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"CHEERING FOR THE OWNED TEAM”: MEDIA FRAMING OF A SPORT CRISIS233.8 KiB471
A CASE STUDY OF SPORT MARKETING STRATEGY OF MERCURIES TAIWAN MASTERS INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 201276.9 KiB421
A CONTEMPORARY OLYMPIC DISCOURSE: SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS177.8 KiB528
A LONGITUDINAL EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPORT TEAM BRAND ASSOCIATIONS AND LOYALTY101.2 KiB534
A RESOURCE-BASED COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN ATHLETICS171.2 KiB454
A SCALE DEVELOPMENT FOR FEMALE SPORT SPECTATOR MOTIVATION: ANALYSIS OF RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY175.5 KiB527
A SENTIMENT ANALYSIS OF THE 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP: A CASE STUDY OF KEY INTERNATIONAL SOURCE MARKETS173.5 KiB646
A STUDY ON PERCEIVED CONSTRAINTS TO ATTEND SPECTATOR SPORT EVENTS IN TAIWAN157.9 KiB484
A STUDY ON SERVICE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES OF MEGA EVENT FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS IN SPORT CENTERS232.3 KiB549
A STUDY ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS AND JOURNALISTS228.0 KiB264
A VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY STUDY OF THE "ASSESSMENT OF FAMILY VIEWS IN LEISURE ACTIVITIES INVENTORY"70.0 KiB244
ACCESSIBILITY AND DISABILITY CSR POLICIES IN FOOTBALL: THE CASE OF MANCHESTER UNITED FC175.1 KiB736
ADVERSE IMAGE TRANSFER IN SPORT SPONSORSHIP156.4 KiB639
ALIGNMENT OF SPORT GOVERNANCE GLOBALLY TO FIGHT AGAINST CHEATING159.5 KiB221
ALTERNATIVE MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES103.0 KiB532
AMBUSH MARKETING: VALUE CO-CREATION OR CO-DESTRUCTION174.5 KiB482
AN ANALYSIS OF TEACHING APPROACHES USED BY MARTIAL ARTS TEACHERS, WITH JUDO IN PARTICULAR176.2 KiB477
AN ANALYSIS OF THE CHANGING POLICY LANDSCAPE OF ELITE TALENT IDENTIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM169.2 KiB409
AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF WAIVERS, SOURCES OF INJURIES AND LIABILITY CLAIMS IN THE HEALTH AND FITNESS FACILITIES172.6 KiB235
AN EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF SOURCE IN THE CONSUMER DECISION MAKING PROCESS175.0 KiB267
AN EXPLORATION OF CONSUMERS’ PERCEIVED VALUE OF SPORT RETAIL PURCHASES229.5 KiB692
AN EXPLORATION OF MOTIVES AND CONSTRAINTS IN SPORT TEAM FACEBOOK142.9 KiB364
AN EXPLORATION OF THE SPORT-RELATED DRINKING MOTIVES OF AUSTRALASIAN PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES USING THE ATHLETE DRINKING SCALE175.5 KiB563
AN EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION OF THE PREDICTORS OF COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS AMONG MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL EMPLOYEES176.5 KiB532
AN INVESTIGATION OF E-CRM APPLICATION IN THE SPORT SECTOR: EVIDENCE FROM THE BASKETBALL CLUBS175.9 KiB640
AN INVESTIGATION OF HUMAN RESOURCE EMPOWERMENT IN FITNESS CLUBS180.1 KiB464
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF GREEK SPORT FANS. SOME MARKTING IMPLICATIONS152.8 KiB438
AN INVESTIGATION ON SPORTIVE AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY OF GALATASARAY FOOTBALL CLUB149.7 KiB469
ANALYSING THE PATTERN OF ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE IN LOCAL SPORT CLUBS173.4 KiB416
ANALYSIS OF ETHICAL CODES IN SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS168.4 KiB518
ANALYSIS OF TV ADVERTISING DURING THE 2012 LONDON OLYMPIC GAMES IN TAIWAN172.7 KiB366
ANALYZING THE SUCCESS FACTOR FOR DIFFERENT COUNTRIES IN MEN4.7 KiB226
ANTITRUST ISSUES AND SWEDISH ICE HOCKEY355.6 KiB237
