2015

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#Engagement: A case for using Twitter in a hybrid sport management course (512)6 KiB348
#OLYMPICAMBUSHMARKETING: IS SOCIAL MEDIA REGULATION THE “NEW” WAY TO PROTECT THE OLYMPIC BRAND? (795)5 KiB374
#RLNEWERA: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY INTO THE MARKETING PLANNING ACTIVITIES OF RUGBY LEAGUE CLUBS IN THE UK (629)6 KiB375
A CASE STUDY OF A NATIONAL SPORTS ORGANIZATION: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE JAPAN RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION AND THE NEW ZEALAND RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION (551)6 KiB693
A COMPARISON OF JAPANESE AND AMERICAN STUDENTS’ SPORT- RELATED MOBILE APPLICATION USAGE (783)6 KiB291
A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING FAN ENGAGEMENT THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORK SITES (544)6 KiB668
A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK TO ANALYZE SPORT FEDERATIONS’ REACTIONS FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONAL PRESSURES TO ADOPT CSR PRACTICES (701)6 KiB322
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF TEMPORAL PATTERNS AND ENGAGEMENT WITH TWITTER DURING LE TOUR DE FRANCE (2013 – 2015) (668)6 KiB247
A MOBILE APPLICATION TO EVALUTE SPORTING EVENTS: MEASURING CONSUMERS’ SELF-REPORTS CONTINUOUSLY (835)6 KiB287
A person-oriented approach for developing motive-based types of sport event volunteers (586)6 KiB272
A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Japanese Television News Coverage during the London Olympics Period: A Comparison with the Beijing Olympic Period (556)6 KiB542
A SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS OF LOCAL SPORT PROMOTION NETWORKS: THE ROLE OF THE LOCAL SPORT ADMINISTRATION AND ITS PARTNERS (646)5 KiB254
A socio-technical analysis of innovation in the outdoor sporting goods market: the case of the R-light shoe (608)6 KiB345
A SPORTING PARTICIPATION LEGACY FROM LONDON 2012: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF EXPERIENCES IN BIRMINGHAM (560)6 KiB210
Active and healthy ageing through sport: Sporting organisations’ opinions on the potential barriers and benefits of engaging older adults in sport, and potential strategies to increase sports participation for this demographic (583)5 KiB397
ALCOHOL BRANDS COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES AND SPORT : A FRENCH PERSPECTIVE (489)5 KiB335
ALTERNATIVE MEASURE OF COMPETITIVENESS IN FOOTBALL LEAGUES: ACCUMULATED POINTS DIFFERENCE (479)6 KiB279
AN ASSESSMENT OF FANS’ WIILINGNESS TO PAY FOR TEAMS’ GREEN INITIATIVES (604)6 KiB253
AN EXAMINATION OF SPORTSMANSHIP AND BEHAVIOR IN YOUTH SPORT: THE CASE OF LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL (553)6 KiB337
AN INVESTIGATION INTO HOW PUBLIC RELATIONS IS USED BY NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES OF SPORTS IN IRELAND. Phase One Methodology and Findings. (567)5 KiB303
An Opportunity to Re-write the Future of Sports Events Management (919)5 KiB302
ANTECEDENTS OF PERFORMANCE: THE ROLE OF INCENTIVES AND JOB SATISFACTION IN PROFESSIONAL TEAM SPORTS (575)5 KiB262
ARE ULTRAS MORE VIOLENT THAN OTHER FAN GROUPS? EVIDENCE ON REPORTED INCIDENCES IN GERMAN FOOTBALL AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS (817)7 KiB302
ASSESSING GROSS AND NET IMPACTS OF MEGA EVENTS: THE LONDON LEGACY SUPRA-EVALUATION. (686)5 KiB307
Assessing the impacts of sporting events – a realist evaluation of some legacies of the London 2012 Games (596)7 KiB531
ASSOCIATIVE ADVERTISING OF NON-SPONSORS: THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT ASSOCIATIVE CUES AND THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPORAL DISTANCE TO THE EVENT (597)6 KiB263
