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    Sport&EU Review Vol 7 Issue 1, June 2015

    Editorial Alexander Brand and Arne Niemann Theorising the EU and International Sport: The Principal-Agent Model and Beyond Arnout Geeraert & Edith Drieskens The Aftermath of a Match-Fixing Case that Shook Two Nations: Insights into How Malta and Norway Are Seeking to Redeem Their Football Dawn Aquilina & Angelo Chetcuti The Beginnings and Development of European Sport Research at Universities: From Marginalisation to Fragmentation? Karen Petry BOOK REVIEW: Strategien...

    Sport&EU Review Vol 6 Issue 2, November 2014

    Launched in 2009, Sport&EU Review offers the Sport&EU community opportunities to publish longer, peer-reviewed articles in addition to maintaining the regular features of its predecessor, the Sport%EU Newsletter.

    Sport&EU Review Vol 6 Issue 1, May 2014

    Launched in 2009, Sport&EU Review offers the Sport&EU community opportunities to publish longer, peer-reviewed articles in addition to maintaining the regular features of its predecessor, the Sport%EU Newsletter.

    Sport&EU Review Vol 5 Issue 2, November 2013, has been published

    Dear friends of Sport&EU, We finally bring you a new issue of the Sport&EU Review.  Issue 2 of volume 5 brings you two articles, two columns, and en extensive list of conference, journal, and opportunity announcements. Original Research Golf industry attrition: Challenges to retaining qualified golf professionals, particularly women by Vanessa MacKinnon Europeanisation of football? Evidence from Dutch newspaper coverage by Rens Vliegenthart Call for engagement As the new...

    Sport&EU Review Vol 5 Issiue 1, May 2013, has been published

    Dear friends of Sport&EU, Please find attached this year’s first issue of Sport&EU Review, the official journal of the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union. This issue includes an original article on media perceptions of Arab investment in European football by Borja García and Mahfoud Amara, a commentary on the challenges in the Sport Education and Training sector by Karen...

    Debate on violence in sport at Sport&EU

    The latest issue of Sport&EU Review featured the launch of a series on violence in sport. In an introductory contribution, Bart Ooijen provided a short report on the role and actions taken by the European Commissionto prevent violence from occurring in sport. The editorial team of the Review decided to carry on the debate online and recently posted a second contribution to the thread: in it,...
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