ARE SPORT ACTIVITIES GETTING TOO EXPENSIVE FOR ORDINARY CHILDREN?173.3 KiB509
ASSESSING PERCEIVED BENEFIT AND VALUE OF A SPORTING EVENT175.4 KiB510
ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF SPORT FACILITY DESIGN ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION98.4 KiB647
BACK TO BASICS – STRAGIES FOR TRAINING AND STATUS226.3 KiB323
BARNEY’S VRIO FRAMEWORK AND PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS ORGANISATIONS211.2 KiB2280
BARRIERS TO BEING PHYSICALLY ACTIVE FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A CROSS NATIONAL COMPARISON175.1 KiB812
BEFORE/AFTER ESTABLISHMENT OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITY IN TURKEY:156.5 KiB415
BENCHMARKING SPORTS SPONSORSHIP EFFICIENCY28.7 KiB727
BEYOND COMPETITIVE SPORTS CLUBS? MAPPING ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY CATEGORIES IN SWEDISH SPORTS224.1 KiB367
BOURDIEU’S PRCTICE THEORY AND A MULTI-LAYERED EXAMINATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE232.3 KiB318
BRAND AUTHENTICITY IN ACTION SPORTS177.3 KiB454
BRAND PERSONALITY OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS TEAMS173.9 KiB985
BUILDING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY BENCHMARK FOR PROFESSIONAL SPORTS ORGANISATIONS175.6 KiB294
CAN ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL CLUBS DELIVER OUR SCHOOL SPORT87.8 KiB325
CO CREATION IN SPORT – AN OPEN INNOVATION APPROACH FOR CO CREATING VALUE228.5 KiB582
CO-DESTRUCTION OF VALUE BY CUSTOMERS: THE EXAMPLE OF SILENT PROTESTS236.4 KiB810
COMMUNITY BUILDING, SPORT, AND INVESTING IN YOUTH TO BUILD TASMANIA’S FUTURE176.8 KiB292
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION, PROGRAM GOALS AND DEVELOPMENT FOR FIVE INTERNATIONAL ICE HOCKEY NGB’S229.2 KiB414
COMPARING STUDENTS’ PERCEIVED AND ACTUAL CRITICAL REFLECTIVE WORK158.9 KiB243
COMPARING SUPPORT OF KEY STAKEHOLDERS FOR THE 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES IN RIO DE JANEIRO175.7 KiB1363
CONCEPTUALISING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY235.1 KiB426
CONCEPTUALIZING SPORT CONSUMERS IN SPORT PARTICIPATION171.3 KiB470
CONTRIBUTION OF RUNNING ACTIVITIES TO QUALITY OF LIFE223.1 KiB340
COOPERATION BETWEEN SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS AND UNIVERSITIES75.9 KiB283
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND FRENCH PROFESSIONAL TEAM SPORT CLUBS: FROM COSMETIC AND LEGITIMACY APPROACHES TOWARDS NEW STRATEGIC REQUIREMENTS173.8 KiB417
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PROFESSIONAL TEAM SPORT ORGANISATIONS175.2 KiB597
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SPORT: THE CASE OF ITALIAN SOCCER174.0 KiB1010
COVERAGE OF THE GAY GAMES FROM 1980-2012 IN U.S. NEWSPAPERS: AN ANALYSIS OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLE FRAMING226.4 KiB924
CREATING AN ADMINISTRATIVE PLAN FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BASED ON SPORTS ACTIVITIES239.6 KiB222
CRITICAL INCIDENTS, EMOTIONS AND MOMENTS: THE LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC SPECTATOR EXPERIENCE.172.9 KiB466
CURRENT TRENDS IN FINANCING SPORT AT MUNICIPAL LEVEL IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC173.9 KiB412
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN WRC NESTE OIL RALLY FINLAND– IMPLICATIONS FOR STRATEGIC MARKETING229.3 KiB335
DETERMINANTS OF SPORT PARTICIPANT CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR170.6 KiB452
DETERMINANTS OF VALUE OF SPORT LICENSED PRODUCTS AND EFFECT ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOR175.5 KiB423
DEVELOPING TOOLS FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF SPORT EVENTS159.8 KiB526
