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Routledge Handbook of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, edited by Dikaia Chatziefstathiou, Borja García & Benoit Séguin (Routledge) presents new research and broad surveys exploring pressing debates, challenges and possible solutions surrounding the modern Olympic and Paralympic Games, across diverse socioeconomic and political contexts. Our reviewer Björn Sandahl contends that the handbook serves as a rich introduction to its field of study and thus should be of great interest to students and the interested general public.
JGSM aims to be the global platform for focused, rigorous, and interdisciplinary research that has originality, depth, and clarity of insights into significant issues and developments of interest to sport management. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ‘I Will Go to the Game, While You Stay Home with the Kids': Gender Role Expectations and Sport Fan-Family Conflict by Heidi Grappendorf, Jason Simmons & Meg Hancock.
JSM encourages the submission of manuscripts in a number of areas as they relate to the management, governance, and consumption of sport. Studies using quantitative and/or qualitative approaches are welcomed. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Exploring (Semi) Professionalization in Women’s Team Sport Through a Continuum of Care Lens by Wendy O’Brien, Tracy Taylor, Clare Hanlon, Kristine Toohey (open access).
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: New insights on the Louis-Schmeling paradox: determinants of demand for subscription and pay-per-view boxing by David Butler, Robert Butler & Joel Maxcy.
Sport Management Review is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: AN EXPLORATION OF THE DISTRACTIONS INHERENT TO SOCIAL MEDIA USE AMONG ATHLETES by Michelle Hayes, Kevin Filo, Andrea Geurin, Caroline Riot.
Sport Management Review is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: THE EN/GENDERING OF VOLUNTEERING: “I’VE PRETTY MUCH ALWAYS NOTICED THAT THE TAIL RUNNER IS ALWAYS FEMALE” by Annette Stride, Hayley Fitzgerald, Alexandra Rankin-Wright, Luke Barnes.
Sport in Society, Volume 23, 2020, Issue 2 | Management, Marketing and Economy in Sports Organizations
The considerable growth of interest in commerce, media and politics and their relationship to sport in international academia has resulted in academics in various disciplines writing about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life.
The International Journal of the History of Sport, Volume 36, 2019, Issue 12: Regional Issue: Australasia, the Pacific and South Asia
The International Journal of the History of Sport is the world’s leading sport history academic periodical with fully-refereed global coverage of the subject. As well as regular issues, the IJHS also offers regionally-focused issues on the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East, and special issues each year on significant topics and themes.
Milena Parent and Jean-Loup Chappelet have collected 21 contributions for the Routledge Handbook of Sports Event Management, by altogether 36 scholars in the field. Our reviewer is Christian Tolstrup Jensen, and while he offers som suggestions that he feels would improve the quality of the handbook, he is nevertheless quite happy with the collection as it is.
En i och för sig utmärkt sport management-antologi, Understanding Sport Management: International Perspectives av Trish Bradbury & Ian O’Boyle (Routledge), är, menar vår recensent Josef Fahlén, inte oproblematisk. Som så ofta blir med sådana här läroböcker gör bredden i framställningen att djupet försakas, och den fungerar dåligt som kurslitteratur.
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