ATHLETE PRODUCT ENDORSEMENT AND USE OF TWITTER(804)7 KiB248
BALANCING PERSONAL AND COLLECTIVE INTERESTS: AN EXPLORATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OUTCOMES FROM CHARITY SPORT EVENT PARTICIPATION (669)6 KiB471
BASIC SPECTATOR PROFILES AS PLANNING DATA FOR FUTURE FIFA WORLD CUPS (522)5 KiB225
BATTLE OF THE EQUINE BRANDS (671)7 KiB283
Becoming ‘Sport City’: Development of ‘Sport City’ Selection Criteria Project in South Korea (879)5 KiB545
BETWEEN ECONOMIC REFORM AND THE MAINTENANCE OF STATE SUPPORT FOR ELITE SPORT: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ELITE SPORT POLICY IN CHINA (2001-2013) (895)7 KiB331
Bowling even more alone: trends towards individualistic participation in sport (762)6 KiB215
Breaking the code; A Financial comparison of Rugby Union and Rugby League in England. (619)6 KiB2283
CAPABILITY OF E-BIKE TOURISM IN SWITZERLAND (487)6 KiB342
CAPACITY OF COMMUNITY SPORT CLUBS TO PROVIDE HEALTHY EATING ENVIRONMENTS (648)5 KiB256
CAREER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF JAPANESE OLYMPIANS: FACTORS INFLUENCING FEMALE OLYMPIANS TO BE ELITE COACHES (680)6 KiB352
CAREER RETIREMENT PLANNING FOR PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLERS IN GERMANY – A CRITICAL REVIEW OF EXISTING CONCEPTS IN EUROPE (735)6 KiB481
CAREER STORIES OF THE ELITE FINNISH SPORT MANAGERS (626)6 KiB319
CASE STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN SUMMER COLLEGIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE (530)6 KiB525
CASE-BASED LEARNING APPROACH APPLIED IN BLENDED ONLINE AND ON-CAMPUS TEACHING (679)6 KiB224
CAUSES, FORMS AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL SPORT FEDERATIONS IN SWITZERLAND: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND FIRST RESULTS (475)6 KiB331
CHANGE OF MEDIA ENVIRONMENT FOR CONSUMING SPORT NEWS: A NICHE ANALYSIS AMONG MOBILE DEVICES, PERSONAL COMPUTERS, AND TELEVISION (733)5 KiB241
CO-HOSTING AN OLYMPIC EVENT: LESSONS LEARNED FROM EYOF 2015 (598)6 KiB384
Co-opetition as an organising concept in football – a study of Swedish Football (893)6 KiB339
Collaborative network governance and sustainability. A case study on sport management in natural protected areas (870)6 KiB277
COMMERCIALIZATION OF HANDBALL CLUBS IN EUROPE (857)5 KiB965
COMPARING APPLES AND ORANGES – ON HOW AND WHAT TO MEASURE WHEN MEASURING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN EUROPEAN FOOTBALL. (829)6 KiB424
COMPARING SOCIAL MEDIA USE AND EXPECTATIONS FROM FANS IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (NFL) AND THE WORLD WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT (WWE) (645)5 KiB422
COMPARISON OF SPORT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH IN SCANDINAVIA (724)7 KiB531
COMPETITION FOR GAME BROADCAST VIEWERSHIP AMONG MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMS IN SHARED MARKETS (725)6 KiB238
COMPETITIVE BALANCE IN ELITE ATHLETICS (772)6 KiB238
Conceptualising and Deploying Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Multicultural Settings: The Case For Euroleague Basketball’s One Team Programme (846)6 KiB411
CONCEPUTALIZING SPORT PARTICIPATION AND PARTNERSHIPS (858)6 KiB262
CONSENT OR WILLING COMPLIANCE: HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CULT OF HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT. (801)5 KiB228
CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF SOCIAL IMPACT SCALES FOR SPORT EVENTS (904)6 KiB229
Consumption in cricket: Contrasting form and time preferences (491)6 KiB450