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTER-ORGANISATIONAL NETWORK AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SPORT DEVELOPMENT LEGACIES176.5 KiB351
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETITIVE BALANCE AT OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES173.4 KiB440
DOES CUSTOMER DELIGHT ARISE WHEN THE HOME TEAM LOSES? AN APPLICATION OF THE CUSTOMER DELIGHT AND SATISFACTION MODEL177.0 KiB483
DOES MORE MONEY IN EQUAL MORE MEDALS OUT? AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON IN 15 COUNTRIES, RESULTS OF THE SPLISS 2.0 STUDY99.1 KiB745
DOES SPURIOUS LOYALTY EXIST AMONGST PROFESSIONAL SPORT TEAM FANS?173.1 KiB563
DRIVERS BEHIND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL SECTOR148.9 KiB353
ECONOMIC IMPACT AND TRICKLE DOWN EFFECT OF THE 2012 UCI ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS174.6 KiB536
EFFECTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SPORT EVENT ON YOUTH SPORT PARTICIPATION – AN ASSESSMENT OF THE WOMEN’S TENNIS ASSOCIATION (WTA) CHAMPIONSHIPS 2011-2012284.4 KiB466
EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENT TYPE ON PRICE, EXPERIENCE AND SATISFACTION WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENT TYPE ON THE PRICES OF TENNIS AND SWIMMING FACILITIES IN THE NETHERLANDS AND THE EXPERIENCE AND SATISFACTION OF THE USERS OF THESE FACILITIES?176.0 KiB363
ELITE SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IN RURAL AND URBAN FINLAND169.0 KiB356
EMBARKING ON AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF A PROFESSIONAL SPORTS CLUB176.1 KiB330
EMBRACING THE GAMES? STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR OLYMPIC LEGACY AT THE SUB-REGIONAL LEVEL173.8 KiB360
EMPOWERMENT MODEL CONSTRUCTION OF TAIWAN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL MARKETING STRATEGY, PUBLIC RELATIONS MEDIA AND CONSUMER RELATIONSHIP171.1 KiB347
ENCLOSURE, ECONOMIC BENEFIT AND THE REGULATION OF AMBUSH MARKETING IN THE 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS173.5 KiB386
ENHANCING CONSUMER BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS THROUGH INNOVATIVE SPORT EXPERIENCES178.2 KiB430
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL POLICY OF THE NOC IN DENMARK149.6 KiB197
EVALUATING “SPORT FOR GOOD” PROJECTS – AN INTERDISCIPLINARY LITERAUTRE REVIEW AND FUTURE RESEARCH AREAS155.2 KiB431
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF PERCEIVED LEISURE CONSTRAINTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORT INVOLVEMENT176.3 KiB403
EXPLORATORY STUDY OF FRENCH SPECTATORS BEHAVIOR: HORSE LOVE AND ATTACHMENT ON EQUESTRIAN EVENTS177.2 KiB342
FANS INTEREST IN WOMEN’S FOOTBALL IN EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES – THE CASE OF POLAND237.1 KiB344
FOOTBALL CLUBS - WHO DECIDES THEIR POLICY?234.8 KiB398
FRAMING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PROFESSIONAL SPORT174.9 KiB832
FRAMING THE LIABILITY OF FOREIGNNESS222.7 KiB661
GAME DAY PROMOTION AND ATTENDANCE IN MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL101.3 KiB534
GAME UNCERTAINTY AND ITS IMPACT ON STADIUM ATTENDANCE AND TV VIEWING IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL178.6 KiB335
GOING FURTHER? GOAL AND RESOURCE APPROACHES TO ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS IN ASIAN FOOTBALL172.3 KiB389
GOVERNANCE AND ORGANISATION OF ELITE WOMEN EUROPEAN FOOTBALL TEAMS: TOWARDS A NEW FUTURE WITH TOP “MIXED CLUBS”279.5 KiB377
GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT IN HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT: AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDY168.9 KiB344
