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Call for Papers | “Sport and Migration in the Age of Superdiversity”, Special Issue of International Review for the Sociology of Sport | Call ends November 1, 2021
Today sport is a significant social arena through which we can study the evolvement of societal diversity, along with the challenges that follow suit. This special issue turns attention to such diversity in both the role sports may play in the lives of migrants and their descendants, but also to a variety in their societal reception, including political strategies as well as civic responses that shape options for migrants’ sports participation.
Call for Papers | Frontiers Research Topic: “The Application of Experimental Research in Sport Management, Marketing and Business” | Call ends January 1, 2022
Within the fields of sport management, marketing, and business, experimental studies have been steadily gaining in popularity. However, the use of experiments is still limited among sport research compared to other fields. Although observational studies have formed the foundation of sport research, experimental studies have some distinct advantages over observational studies, primarily the ability to draw stronger causal conclusions about the effects of variables on behaviors, attitudes, and intentions.