COSMOPOLITAN CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR: EXPLORING FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS’ AWARENESS, INTERESTS, AND MOTIVATIONS (865)6 KiB398
CREATING LIGHT AND PERSONALISED RUNNING EXPERIENCES: AN APP DEVELOPMENT STUDY (714)6 KiB647
Crime and Corruption in Sport: A Study in Match Fixing (537)6 KiB419
Curving the golf ball: Predicting the renewal of golf club memberships (777)6 KiB368
DEGREES OF FREEDOM AND MONEY: FRAMING THE SOCIAL ISSUES SURROUNDING THE 2022 WORLD CUP IN QATAR WITHIN NEWS OUTLETS AND SOCIAL MEDIA (651)6 KiB368
Dependency Theory in Relation to Baseball in the Dominican Republic (849)5 KiB220
DETERMINANTS OF THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE APPLICATIONS AND SPORT WATCHES AMONG RUNNERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKETING STRATEGIES (683)6 KiB318
Developing a global NFL brand one tweet at a time (647)6 KiB240
DEVELOPING AN EQUESTRIAN NETWORK IN THE PROVINCE OF DRENTHE IN THE NETHERLANDS (698)5 KiB249
Different shaped ball, same financial concerns; the financial health of rugby union in England. (620)5 KiB277
Digital Storytelling to Promote Successful Bids for Summer and Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games (453)6 KiB366
Dimensions of Organizational Capacity of Sport Organizations and Their Measurement (564)4 KiB290
DO SPORT SYSTEMS MATTER? AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF ELITE SPORT POLICIES IN 15 NATIONS (SPLISS) (591)7 KiB508
EASM 2014 – INVENTORY OF KNOWLEDGE AND SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS (798)8 KiB435
Easm~2~EASM-2015-1 - (450)6 KiB366
Easm~2~EASM-2015-10-R1 - (476)7 KiB287
Easm~2~EASM-2015-13 - (478)5 KiB241
Easm~2~EASM-2015-15-R1 - (477)6 KiB209
Easm~2~EASM-2015-17-R1 - (492)6 KiB417
Easm~2~EASM-2015-19 - (496)6 KiB405
Easm~2~EASM-2015-2-R1 - (451)4 KiB328
Easm~2~EASM-2015-20-R1 - (497)6 KiB453
Easm~2~EASM-2015-22 - (502)6 KiB265
Easm~2~EASM-2015-23-R1 - (503)6 KiB261
Easm~2~EASM-2015-24-R1 - (508)5 KiB214
Easm~2~EASM-2015-25-R1 - (510)6 KiB233
Easm~2~EASM-2015-26 - (462)5 KiB259
Easm~2~EASM-2015-27 - (511)5 KiB250
Easm~2~EASM-2015-29-R1 - (516)6 KiB315
Easm~2~EASM-2015-30 - (517)6 KiB323
Easm~2~EASM-2015-31 - (515)6 KiB283
Easm~2~EASM-2015-32 - (518)5 KiB240
Easm~2~EASM-2015-5-R1 - (467)4 KiB472
Easm~2~EASM-2015-6 - (449)8 KiB329
Easm~2~EASM-2015-7-R1 - (470)6 KiB360
ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE FIVB BEACH VOLLEYBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015 - PREDICTION VS OUTCOME (682)6 KiB535
Economic value of community club-based sport in Australia (603)5 KiB244
ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF THE ALLTECH FEI WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES 2014 IN NORMANDY- (755)7 KiB312
EFFECTS OF A COMMUNITY SPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON SPORT, SOCIAL AND HEALTH OUTCOMES: THE IMPORTANCE OF YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION (678)6 KiB258
Employee's engagement in corporate sport initiative and organizational performance: The serial mediation roles of social capital and dynamic capability (810)7 KiB275
Employer Branding and the Role of Corporate Sponsorship (852)6 KiB418
EVOLUTION OF THE ADULT SPORT PARTICIPANT: AN EXPLORATION OF SPORT INDUCED OUTCOMES (634)5 KiB261
EXAMINING UNDERGRADUATE SPORT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE AND INTENTION TO USE E-LEARNING (747)6 KiB270
EXPLORING FAN-TEAM RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH THE LENS OF BRAND LOVE PROTOTYPE-EVIDENCE FROM PROFESSIONAL SOCCER (661)6 KiB388
Exploring Sport Management in Italian Higher and Vocational Education (528)6 KiB306