HEALTH BENEFITS FROM LEVERAGING SPECTATOR AND PARTICIPATORY SPORT EVENTS154.2 KiB254
HOW CAN A COMMUNITY SPORT EVENT IMPROVE ATTENDEE SATISFACTION WHEN PARTICIPANTS ARE ALREADY SATISFIED95.9 KiB427
HOW CAN MAJOR FOOTBALL TOURNAMENTS INFLUENCE THE VALUE OF FOOTBALL PLAYERS171.6 KiB303
HOW DO GREEK SPORT ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNICATE THEIR CSR EFFORTS? MARKTEING AND MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS174.5 KiB447
HOW DO SPONSORS RESPOND TO THE THREAT OF CORRUPTION IN SPORT170.0 KiB881
HOW I BECAME AN ELITE FINNISH SPORT MANAGER NARRATIVE STUDY ON HOW FINNISH SPORT MANAGERS LEGITIMIZE THEMSELVES, THEIR ROLE AND POSITIONS175.7 KiB361
HOW LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN JAPAN FACILITATE COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUBS187.4 KiB310
HOW MUCH IS WORTH MY CURRENT PLAYER’S BASE? CUSTOMER EQUITY MANAGEMENT IN A PROFESSIONAL PLAYER’S AGENCY231.2 KiB372
HOW THE NORWEGIAN NATIONAL ELITE SPORT ORGANIZATION, OLYMPIATOPPEN, STIMULATE ORGANIZATIONAL MINDFULNESS WITHIN ELITE CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING175.4 KiB498
HOW THE ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT INFULENCES THE GOVERNANCE OF COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUBS IN JAPAN166.9 KiB271
HOW TO USE SPORTS TOURISTS’ INFRASTRUCTURES TO DEVELOP DESTINATION BRANDS237.8 KiB552
HYBRID PROFESSIONS IN THE SPORT SECTOR177.4 KiB339
IDENTIFYING DIMENSIONS OF LEGITIMATION FOR COMMUNITY SPORT ORGANIZATIONS176.7 KiB364
IMPORTANT LEISURE-SPORT MARKETS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS234.9 KiB515
INFLUENCE OF ESTRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF ARTIFICIAL TURF SURFACE ON TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE IN AMATEUR SOCCER175.0 KiB394
INFLUENCE OF MESSAGE SOURCE IN CSR-LINKED SPONSORSHIP239.5 KiB426
INFLUENCE OF MUNICIPAL SOLVENCY AND THE POLITICAL FACTOR ON THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF DESCENTRALIZED ENTITIES OF MUNICIPAL SPORTS SERVICES180.3 KiB547
INFLUENCE OF THE PERCEPTION OF SPORTSCAPE FACTORS ON SOCCER ATTENDANCE IN BELGIUM CASE STUDY OF THE JAN BREYDEL SOCCER STADIUM173.9 KiB729
INFORMATION SEARCH AND EXPENDITURE OF SPORT EVENT PARTICIPANTS174.0 KiB313
INSTITUTIONAL MAINTENANCE AND COACH DISMISSALS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL173.7 KiB373
INTERNATIONAL SOCCER FANS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE 2013 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS (AFCON) IN PORT ELIZABETH-SOUTH AFRICA233.4 KiB541
INTERORGANIZATIONAL COOPERATION IN SPORT TOURISM174.8 KiB557
INVESTIGATION OF VALIDITY OF THE SPORT SPECTATORS ATTENDANCE INVENTORY25.3 KiB316
IS IT AN ADS OR AMBUSH MARKETING? TAKE THE NIKE FIND YOUR GREATNESS (LONDON 2012) AS AN EXAMPLE171.1 KiB747
ISLAM AND THE PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS AND PHYSICAL RECREATION OF LADIES AND WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES IN UAE96.7 KiB268
LANCE ARMSTRONG v. TRAVIS TYGART AND UNITED STATES ANTI-DOPING AGENCY AND ITS IMPACT OF DOPING163.5 KiB345
LANDSSTÆVNE 2013 - A SPORT FESTIVAL RECLAIMING POSITIVE LEGACY235.2 KiB237
LARGE SCALE DISASTER AND COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUB A CASE STUDY FROM THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE172.1 KiB352
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESSION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL SPORT ORGANISATIONS72.9 KiB268
LEGACY PLANNING ASSOCIATED WITH THE HOSTING OF A SMALL SPORT EVENT174.9 KiB1023
