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    Call for Papers | “New challenges in sociology of sports and physical activity: economic depressions, migrations, pandemics” | Special Issue of Italian Sociological Review. Call ends June 30, 2020

    The main aim of this special issue is to bring scholars, researchers, educators, students, professionals and other groups interested in sports and physical activity to propose their works. The focus of this special issue lays in the new challenges that sociology of sports and physical activity have to face to understand these new complexscenarios, the main issues we had to face, the successes, the criticalities and the lessons learned.

    Call for Papers | “Politics and policies of austerity and their impact on sport, leisure and public health” | Special issue of International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics

    In this special issue we invite articles from a variety of disciplines and different global, regional, national and local contexts. We would also wish to include work that engages in critical examinations of the impact of austerity driven policy on various aspects of sport and related leisure and public health contexts.

    Call for Papers | Workshop: Austerity Measures and Economic Recession: Financial Constraints in Sport | European Association for Sport Management Conference, 7–10th September, 2016, Warsaw, Poland

    The overarching purpose of this workshop is to gather theoretical and practical perspectives on the impact of austerity measures on the sport sector within the Eurozone. Historical and critical “memories and identities” of the Eurozone as related to funding mechanisms of sport are also going to discussed.

    Call for Papers | Joint Special Issue of ESMQ 2017, Vol. 17 (1) | Corruption in sport & Sport management issues in an era of austerity

    Corruption in sport Guest Editors Associate Professor Lisa. A. Kihl, University of Minnesota Dr. Terry Engelberg, Griffith University Professor James Skinner, Loughborough University Professor Stephen Moston, University of Canberra Sport corruption is a worldwide threat to the integrity of sport, creating significant challenges for sport management scholars and practitioners. The sport industry has experienced multiple forms of corruption (e.g., fraud, bribery) that has ranged in...
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