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    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 Papers | “Sport, Emerging Media, and the Law” | Special issue of Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport

    The Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport (JLAS) announces a call for papers for a special issue, entitled “Sport, Emerging Media, and the Law”. This special issue, which will be published in 2017, invites submissions that investigate potential legal and regulatory issues as they relate to digital and social media usage in the sport environment.

    Call for Papers | “Texting, Tweeting and Playing: Sporting Mega Events in an Online Environment” | Special Issue of Online Information Review

    This 2016 Special Issue ‘Texting, Tweeting and Playing’ of Online Information Review seeks international submissions featuring case-based or empirical papers presenting new insights. Guest Editors are Dr Yair Galily, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, and Dr Galen Clavio, Media School, Indiana University.

    Call for Papers | The Velvet Light Trap #77 – Performance and the Body | 2015-01-15

    Historically, studies of performance have often been tied to star images, focusing on issues of celebrity in professional, public, and private spaces. As a result, a large body of research has explored how the star is constructed through extratextual discourses and how this off-screen persona may shape perceptions of on-screen performance. However, scholarly attention to performers has been shifting...
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