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    The International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 20, 2020, Issue 3–4

    The ISLJ is the only truly “international” peer-reviewed sports law journal consistently offering broad content coverage, such as significant case law analysis, legal commentary and sports related information from sports law experts around the world. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Demystifying India’s Paralympic movement: overview of legislation, sport governance and ground realities by SriPadmini Chennapragada, Sunil Jain.

    Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, Vol 30, 2020, Issue 2 | The Sports Gambling (anti) Federalist Papers

    JLAS serves as an interdisciplinary outlet for legal issues in the sport, recreation, and related fields to meet the needs of researchers, academicians, practitioners, and policymakers. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: MOVING FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF REGULATION: CAN STATE-AUTHORIZED SPORTS WAGERING DODGE A GAME-FIXING BULLET WITHOUT THE HELP OF THE FEDS? by Anthony Cabot, Keith Miller.

    International Journal of Sport Communication, Volume 12, 2019, No. 1

    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, communication policy, history, media studies, psychology, telecommunications, cultural studies, sport marketing, international communication, gender studies, journalism, public relations, communication theory, and new media.

    Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, Vol 28, 2018, Issue 1

    LAS is strongly committed to the publication of theoretical and applied research on law and policy issues from any tradition of scholarship. Published twice per year in February and August, JLAS is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that has an interdisciplinary appeal to researchers and practitioners in the field.

    The Sum Less Than the Parts

    The title of the anthology The Ethics of Sport: Essential Readings, edited by Arthur L. Caplan & Brendan Parent (Oxford University Press), is essentially a misnomer, according to our reviewer, Shawn Klein. The collected journal articles deal only occasionally with ethics, and the book’s purpose and audience is basically unclear. Some contributions, though, are worthy of the title.
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