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    The Journal of Sport Management encourages the submission of manuscripts in a number of areas as they relate to the management, governance, and consumption of sport. Studies using quantitative and/or qualitative approaches are welcomed. JSM publishes research and scholarly review articles; short reports on replications, test development, and data reanalysis; and more.
    As the official journal of the World Leisure Organisation, the purpose of the World Leisure Journal is to stimulate and communicate research, theory, and critical thought in all areas that address leisure, including play, recreation, the arts and culture, sport, festivals, events and celebrations, health and fitness, and travel and tourism. 
    Sport Management Review is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations – whether as an entertainment, a recreation, or an occupation.
    As the official journal of the World Leisure Organisation, the purpose of the World Leisure Journal is to stimulate and communicate research, theory, and critical thought in all areas that address leisure, including play, recreation, the arts and culture, sport, festivals, events and celebrations, health and fitness, and travel and tourism. 
    The Journal of Sport Management encourages the submission of manuscripts in a number of areas as they relate to the management, governance, and consumption of sport. Studies using quantitative and/or qualitative approaches are welcomed.
    En i och för sig utmärkt sport management-antologi, Understanding Sport Management: International Perspectives av Trish Bradbury & Ian O’Boyle (Routledge), är, menar vår recensent Josef Fahlén, inte oproblematisk. Som så ofta blir med sådana här läroböcker gör bredden i framställningen att djupet försakas, och den fungerar dåligt som kurslitteratur.
    In Sport Governance: International Case Studies, a number of sport researchers contribute to the pursuit of best sport governance practice. Pity then, says our reviewer Hallgeir Gammelsæter, that the editors Ian O'Boyle and Trish Bradbury fail to make use of the contributors’ findings.
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