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    Journal of Sport & Tourism, Volume 27, 2023, Issue 1

    JS&T aims to publish research that makes a clear contribution, substantively, theoretically or methodologically, to the body of knowledge relating to all aspects of the relationship between sport and tourism. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Making the intangible tangible in sport heritage: a conceptual analysis of sport statuary’s spatial fix by Kiernan Gordon & Gregory Ramshaw.

    International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, Volume 14, 2022, Issue 3

    The International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics aims to publish articles that address all aspects of sport policy irrespective of academic discipline. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Translating care from policy to practice: limits and lessons from an institutional ethnographic study examining Ontario youth volleyball

    Soccer & Society, Volume 23, 2022, Issue 4–5 | It’s a whole new ball game’: Thirty Years of the English Premier League

    Soccer, a.k.a (association) football is the most popular mass spectator sport in the world. Soccer & Society is the first international journal devoted to the game of soccer, and aims to focus on the game in the context of a more global world. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Looking forward, glancing back; competitive balance and the EPL by Daniel Plumley, Girish Ramchandani, Sarthak Mondal & Rob Wilson.

    Leisure Sciences, Volume 43, 2021, Issue 1–2 | Leisure in the Time of Covid-19

    Leisure Sciences presents scientific inquiries into the study of leisure, recreation, parks, travel, and tourism from a social science perspective. Articles cover the social and psychological aspects of leisure, and more. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Hosting the Olympics in Times of a Pandemic: Historical Insights from Antwerp 1920 by Bram Constandt & Annick Willem.

    International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure Vol. 3, 2020, Issue 2

    IJSL publishes high-quality papers on the sociology of leisure that have a global interest, and promote the development of this mature field. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: THE EXPERIENCES OF BLACK PARTICIPANTS IN ORGANIZED TENNIS LEAGUES by James P. Gremillion, Mariela Fernandez, Gregory Ramshaw & Elizabeth D. Baldwin.

    Journal of Sport & Tourism, Volume 23, 2019, Issue 2–3

    The Journal of Sport & Tourism (JS&T) aims to publish research that makes a clear contribution, substantively, theoretically or methodologically, to the body of knowledge relating to all aspects of the relationship between sport and tourism. Editor’s pick from the current issue: IMAGE DIMENSIONS OF TWO SCANDINAVIAN ENDURANCE WINTER SPORT EVENTS by Kristine Blekastad Sagheim & Øystein Aas. OPEN ACCESS.

    An important book about the ambivalent concept of sustainable sports tourism

    Venice, Barcelona, Amsterdam – popular places badly hit by the tourism plague. This problem, in the sporting context, is addressed in a new compilation by Brent Moyle, Tom Hinch & James Higham, Sport Tourism and Sustainable Destinations (Routledge), where focus is on destination management and sustainability. Aage Radmann is our reviewer, and he recognizes the book as an important contribution to the field.

    Journal of Sport & Tourism, Volume 21, 2017, Issue 2

    The Journal of Sport & Tourism (JS&T) aims to publish research that makes a clear contribution, substantively, theoretically or methodologically, to the body of knowledge relating to all aspects of the relationship between sport and tourism.

    Idrottens kvarlåtenskap genomlyses med varierande resultat

    Idrottens kulturarv – heritage, legacy – har diskuterats flitigt på senare tid, eftersom detta ofta får legitimera satsningar på kostbara event, och ämnet är centralt i antologin Sport Heritage, redigerad av Gregory Ramshaw (Routledge). Christian Widholm bjuder på en kritisk läsning och en redovisning av sådant som är bra i boken, men också av sådant som är mindre bra.