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Call for Scholarly Commentaries | “Sport and the Coronavirus Crisis”, Special Issue of International Journal of Sport Communication. Call ends April 27, 2020
This call asks sport-focused scholars to contribute short essays and analyses of how this unfortunate life-altering pandemic has affected the sport industry. For the most part this special issue will be devoted to scholarly commentaries (e.g., perspectives, essays, overviews, analyses, opinions, observations, recommendations, cases, interviews) of how the sport industry has been affected by this pandemic.
Call for Papers | Antologi: Sport Management, Del III, Idrottens marknader och idrott som livsstil och konsumtionskultur. Deadline den 1 december 2019
Har du forskning inom det här området? Är du intresserad av att bidra till detta läromedel? Vi har i dagarna börjat planera den tredje volymen i serien om sport management på svenska, och söker nu relevanta ämnesområden och möjliga artiklar för Del III, som vi avser att ägna åt idrottens marknader och idrott som livsstil och konsumtionskultur. Vi hoppas höra av dig under de närmaste veckorna.
Call for Papers | “Digital Research” | Special Issue of Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. Call ends December 31, 2019
This special issue is about contemporary qualitative digital research in fields researching sport, exercise and health. The focus is on the concepts, paradigms, and/or techniques relevant to the digital, and better understanding how qualitative research can/will be effective in the complex and vast digital landscape, that is developing at an unprecedented pace.
Under senare år har frågor om hästens välfärd debatterats på sociala medier. Det kan handla om nosgrimmor, vilket bett som ska användas eller hästars sjukdomar. Många av oss söker information på internet, men hur gör vi? Hur påverkar det vår egen och hästens vardag? Den här studiens syfte är att forma en bättre miljö för häst och människa.
Call for Papers | “Reputational Management in Sport” | Special Issue of Journal of Global Sport Management. Call ends October 15, 2018
This special issue seeks to advance scholarship as it relates to the advancement of reputation in sports management contexts, specifically as it relates to crisis communication, image repair, and methods of modern apologia. Intersections of sport, reputation, and society are all welcome, whether mediated, organizational, or interpersonal in nature.
Call for Papers | Changing the rules of the game? An interdisciplinary symposium examining the relationship between sport and media | Loughborough University, May 16–17, 2018. Call ends January...
This event seeks to take stock of current developments in the field of sport and media and critically assess new theoretical and methodological approaches. Of particular interest will be current debates around mediatization in understanding contemporary trends in the domain of sport. We welcome papers from post-graduate as well as established researchers.
Call for Papers | “Communication and Soccer” | Special issue of International Journal of Sport Communication. Call ends 2018-04-15
Taking into consideration the expansion in regard to the ubiquitousness of soccer coverage worldwide, this call for papers seeks research which applies to “Communication and Soccer.” The goal of this special issue is to increase knowledge and understanding of the impact of communication as it pertains to what is widely known as “The Beautiful Game.”
Call for Papers | “Contemporary Issues in Social Media in Sport” | Special issue of International Journal of Sport Communication. Call ends 2018-01-15
With a goal of enhancing our understanding of social media in the context of sport, the specific aim of the special issue is to increase our knowledge of social media through conceptual, behavioral, empirical, and managerial work studying the role and impact of social media in sport from consumers, platforms, and organizations perspective.
Call for Papers | Sports Journalism: ethical vacuum or ethical minefield? | Institute of Communication Ethics Annual Conference, 27 October 2017, Frontline Club, London. Ends 2017-07-01
While the ethical issues surrounding news journalism are closely scrutinised, the ethical dilemmas facing sports journalism are often neglected, or even unacknowledged. How have sports journalists responded to ethical issues arising from the digital revolution? This conference aims to provide a space for analysis and discussion on the varied ethical issues confronting sports journalists.
We encourage submissions that resist the imposition of the white gaze as the primary lens through which we theorize about sexuality, gender, and black athletes. The collection will explore how cultural narratives of blackness, gender, and sexuality remain entangled in, through, and against sport.
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