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    Call for Papers | “Social Roles of Sport Organisations: developments, contexts and challenges” | Special Issue of European Journal for Sport and Society. Call ends August 27, 2018

    Sport organisations increasingly are expected and encouraged to take up a wider social role. Thus, sport organisations and sport clubs in particular, tend to be more involved in dealing with societal issues. Next to this social role for local communities, a number of sport organisations seem to be explicitly taking up their social responsibility, through an active position against organisational problems like exclusionary practices or corruption.

    Call for Papers | “Organizational Behavior in Sport Management” | Special Issue of Case Studies in Sport Management. Call ends December 1, 2018

    The aim of this special issue is to develop a library of teaching case studies appropriate for undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational behavior that can be used in case study pedagogy. The scope of this special issue is broad in terms of industry context, and the range of topics includes content commonly covered in organizational behavior courses.

    Call for Contributions | “Contextualising Positive Organisational Behaviour: The Case of Sport Organisations” | Special issue of IJSMM

    This special issue seeks to cast a fresh and state-of-the-art eye on how positive organizational behaviour (POB) shapes and influences the workplace within the sport organisational context. There is still much to learn about how and why POB and a variety of outcomes at work are interlinked, let alone when “there is extensive variability in the scope and size of sport organisations”.

    Call for Papers | “Contextualising Positive Organisational Behaviour: The Case of Sport Organisations” | Special Issue of International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing

    Conceptual, theoretical and empirical works drawing on and engaging with positive organisational behaviour are welcome for this issue. We hope that this issue will inspire and encourage scholars to expand their research horizons to investigate employees in flourishing sport organisations.
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