fan clothing
|Sport Consumer Behavior, Galen T. Trail (Ed.), 3rd edition, (2018).
|Managing Sport Business: An Introduction, 2nd Edition David Hassan (ed). 2018 Routledge, 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, ISBN: 978-1-315-26547-6 (ebk), pp. 674.