LEGITIMATION PROCESSES SURROUNDING SPONSORSHIP DECISIONS: FINDINGS FROM THE GERMAN SPORTS BUSINESS INDUSTRY176.3 KiB598
LEVERAGING ELITE SPORT EVENTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF LOCAL SPORT CLUBS175.3 KiB419
LEVERAGING PARASPORT EVENTS FOR COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION146.1 KiB245
LEVERAGING POST-EVENT STADIUM ATTENDANCE BY NON-MEGA SPORT EVENTS: FINDINGS ON THE CASE OF THE FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2011248.1 KiB298
LIMITED OR LASTING LEGACY THE EFFECT OF NON-MEGA SPORT EVENT ATTENDANCE ON PARTICIPATION69.5 KiB492
LOOKING AT SATELLITE FANS’ REASONS TO CHOOSE A CLUB TO SUPPORT: A STUDY OF THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE IN CHINA234.3 KiB590
LOVE FOR THE CLUB, LOVE FOR THE STADIUM?284.0 KiB337
MANAGEMENT AND CONFLICTS IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL227.3 KiB329
MANAGING BRITISH OLYMPIC SPORTS224.7 KiB487
MANAGING FOOTBALL ORGANIZATIONS: A MAN’S WORLD?272.2 KiB416
MANAGING MARTIAL ARTS TOWARDS A NEW HUMANISM174.6 KiB349
MANAGING SPORT DEVELOPMENT: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY168.9 KiB385
MANAGING TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE IN SPORT177.1 KiB531
MARKET SEGMENTATION AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN IMPORTANCE176.7 KiB437
MATCH-FIXING: THE CASE OF MALTA169.8 KiB625
MEASURING THE GOVERNANCE OF INTERNATIONAL SPORT ORGANISATIONS: DEMOCRACY, TRANSPARENCY AND RESPONSIBILITY AS KEY ATTRIBUTES231.0 KiB467
MERCHANDISING: BOOST FOR FAN IDENTIFICATION AND FAN LOYALTY?232.7 KiB539
MODELING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE ELITE SPORT IN CASE OF HUNGARY171.3 KiB474
MORE VOLUNTEERS IN FOOTBALL CLUBS - A METHOD TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS176.1 KiB449
ON REASONS AND MOTIVATIONS OF WRESTLING CHAMPIONS' ENGAGEMENT IN POLITICS IN IRAN7.0 KiB413
ONLINE ANTI-BRAND COMMUNITIES IN PROFESSIONAL SPORTS AND THEIR ROLE FOR SPONSORS234.7 KiB594
PARTICIPANTS’ CHOICE OF OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES BASED ON DEMOGRAPHIC DATA229.5 KiB388
PERCEIVED BENEFITS AND BARRIERS TO SPORTS ACTIVITIES AMONG JAPANESE YOUNG ADULTS AGED 20-39189.5 KiB612
PERCEIVED FOOTBALL IMAGE PROFILE- UEFA EURO 2012208.6 KiB381
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN SPORT ORGANISATIONS – AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF NON-MONETARY INCENTIVES FOR MOTIVATION IN PROFESSIONAL TEAM SPORTS233.4 KiB1085
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, HEALTH AND WELLNESS LEVELS AMONGST ADULTS IN NORTHERN IRELAND: FINDINGS FROM THE NORTHERN IRELAND SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SURVEY (SAPAS)170.0 KiB369
POLITICAL CLIENTELISM IN TURKISH SPORT FEDERATIONS173.8 KiB348
PRESS NARRATIVES ABOUT NATIONALISM IN THE 1919 AND 1922’ SOUTH AMERICAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIOSHIP: THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM AS A NATION’S SYMBOL.230.7 KiB369
PRODUCTIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION234.7 KiB438
PROFILING VISITORS OF NON-MEGA SPORT EVENTS FROM AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE176.4 KiB470
PROFILING VISITORS OF NON-MEGA SPORT EVENTS FROM AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE176.4 KiB382
PUT THE FAN ON THE TOP OF THE PYRAMID. A NETNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF AN ONLINE BASKETBALL FAN COMMUNITY242.0 KiB440
REFORMING PHYSICAL EDUCATION FROM THE BOTTOM UP238.9 KiB321
REGAINING FAN TRUST AFTER NEGATIVE INCIDENTS: IS THERE A FIT BETWEEN RESPONSE AND THE NATURE OF INCIDENTS224.5 KiB364
