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C&S is a cutting-edge peer-reviewed quarterly that publishes research to foster international scholarly understanding of the nexus of communication and sport that engages a broad intellectual community. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: 'Coaches’ Self-Initiated Complaints About Referees in Ice Hockey Postgame Press Conferences by Samu Pehkonen.
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.
SMEJ promotes advancement of the body of knowledge in pedagogy as it relates to sport management education and disseminates knowledge about sport management courses, curricula, and teaching. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: A Foot in the Door: An Examination of Professional Sport Internship Job Announcements by Liz Sattler, Rebecca Achen.
Sport in Society, Volume 23, 2020, Issue 11 | SportsWorld V: The Evolving SportsWorld: Sports and Physical Activities in the Time of COVID-19
The considerable growth of interest in commerce, media and politics and their relationship to sport has resulted in academics in various disciplines writing about sport. Sport in Society is a forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: THE SPORTS WORLD IN THE ERA OF COVID-19 by John Nauright, Sarah Zipp & Young Hoon Kim.
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: COVID-19: RETURN TO YOUTH SPORTS: PREPARING SPORTS VENUES AND EVENTS FOR THE RETURN OF YOUTH SPORTS by David Pierce, Jessi Stas, Kevin Feller, William Knox.
Sport Management Review is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: UNDERSTANDING SPORT EVENT VOLUNTEERS’ CONTINUANCE INTENTION: AN ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY APPROACH by Heetae Cho, Chunxiao Li, Yandan Wu.
The mission of IJSC is to provide a platform for academics and practitioners to disseminate research and information from diverse fields such as critical studies, sport management, advertising, etc. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: “YOU HAD ONE JOB!” A CASE STUDY OF MALADAPTIVE PARASOCIAL INTERACTION AND ATHLETE MALTREATMENT IN VIRTUAL SPACES by Jimmy Sanderson, Matthew Zimmerman, Sarah Stokowski and Alison Fridley.
Whether or not esports can be incorporated in the wider concept of traditional sports is a serious bone of contention among sport scholars which is touched upon in Ryan Rogers’ collected volume Understanding Esports: An Introduction to the Global Phenomenon (Lexington Books), though not as cleverly as in many previous works. And our reviewer Anne Tjønndal have other reservations as well, however some chapters do pass muster.
The Sport Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) is published quarterly and serves as an outlet for the dissemination of sport marketing information for both practicing professionals and academicians. These two important constituencies now have an opportunity to develop a relationship that is intended to be mutually beneficial.
The European Sport Management Quarterly (ESMQ) publishes articles that contribute to our understanding of how sport organizations are structured, managed and operated. The Journal sets out to enhance our understanding of the role of sport management and sport bodies in social life and the way social, political and economic forces and practices affect these organizations.
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