Exploring the Link Between Social Responsibility and Strategy in Community Sport (765)6 KiB241
EXPLORING THE LOVE-HATE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARCHRIVALS: THE RIVALRY AMBIVALENCE MODEL (614)6 KiB296
FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SUCCESS OF A GAMIFIED MOBILE SPORT FAN ENGAGEMENT APP (650)6 KiB275
FACTORS INFLUENCING FUTURE MARATHON RUNNING PARTICIPATION (607)6 KiB522
FAN IDENTIFICATION AND FAN LOYALTY: THE ROLE OF MERCHANDISING CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR - A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BASKETBALL FANS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND GERMANY (726)6 KiB353
Fans' CSR Perceptions In The Context of Professional Sport Sponsorship (703)5 KiB372
FEDERAL VERSUS UNITARY MODELS OF SPORT GOVERNANCE(580)6 KiB413
FINANCIAL STABILITY AND SOUNDNESS IN EUROPEAN TOP FOOTBALL CLUBS (704)6 KiB345
FOOTBALL SPONSORSHIP IN LESS MATURE MARKETS: “GLOCALIZATION” PROCESSES AND CULTURAL NUANCES (557)6 KiB495
FOUNDATIONS OF VOLUNTEER SOCIAL CAPITAL FOR COMMUNITY SPORT CAPACITY (739)6 KiB388
FREEDOM UNDER PRESSURE: PERCEPTIONS AND INFLUENCES OF YOUNG LEADERSHIP AT THE 2012 WORLD SNOWBOARDING CHAMPIONSHIPS (694)6 KiB272
GAME OUTCOME UNCERTAINTY AND THE DEMAND FOR INTERNATIONAL TEAM SPORTS(568)8 KiB383
Gamifying the Sports Management Classroom (440)6 KiB287
Getting to know the Chinese marathoners: Segmentation based on running shoe brands (519)6 KiB488
GOOD GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL IN LITHUANIAN NATIONAL SPORT BODIES (691)7 KiB570
HASHTAG MARKETING: EXAMINING CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT THROUGH SPORT MEGA-EVENTS (663)6 KiB332
How Customer Trust, Commitment and Loyalty are Impacted by CSR Activities Over Time. (805)6 KiB407
HOW DO STAKEHOLDERS INFLUENCE STADIUM-LED REGENERATION? (558)6 KiB571
HOW SMALL IS A FOOTBALL CROWD? THE EFFECT OF LINGUISTIC CUES ON NUMERICAL PERCEPTIONS (741)5 KiB269
IMPLEMENTATION OF BRANDING STRATEGIES – PROFICIENT TACTICS FOR SURVIVAL? THE CASE OF LdB FC MALMÖ (811)6 KiB451
IMPLEMENTATION OF SPORT ENGLAND’S CLUBMARK INTO COMMUNITY SPORT CLUBS: SWIMMING, RUGBY UNION AND BOXING (653)4 KiB240
INCLUSION, GOVERNMENT POLICY AND THE EVERYDAY PRACTICES OF AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING COACHES (909)6 KiB266
INFLUENCING FACTORS ON GAMEDAY EXPERIENCE: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL (617)6 KiB227
Insolvencies and financial difficulties in French football, 1970-2012 (628)6 KiB425
INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SPORT COMMISSIONS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED MUNICIPALITIES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN JAPAN AND THE FLORIDA STATE (839)6 KiB447
INTEGRITY AND THE CORRUPTION DEBATE IN SPORT: WHERE IS THE INTEGRITY? (842)5 KiB666
INVESTIGATING THE IMPORTANCE OF PLACE IMAGE DIMENSIONS ON TRAVEL INTENTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES (731)5 KiB306
Investigating the Role of Efficiency Gains in Sporting Performance: Evidence from the FA Premier League 1996 – 2006 (584)6 KiB206
INVOLVEMENT WITH RECREATIONAL SPORT PARTICIPATION: THE ROLE OF PERSONAL NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES (590)5 KiB409
IS ALL ENGAGEMENT GOOD ENGAGEMENT? A CLOSER LOOK AT FEMALE ATHLETE SELF-PRESENTATION ON INSTAGRAM- (577)6 KiB326
IS FINAL AND BINDING ARBITRATION REALLY “FINAL” AND “BINDING?”: THE CURIOUS CASES OF CLAUDIA PECHSTEIN AND LANCE ARMSTRONG (571)7 KiB334
ITH RANDOM ACTIONS TOWARDS INEFFICIENCY – THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NORWEGIAN YOUTH SPORT POLICY THROUGH THE 2016 LILLEHAMMER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES (627)6 KiB402
