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    Call for Papers | “IPEDs and polydrug use” | Special issue of Performance Enhancement & Health. Call ends December 1, 2020

    This special issue will focus on issues related to IPEDs and polydrug use in sport, bodybuilding, fitness, or other populations. Polydrug use related to image and performance enhancing drugs (IPEDs) – using multiple IPEDs or IPEDs in combination with other substances – has been reported in both qualitative and quantitative research on IPED use. Issue editors: April Henning, University of Stirling, UK, and Jesper Andreasson, Linnaeus University, Sweden.

    Call for Papers | Special issue of the Journal of Sport History to mark the 50th Anniversary of the North American Society for Sport History (NASSH). Call ends July...

    The year 2022 marks the 50th Anniversary of the first meeting of the North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) held in 1973 at The Ohio State University. A 50th anniversary issue of the Journal of Sport History will take stock of the field of sport history, highlighting the history of NASSH and proposed future directions of the organization and the field. We invite scholars of all career stages to submit paper proposals.

    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 Paper | “Sporting Objects: Materials and Technology in the History of Sport” | Special Issue Proposal for The International Journal of the History of Sport. Call ends...

    This special issue will examine the history of sportswear and sports equipment as technology by focusing on the development and distribution of sporting goods, on processes of standardization, as well as their popularization. These lines of inquiry also open up questions about the materiality of the objects themselves: their function, the values attached to them, and their power to shape sport.

    Call for Papers | “Legal System, Regulatory Dynamics, and Governance in Sport”, Special Issue of Journal of Global Sport Management. Call ends January 29, 2021

    Legal environments, compliance rules/policies, and other regulatory dynamics are key determinants for governance in sport. Court decisions and new legislations establish external parameters within which sport organizations are operated. Encountering the unprecedented economic hardship caused by the recent pandemic, special consideration will be given to articles discussing the effects of the Covid-19 crisis.

    Call for Papers | “The Impact of Global Economic Downturn on Sport Management” under the Crisis of COVID-19 🦠 Special Issue of Journal of Global Sport Management. Call ends...

    The COVID-19 pandemic has upended all areas of life, and sports is no exception. Social distancing measures, brought in to limit the spread of coronavirus, have had a significant effect on sporting fixtures and participation. This special issue was initially solicited before the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis; the Guest Editors have re-opened this call for papers to further consider valuable manuscripts dealing with COVID-19 and related economic issues in sport management.

    Call for Papers | “Painful Pleasure, Pleasurable Pain”, Special Issue of Journal for the Study of British Cultures | Call ends July 1, 2020

    Pain and pleasure are operative in the negotiation of the limits of the normative and the transgressive, but they are also intertwined within realms that are considered to be part of everyday culture and, as such, challenge the traditional dichotomy associated with both concepts – from the mother giving birth, to the marathon runner pushing his/her body to the limit, to the pleasures arising from modifiable flesh (e.g., tattoos, piercings etc.).

    Call for Papers | “Sport Management in Emerging Markets”, Special Issue of Emerging Markets Case Studies. Call ends September 1, 2020

    We welcome submissions of quality discussion-based teaching case studies that examine recent management decisions faced by organizations operating within the sport industry in emerging markets. Cases about decisions related to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sport management are encouraged, although this special issue will not focus exclusively on this crisis. The special issue will be published in 2021, for use by instructors globally.

    Call for Papers |“Sport and Covid-19: Impacts and challenges for the future”, Special Issue of European Sport Management Quarterly | Call ends August 31, 2020

    The aim of this special issue is to explore the impacts of, and future challenges facing, sport from COVID-19. Contributions are welcome from across all settings, exploring all outcomes, and connected with personal, leadership, organisational, management and resourcing issues. We invite contributors to examine conceptually, empirically and theoretically, these impacts and future implications of Covid-19 on sport.

    Call for Papers | “The Athlete’s Voice in History”, Special Issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport | Call ends December 18, 2020

    From ancient times until today, athletes have been considered as the main protagonists of the sport system. The proposed special issue, guest edited by Stephan Wassong, Angela J. Schneider and Rob Hess, focuses on this topic by analyzing various facets of this role ascribed to, and sought by, athletes, especially those in the orbit of the Olympic movement, including the Paralympics, Youth Olympic Games and Special Olympics.
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