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Call for Papers | “Innovations in Engaged Learning in Sport, Tourism, and Live Entertainment Education”, Special Issue of Sports Innovation Journal | Submission of abstracts opens January 1, 2023
The Sports Innovation Journal announces a call for papers for a special issue on innovations in engaged learning in sport management, tourism, recreation, live entertainment, and related fields led by guest editors Elizabeth Gregg, Jessica Braustein-Minkove, and Heather Alderman. Engaged learning is an active process by which knowledge and understanding are acquired through participation, inquiry, involvement, and direct experiences (IGI dictionary).
The Sports Innovation Journal (SIJ) brings together researchers and practitioners dedicated to publishing research that informs the development of innovative ideas to move the sports industry forward through collaboration, access, and relevancy. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: The International Student-Athlete Experience: A Research Study Into the Transition Process of ISAs, From Their Home Country Into Life as an NCAA Student-Athlete by Ioanna Charitonidi, Anastasios Kaburakis.
Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “The Growth of Social Entrepreneurship in the Global Sport Industry”. Call ends December 1, 2022
As social entrepreneurship continues to evolve in the sport industry, there is a need for conducting and disseminating research to further this emerging area, as well as educate those unfamiliar with the importance of this concept. The goal of this call is to publish research that identifies the characteristics and models of social entrepreneurship and how those concepts apply to the sport industry.
Call for Participation | Digital Innovation in Sports, Master’s level course 7.5 credits (ECTS) | University of Gothenburg
Recent years have seen drastic developments in terms of digitalisation in sports. The use of digital technology in sports affects how sports teams are organized and managed, how we gain access to sports information and design new sports equipment. Digitization has also created new sports, such as e-Sports, which have major consequences for the perception of what sports are and how sports are practiced.
The Sports Innovation Journal (SIJ) brings together researchers and practitioners dedicated to publishing research that informs the development of innovative ideas to move the sports industry forward through collaboration, access, and relevancy. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: 'Actually, Esports Is Sport: A Response to Parry’s (2019) Misguided View by Michael L. Naraine.
Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “Adopting New Technologies in Sports Marketing”. Call ends December 31, 2020
New technologies are changing how people communicate and consume sport culture. Wearable devices are changing the way we track and monitor physical activities; extended reality (e.g., VR/AR/MR) is providing new channels for sporting experiences; new media is transforming marketing communication and consumer culture; and data analytics and management is revolutionizing how we operate sport organizations.
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 | “Sport Management, Marketing, and Innovation”. Special Issue of International Journal of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship. Call ends February 15, 2021
The general aim of this special issue is to discover the role of innovation, and how to use it within the sport management discipline in general and specially, within the sport marketing field. The guest editors are looking for high-quality papers using an original perspective to introduce innovation into sport management field in general and sport marketing in particular. Mainly empirical but also theoretical papers are welcome to this special issue.
Call for Papers | “Organizational Innovation in Sport for Development and Peace” | Special issue of Managing Sport and Leisure. Deadline extended until November 30, 2018
This issue aims to focus on innovative practices and empirical findings. Additionally, it hopes to serve as an outlet for uniquely designed organizations and programming that have received limited attention previously in sport management journals. Thus, the purpose of this special issue is to encourage scholarly attention to the nature of organizational innovation in SDP.
Call for Papers | “Leisure and Innovation” | Special Issue of World Leisure Journal. Call ends March 1, 2019
The advent of the internet and the rapid changes in technology have been shaping leisure in different manners, from individual practices or business opportunities to policymaking. Spaces of leisure are now constructed and experienced in both physical and digital manners, allowing for leisure to become a favoured field of experimentation for innovative approaches.
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