Leadership and Organizational Culture in Collegiate Athletic Programs (824)6 KiB255
LEADERSHIP OF AND IN ELITE SPORT ORGANIZATIONS – A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH (695)5 KiB437
LEED CERTIFICATION: TRENDS IN THE SPORT INDUSTRY (672)5 KiB241
LEGACY AT LARGE-SCALE SPORTING EVENTS: A COMPARISON OF THE 2007 U-20 FIFA WORLD CUP AND THE 2015 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP (743)6 KiB394
LEGITIMATION OF THE FINNISH SPORT MOVEMENTS REFORM (788)5 KiB393
LEVERAGING LEGACIES FROM MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS: THE CASE OF THE TOUR DE TAIWAN (684)5 KiB221
LEVERAGING THE FIFA 2022 WORD CUP QATAR FOR THE PROMOTION OF ACTIVE AND GREEN LIVING (539)5 KiB305
LOYALTY IN RUNNING EVENTS PARTICIPATION (547)5 KiB440
MANAGERIAL PREPAREDNESS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL: Key stakeholders’ perspective. (785)7 KiB319
Managing change in voluntary sport clubs – an autoethnographic study (696)6 KiB280
MANAGING FOOTBALL STADIA FOR ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY: FIRST RESULTS OF A SURVEY OF GERMAN STADIA STAKEHOLDERS DOWN TO THE FOURTH DIVISION (853)6 KiB260
MANAGING SANCTIONS IN SPORT FOR OFF-FIELD INDISCRETIONS (687)4 KiB600
MANAGING SPORT-FOR-DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES OF THEORETICAL ADVANCEMENT (534)6 KiB254
MANAGING THE MESSAGE? AN EXAMINATION OF MEDIA PORTRAYAL OF AMBUSH MARKETING (612)6 KiB501
Mediating collaboration using wiki’s and blogs in sport studies at a South African Higher Education Institution (720)5 KiB234
MEN AND WOMEN PROFILES IN OUTDOOR RECREATION ACTIVITIES AND THEIR PARTICIPATION MOTIVES IN GREECE (417)21 KiB278
MIDAS SPORTS: A WEB DATABASE OF OLYMPICS LONG TERM RESULTS MANAGEMENT FOR BRAZILIAN ATHLETES PROSPECTION - (504)7 KiB461
MOTIVES FOR RUNNING AND PERCEIVED IMPORTANCE OF APPLICATION FUNCTIONALITIES: A COMPARISON OF FAST AND SLOW RUNNERS (784)6 KiB281
National Identity & Sport Consumption: A Study of the National Team Fans in Ireland (900)5 KiB221
NO GAMES ALLOWED: CONSUMPTION AND CLASS IN SPORT UNDER AUSTERITY (814)5 KiB236
OLYMPIC IMPACTS AND SPORT DEVELOPMENT AS SOFT LEGACY: CHALLENGES OF MEASURES AND EVIDENCE (880)7 KiB428
OLYMPIC VALUES BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY (588)6 KiB448
Online and Blended Learning within a National Governing Body of Sport: A Professional Practice Case Study (908)6 KiB263
Online sport consumption: Influence of consumers’ motivations and concerns on their actual behavior and future purchase intentions (643)2 KiB205
ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY IN EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CLUBS – KEY DETERMINANTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEMS AND PUBLIC WELFARE EFFECTS (813)6 KiB248
O’Bannon v. NCAA: It’s Time to Re-Conceptualize Rule of Reason Application to NCAA Athletics (764)5 KiB211
PERCEPTIONS OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING NEAR PUBLIC PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES: AN EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION (630)6 KiB214
PERCIEVED AND ACTUAL ECOMMUNITY USAGE: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF IRONMAN ARIZONA (744)6 KiB247
PLAYER WELFARE IN ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL ACADEMIES: SOME POLICY ISSUES AND PROBLEMS (631)6 KiB302
PROFILING MEMBERS OF A SUPPORTERS’ CLUB: A CASE STUDY OF THE V. PREMIER LEAGUE IN JAPAN (860)5 KiB216
PROSUMERISM AND THE SECOND SCREEN ECOSYSTEM (838)6 KiB228
