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    Call for Contributors | Handbook of Women’s Football: Science, performance and health, to be published by Routledge. Call ends September 30, 2021

    The Handbook of Women’s Football provides a thorough, yet straightforward and accessible, analysis of the key physiological, biomechanical and psychological issues that can be applied to achieve footballing development and success as a woman. A key feature of the book is that each chapter is co-written by a scholar and a practitioner or player (e.g., coach, footballer), so that scientific principles and research are translated clearly into practice.

    Call for Papers | Sports Marketing and Sponsorship: Global Perspectives and Emerging Trends, to be published by Routledge. Call ends January 31, 2022

    There are many contemporary issues facing the sports industry today. For example, the sports industry, like many other industries, are going digital. There is a lot of interest in understanding how artificial intelligence and big data can be harnessed in sports marketing activities. Social media, as a new marketing communication platform, is upsetting traditional marketing practices, and brand owners are still learning how to use it effectively.

    Call for Chapter Proposals | Social Issues in Esports, to be published with Routledge. Call ends September 27, 2021

    The editor of this anthology invites previously unpublished papers on social issues in esports. The book is signed for publication with Routledge and already includes 14 chapters organised in four thematic parts: 1) Integrity issues, 2) Physical and mental health, 3) Gender, ethnicity, and social inequality, 4) Ethics and policy. The editor is seeking proposals for chapters that may add to the themes included in this collection.

    Call for Papers | Social Issues in Sport Communication: You Make the Call, to be published by Routledge. Call ends October 1, 2021

    Case topics may include, but are not limited to the Black Lives Matter movement; the COVID-19 pandemic, race, gender, politics & religion, corporate social responsibility; sex abuse and domestic violence; online gaming; corruption; corporate sponsorships; gays, lesbians transgender and bi-sexual issues; team name controversies; body image issues; and, tarnished images of sports figures.

    Call for Papers | Digital Marketing in Sports: Global Perspectives, new title in the WASM Book Series. Call ends November 15, 2021

    As a part of the WASM book series of research papers that are published by Routledge, this book provides an opportunity for scholars and practitioners to review, comprehend, and/or analyze various topic areas relating to digital marketing in sports (e.g., social media, online advertising, digital analytics, content marketing, influencer marketing, online PR and communications).

    Call for Papers | Sport, Sex, and Difference: The Struggle for Trans Athletes’ Justice in the 21st Century, Edited Collection for Emerald Publishing | Call ends June 7, 2021

    Contributors to this book will document and analyse developments in all levels of sport, from recreational to high performance, using an approach that takes into account trans athletes’ multiple axes of identity and geopolitical locations. We invite scholars at all stages in their careers to send a 200-300 word abstract outlining their proposed chapter by June 7th, 2021. Final chapters will be roughly 5,000 words in length. We particularly welcome submissions from Black, Indigenous, trans, and 2-Spirit authors.

    Call for Papers | Fighting Boxing’s Narratives, Edited Collection for Routledge | Call ends June 11, 2021

    Boxing is understood through a set of pervasive and powerful narratives that are insufficiently challenged in popular and academic encounters with the sport. We ask contributors to this collection to critically examine the narrative misconceptions and tropes of boxing, to expand the narrative resources of the sport by drawing upon diverse disciplinary perspectives on the sport. We invite multidisciplinary approaches where boxing is considered in the broadest sense.

    Call for Papers | Crisis Management in Sport, new title in the WASM Book Series. Call ends November 15, 2021

    Crisis management is the identification of and effective response to threats in order to mitigate any adverse impacts on an organization and its stakeholders. This book provides an opportunity to add to the theoretical and practical understanding of crises in sport organizations through conceptualizing the topics, challenges, issues, and best practices, comprehensive reviews of literature, empirical studies of managing crises, commentary on sport-related crises, and other scholarly inquiries.

    Call for Book Chapter Proposals | Social Justice and the Modern Athlete: Exploring the Role of Athlete Activism in Social Change. Call ends April 30, 2021

    The overarching focus of the book is to explore the role athletes have played in raising awareness of and advancing social justice issues. Authors are asked to consider various aspects of athlete involvement and influence, using a wide range of theoretical perspectives. Please note that although the book will provide an early historical chapter as the foundation for exploring athlete activism, it focuses on the past 30 years (1990-present), reaching beyond the Civil Rights era. 

    Call for Book Chapters | Social Justice and the Modern Athlete: Exploring the Role of Athlete Activism in Social Change | Call ends April 30, 2021

    The overarching focus of the book is to explore the role athletes have played in raising awareness of and advancing social justice issues. Authors are asked to consider various aspects of athlete involvement and influence, using a wide range of theoretical perspectives. Please note that although the book will provide an early historical chapter as the foundation for exploring athlete activism, it focuses on the past 30 years (1990-present), reaching beyond the Civil Rights era.
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