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    Call for Participants | Past, Present, and Future of Athletics’ Governance | A Panel Discussion and Book Launch of Power and Politics in World Athletics. A Critical History, October...

    In recent years, global sport organisations have undergone various reforms in an attempt to tarnish the bad reputation of international sport politics. Amongst them, World Athletics, the governing body for track and field, has conducted a governance structure reform and dropped its former name, International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), in 2019. However, concerns about sport organisations’ dealing with their past remain and continue to influence current decision-making processes.

    Peter Forsberg forsvarer sin ph.d.-afhandling på Zoom

    Afhandlingen har titlen I idrætsforeningernes tjeneste – En undersøgelse af ledelse i danske idrætsanlæg og undersøger ledelse af danske idrætsanlæg i et historisk og nutidigt perspektiv. Afhandlingen viser, at ledelse af idrætsanlæg gennem årene er blevet formet af idrætsforeningernes ønsker og behov, og ledelse af idrætsanlæg handler derfor først og fremmest om at tjene idrætsforeningernes interesser.

    Call for Papers | “Athlete power on the rise”, Play the Game 2019 | Colorado Springs, CO, October 13–16, 2019. Call ends April 23, 2019

    Play the Game 2019 invites athletes, sports officials, governments, academics, journalists, industry official and all other stakeholders in sport to share your knowledge, experience and opinions in Colorado Springs, from 13-16 October – at the 11th edition of a conference that has a history of more than 20 years as a cutting edge forum for independent and fact-based sports debate.

    Call for Papers | “International Federations and National Governing Bodies: The Historical Development of Institutional Policies in Response to Challenging Issues in Sport” | Special Issue of Sport History...

    This special issue will highlight institutional sport policies through a socio-historical lens. The methods organizations currently deploy to respond to challenges in sport have deep roots, shaped by the decision-makers at the local, national, and international levels. The ensuing policies therefore have also been shaped by prevailing notions of ability, class, gender, nationalism, and race.

    Call for Papers | “The Uniqueness of the Sport Context” | Special Issue of the Journal of Global Sport Management. Call ends March 31, 2018

    Manuscripts are currently being solicited for an upcoming special issue of the Journal of Global Sport Management. As the field of sport management has evolved, challenges have been raised concerning the uniqueness of sport management education content and research. Accordingly, this special issue welcomes submissions that highlight or even demonstrate the uniqueness of the sport context.

    Call for Papers | The 10th International Play the Game Conference | Eindhoven, The Netherlands, November 26–30, 2017. Call ends August 7, 2017

    Play the Game is a unique forum for networking and professional exchange between 3-400 researchers, journalists, whistle-blowers, sports officials and people from the sports industry. We invite you, too, to submit an abstract/storyline and give your contribution to a more informed sports debate on a number of vital issues for modern sport.

    Call for Papers | Special Issue | The Political Arena: Power and Political Behavior in Sport Organizations

    Special Issue of Journal of Applied Sport Management The Political Arena: Power and Political Behavior in Sport Organizations Guest Editors:  Marshall J. Magnusen, PhD, Baylor University Samuel Todd, PhD, Georgia Southern University Politics is about influence and those who influence. From Fortune 500 companies to collegiate athletic departments and professional sport organizations, power and organizational politics are an entrenched component of nearly all work settings....

    Extended deadline| Whose Game is it? Supporters and football governance. Loughborough University, 24-25 October 2014

    Loughborough University are hosting a conference to critically discuss the involvement of supporters in football  governance.  The  programme  will  be  balanced  to  appeal  to  policy  makers,  academics  and supporters themselves, and will provide an excellent opportunity for networking and dialogue across these fields. We would welcome proposals for papers that address one or more of the following themes: Models of...

    Call for Papers | Special Issue on ‘Sport in Small Nations’. Guest Editors: Michael Sam and Steven Jackson

    International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics Special Issue on ‘Sport in Small Nations’ Guest Editors: Michael Sam and Steven Jackson For small nations such as Grenada, New Zealand and Norway, team performances and medal counts relative to population are increasingly touted as reflecting the most meaningful comparison with sporting superpowers China, the United States, Germany and the UK. But factoring in...

    Forskarprofil | Hallgeir Gammelsæter, Høgskolen i Molde

    Befattning Professor i samfunnsendring, organisasjon og ledelse Adress Molde University College, P.O. Box 2110 N-6402 Molde, Norway E-mail Forskningsinriktning Organisering og ledelse innenfor idrett, foretak og offentlige organisasjoner Pågående projekt Ressurser, ledelse og geografisk forankring. Et prosjekt om organiseringen av norske toppfotballklubber, 2004-6 Publikationer Poeng, penger og politikk: Et institusjonelt perspektiv på idrettsledelse. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk 2016 Hallgeir Gammelsæter og Frode Ohr, Kampen uten ball....
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