Recurring small-scale event tourist satisfaction, place attachment, involvement, and revisit intentions: A comparison between primary and secondary visitors (709)7 KiB361
RETENTION CHALLENGES FOR RUGBY DEVELOPMENT IN THE USA (868)6 KiB416
REVIEWING THE IMPACT ON HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE BRAZIL WORLD CUP: ANALYSING THE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE 2016 RIO OLYMPICS. (520)4 KiB243
REVISITING THE SALT LAKE CITY OLYMPIC SCANDAL: WOULD THE OUTCOME BE DIFFERENT TODAY? (532)4 KiB214
RISK MANEGEMENT DURING SPORT ACTIVITIES: JAPANESE SPORTS LEGISLATION AND PRECENDENTS - (529)6 KiB277
RIVALRY AND VIEWERSHIP OF NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE OUT-OF- MARKET GAMES (657)6 KiB427
RUGBY LEAGUE THE FAMOUS AMERICAN SPORT: THE EFFECT OF RESTRUCTURING ON COMPETITIVE BALANCE AND DEMAND FOR THE SUPER LEAGUE (729)6 KiB260
Running a Professional Basketball Club as a Sustainable CSR Initiative (605)5 KiB266
SAME GAME – DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE: HOW CONTEXT INFLUENCES EVENT EXPERIENCE AND SPECTATOR PERCEPTIONS (837)6 KiB234
SAME, SAME – BUT DIFFERENT! ON CONSUMERS' USE OF CORPORATE PR MEDIA IN SPORTS (585)6 KiB315
SERVICE QUALITY AND VALUE IN THE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP IN BRAZIL: THE MODERATOR ROLE OF CONSUMERS’ OPINION ABOUT HOSTING THE EVENT (546)6 KiB400
Small-Scale Sport Events: A Critical Review of the Literature and Future Directions (513)6 KiB301
SOCCER PLAYERS AND RELATIONSHIP MARKETING DURING THE FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 – HOW TOPIC AND TYPE OF COMMUNICATION INFLUENCE FAN REACTIONS ON FACEBOOK (592)7 KiB297
Social Impact of the researches financed by the Brazilian Ministry of Sport. (569)4 KiB410
SOCIAL NETWORK-BASED ANTI-BRAND COMMUNITIES OPPOSING SPONSORS OF SPORT TEAMS (836)6 KiB240
SPILLOVER EFFECTS IN A TEAM-LEAGUE CONTEXT (562)6 KiB218
SPONSORSHIP ACTIVATION: EXAMINING THE OPTIMAL INVESTMENT TO ACHIEVE SPONSOR OBJECTIVES (827)6 KiB329
Sport and physical activity participation in the digital age: attitudes and media usages of disabled and non-disabled Torontonians prior to the Toronto 2015 Pan (681)4 KiB262
SPORT AND SPECTACLE IN BRAZILIAN PRINTED MEDIA ́S SPEECH: THE CASE OF LONDON ́S OLYMPICS GAMES 2012 (525)5 KiB406
SPORT BRANDS’ USE OF ONLINE USER-GENERATED VISUAL CONTENT AS A MARKETING TOOL (659)6 KiB421
SPORT BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN PRACTISE/USE – HOW TO DEVELOPE NATIONAL LEVEL BASKETBALL WITH THE HELP OF INTERNATIONAL SPORT SUCCESS? (851)5 KiB315
Sport Comics and Market Development Opportunity: An Exploratory Study in the Thai Boxing Sport (676)6 KiB326
SPORT EVENTS AND HAPPINESS (615)6 KiB282
Sport events and urban public space: a virtuous example in Parisian Public Policies? (641)6 KiB290
SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE: A PROGRAM EVALUATION (758)6 KiB261
SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT WITH AT RISK GIRLS IN TEH GLOBAL SOUTH: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES FOR SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING AND MANAGEMENT (723)6 KiB235
SPORT GOVERNANCE DESIGN: EXPLORING ISSUES AND IMPACTS OF OWNERSHIP CHANGES IN RUGBY UNION (656)3 KiB269
SPORT INDUSTRY CLUSTER – TESTING THE SPORT VALUE FRAMEWORK ON THE MESO-LEVEL (613)6 KiB390
Sport management education in Germany (907)4 KiB199
SPORT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE (599)5 KiB267
SPORT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION LANDSCAPE: THE CASES OF GREECE AND CYPRUS (769)3 KiB229
SPORT MANAGEMENT IN THE NETHERLANDS – DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM (802)4 KiB272
