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    Leisure Studies, Volume 43, 2024, Issue 2

    The emphasis of Leisure Studies is on theoretically informed critical analyses within the social sciences and humanities of the topics that constitute leisure as a subject field – including the arts, tourism, sport and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Skating to Legitimacy: Institutional Work Practices within Collegiate Club Hockey by Alicia B. Romano, Logan Schuetz, Brent D. Oja & Leeann M. Lower-Hoppe.

    Managing Sport and Leisure, Volume 29, 2024, Issue 3

    The short life of the European Super League: a case study on institutional tensions in sport industries Henk Erik Meier, Borja García, Mara Konjer & Malte Jetzke.

    Leisure Studies, Volume 43, 2024, Issue 1

    The emphasis of Leisure Studies is on theoretically informed critical analyses within the social sciences and humanities of the topics that constitute leisure as a subject field – including the arts, tourism, sport and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: The phenomenology of image and enthusiasm for the experience of foiling sailboats by Maria Altimira Hackerott, A.C. Zimmermann & S.C. Saura.

    Managing Sport and Leisure, Volume 29, 2024, Issue 2

    International sporting success factors in GB para-track and field by Rebecca Peake & Larissa E. Davies (open access).

    Managing Sport and Leisure, Volume 29, 2024, Issue 1

    Motivation and commitment of volunteers at parkrun events by Gillian Renfree & Julia West (open access).

    Managing Sport and Leisure, Volume 28, 2023, Issue 5

    Managing Sport and Leisure is a refereed journal that publishes high quality research articles to inform and stimulate discussions relevant to sport and leisure management globally. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: The evolution of competitive balance in men’s international cricket by Sarthak Mondal, Daniel Plumley & Rob Wilson.

    Leisure Studies, Volume 42, 2023, Issue 4

    The emphasis of Leisure Studies is on theoretically informed critical analyses within the social sciences and humanities of the topics that constitute leisure as a subject field – including the arts, tourism, sport and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: From television to YouTube: digitalised sport mega-events in the platform society by Jan Andre Lee Ludvigsen & Renan Petersen-Wagner (open access).

    Loisir et Société / Society and Leisure, Volume 46, 2023, Issue 2

    Leisure / Loisir strives to publish a diverse collection of scholarly papers in all areas of leisure, recreation, arts, parks, sport, and travel and tourism. Reflecting the multi- and interdisciplinary nature of these areas of study. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Who are the rehaleros? A first analysis of socio-demographics, habits and perceptions of the hunting dog-pack owners in Spain by Carlos Sánchez-García & Luis F. Villanueva.

    Managing Sport and Leisure, Volume 28, 2023, Issue 4

    Managing Sport and Leisure is a refereed journal that publishes high quality research articles to inform and stimulate discussions relevant to sport and leisure management globally. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Redesigning the Games? The 2020 Olympic Games, Playbooks and new sports event risk management tools by Jan Andre Lee Ludvigsen & Daniel Parnell (open access).

    Call for Papers | Visual Methods in/as Leisure Research, Special Issue of World Leisure Journal | Call ends January 31, 2024

    Visual approaches raise important questions of research philosophies, strategies and methods. They “not only enable researchers to produce knowledge in innovative ways,” but also “can be seen as a liberating and emancipatory force, whereby researchers, participants, and communities gain access to knowledge and expressions that might have not otherwise been accessible due to the inevitable strictures of traditional methods”. Accordingly, we invite submissions that challenge researchers to think critically or differently about visual methods in/as leisure research.
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