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ESMQ publishes articles that contribute to our understanding of sport organizations. The Journal sets out to enhance our understanding of the role of sport management and sport bodies in social life. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: GERMAN HANDBALL TV DEMAND: DID IT PAY FOR THE HANDBALL-BUNDESLIGA TO MOVE FROM FREE TO PAY TV? by Henk Erik Meier, Dominik Schreyer & Malte Jetzke.
In this original review for idrottsforum.org by Dominic Malcolm, Peter Krustrup’s long-awaited summing-up of 17 years of research around the health benefits of football, Football as Medicine: Prescribing Football for Global Health Promotion, edited with Daniel Parnell (Routledge), is critically assessed. While commending the basic premise of the book and its trust in football as medicine, he regrets the lack of critical perspectives.
Managing Sport and Leisure is a refereed journal that publishes high quality research articles to inform and stimulate discussions relevant to sport and leisure management globally. Editor’s pick from the current issue: PALESTINIAN FOOTBALL AND NATIONAL IDENTITY UNDER OCCUPATION by Jon Dart.
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, Volume 9, 2019, Issue 1: Football and its Shifting Global Powerbase
Sport, Business and Management serves to promote the development of a coherent, high-quality body of work in sport, business and management, an area that has until now been largely overlooked by academia despite being one of the few industries to warrant its own daily section in most newspapers.
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.
Managing Sport and Leisure is a refereed journal that publishes high quality research articles to inform and stimulate discussions relevant to sport and leisure management globally. The journal is committed to publishing research that advances understanding of the practice of sport and leisure management, and to provide a high level forum for communication between academics and practitioners of sport and leisure.
Four leading British football scholars, Jamie Cleland, Mark Doidge, Peter Millward and Paul Widdop, have authored a monograph, Collective Action and Football Fandom: A Relational Sociological Approach (Palgrave). Our reviewer is Arve Hjelseth, and his review was originally published in Norwegian October 24, 2018. It has been translated into English by Jeremy Crump.
Fyra ledande fotbollssociologer, Jamie Cleland, Mark Doidge, Peter Millward och Paul Widdop, ligger bakom monografin Collective Action and Football Fandom: A Relational Sociological Approach (Palgrave). Vår recensent är Arve Hjelseth, som visserligen kan se en poäng med relationer sociologi, men själv föredrar de sociologiska teorier som ryms i beteckningen var för sig. Bra bok, i alla händeler.
The Journal of Sport for Development (JSFD) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal focused on publishing research from the Sport for Development sector. JSFD’s mission is to examine, advance and disseminate evidence, best practices, and lessons learned from Sport for Development programmes and interventions.
The International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics aims to publish articles that address all aspects of sport policy irrespective of academic discipline. Articles that adopt a multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary or comparative approach are particularly welcome.