Sport Marketing in Islam, Muslim Countries and Communities (918)4 KiB389
SPORT PARTICIPATION AND RELATED MARKETING IMPLICATIONS (635)6 KiB233
SPORT RELATED HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN ICELAND (816)5 KiB216
SPORT VIEWING: DIGITAL MEDIA USES AND GRATIFICATIONS (809)6 KiB278
Sport Workplace Identification: Multiple Pathways to Job Engagement (521)6 KiB268
SPORT, TIME AND MONEY: A COMPARISON OF THE DETERMINANTS OF TIME SPENDING VERSUS MONEY EXPENDITURE ON SPECIFIC SPORT ACTIVITIES.- (536)6 KiB298
SPORTS CLUBS IN NORTHERN IRELAND: A ‘STATE OF PLAY’ REVIEW (815)6 KiB301
SPORTS FAN ENGAGEMENT IN THE MENA REGION – AN EXPLORATORY STUDY (881)6 KiB273
SPORTS MEDIA AND FAN ENGAGEMENT; NETHERLANDS NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM AT BRAZIL 2014 (933)6 KiB401
Sports participation and the household: Consumption of Relational Goods (563)5 KiB224
STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT WITH ELITE DEVELOPMENT PATHWAYS IN TENNIS (673)3 KiB211
STRATEGIES AND STRUCTURES OF SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN METROPOLITAN REGIONS ON THE BASIS OF THE IOC-AGENDA 2020 (797)6 KiB214
STRATEGISING PRACTICES IN THE PRIVATISATION OF SAUDI SPORT CLUBS (861)6 KiB238
STRATEGY-AS-PRACTICE IN SPORT MANAGEMENT AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PRIVATISATION OF SPORT CLUBS IN SAUDI ARABIA (875)6 KiB297
Studentmobilization (867)6 KiB457
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE FOOTBALL INDUSTRY: SETTING - (923)6 KiB345
SUSTAINABILITY OF AMERICAN SPORTS STADIA: A CASE STUDY OF THE DEMISE OF THE ATLANTA FALCONS FOOTBALL STADIUM (740)6 KiB254
TEACHING PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT: HELPING STUDENTS TO COPE WITH COMPLEXITY BY USING THE "EXPERIENCE MAP” (749)6 KiB426
TEAM MEMBER INCIVILITY, COOPERATION, AND PERFORMANCE: THE MODERATING ROLE OF LEADER GENDER (636)6 KiB250
Texting and Twitter and Laptops! Oh My!” Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Computer Technologies in Sport and Entertainment Management Education (848)6 KiB216
THE 2012 OLYMPICS: A NEW DIGITAL TEMPLATE FOR SPORT MEGA- EVENTS (779)5 KiB278
THE ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC AND TOURISM IMPACTS OF PUBLIC VIEWING EVENTS IN BERLIN DURING THE FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 (501)6 KiB249
THE ANTICIPATED POTENTIAL OF INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FOOTBALL TOURNAMENTS FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH (774)6 KiB237
THE BROAD IDEOLOGICAL LINES OF STRATEGIC ORIENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE: THE GIGANTISM OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES (786)5 KiB276
The Challenges Facing the Development of Sports Management and Marketing in Higher Education in Egypt: Reflections on the International Inspirations University Links Programme in Egypt (706)5 KiB412
The changing nature of professional football academy coaching in England: The EPPP and developments in practice (692)4 KiB408
THE COMPARISON OF THE ELITE SPORT REFORMS IN FINLAND, NORWAY AND NEW ZEALAND (719)5 KiB207
THE CONSTRUCT OF THE OUTCOME OF ELITE SPORT SUCCESS: DEVELOPMENT OF PERCEIVED PERSONAL AND SOCIAL BENEFITS SCALE- (674)6 KiB280
THE DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTION OF UEFA FINANCIAL FAIR PLAY (609)6 KiB217
The economics of hosting regular sports events - A case study of World Cup competitions (789)6 KiB201
THE EFFECT OF ROLE CLARITY AND SELF-EFFICACY ON CUSTOMER VALUE CO-CREATION: THE CASE OF FITNESS CENTRES (763)6 KiB334
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