REPETITION EFFECT OF SPORT VIDEO GAMING ON SPORT BRAND ATTITUDE, ATTITUDE STRENGTH, AND THE ATTITUDE-BEHAVIOR RELATIONSHIP221.1 KiB437
RESCUE THE COMPETITOR? – ACCEPTANCE OF SPORTS CLUBS’ EXPENDITURES TO AVOID A SPORTS CLUB’S CLOSURE232.1 KiB347
SEASON TICKETS IN PROFESSIONAL SPORT – AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF RIGHTS AND DISCOUNTS IN GERMAN FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL231.4 KiB507
SEGMENTING THE PERCEPTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND SATISFACTION IN INTERCONTINENTAL CUP BASEBALL COMPETITION174.6 KiB349
SMALL VERSUS MEDIUM - SIZED MASS PARTICIPATION EVENTS: WHAT CAN THEY BRING?107.9 KiB364
SOCIAL CAPITAL, ENDURING INVOLVEMENT AND CHARITY MOTIVE AMONG RUNNERS: COMPARING EVENT AND NON-EVENT PARTICIPANTS178.4 KiB951
SOCIAL NETWORK IMPACT ON VALUE CO-CREATION175.6 KiB275
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY MANAGEMENT IN PROFESIONAL FOOTBALL CLUBS IN THE NETHERLANDS176.7 KiB410
SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PROGRAM EVALUATION: BENEFACTOR IMPACTS AND ADMINISTRATOR PERCEPTIONS186.0 KiB385
SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PUBLIC’S WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR ELITE SPORT POLICY: ANALYSIS FOCUSED ON PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE161.9 KiB423
SPORT CLUSTERS AS SELF-SUSTAINING SYSTEMS233.8 KiB472
SPORT DEVELOPMENT IMPACTS AND STRATEGIC OUTCOMES FROM THE FIFA WOMEN’S FOOTBALL WORLD CUP 2011 IN GERMANY – THE CASE OF THREE HOSTING CITIES IN NORTHRHINE WESTFALIA202.6 KiB365
SPORT EVENT PARTICIPATION AND HAPPINESS177.8 KiB619
SPORT EVENTS AS SYMBOLS OF HOPE AND LEVERS FOR POLITICAL CHANGE AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT171.1 KiB340
SPORT GOVERNANCE: THE STAKEHOLDER DILEMMA174.6 KiB611
SPORT INSPIRES ME PROMOTING SOCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH SPORT FOR CHILDREN AND THE YOUNG AT RISK LIVING IN SUBURBAN SLUMS75.6 KiB338
SPORT PARTICIPATION AND AGEING175.8 KiB538
SPORT SPONSORSHIP AS A STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DEVICE155.1 KiB537
SPORT SPONSORSHIP IN EGYPT: BEST PRACTICES98.1 KiB595
SPORT SPONSORSHIP MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN LESS MATURE SPONSORSHIP MARKETS234.3 KiB498
SPORTS GOVERNING BODIES LIMITING THE ECONOMIC FREEDOM OF ATHLETES232.9 KiB320
STANDING AND VIABILITY IN A PORT FULL OF PASSION REGULATION OF FULL CONTACT MARTIAL ARTS92.2 KiB181
STRATEGIC LEVERAGING OF A NAUTICAL SPORTS EVENTS PORTFOLIO: MULTI-DIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE175.8 KiB498
STRATEGY AND STRATEGIZING: THE CASE OF SAUDI SPORT PRIVATIZATION POLICY66.2 KiB291
STRIKE A CHORD: UNDERSTANDING AND IMPROVING THE EFFECTS OF SITUATIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND LEADERSHIP PREFERENCES OF SUBORDINATES IN THE SPORTS SECTOR173.4 KiB333
SUPERVISING INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SPORT MANAGEMENT96.1 KiB271
TACKLING CORRUPTION IN SPORT: PROFILE OF A CHEAT173.0 KiB591
TAKING AN INTEGRAL APPROACH TO CLASSROOM98.6 KiB329
TALENT IDENTIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF SPORT MANAGEMENT102.5 KiB1900
THE ARABIAN PENINSULA: THE NEW ELDORADO OF EUROPEAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL?167.9 KiB259
THE BIDDING PARADOX ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL REASONS WHY ECONOMISTS AND CONSULTANTS AND POLITICIANS DISAGREE ON THE EFFECTS OF MEGA SPORTS EVENT103.6 KiB430
THE CHARACTERISTICS AND MOTIVES OF SPECTATORS OF THE CHINA BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE BEIJING DUCKS171.9 KiB476
THE COMMUNITY WORK OF BELGIAN FOOTBALL CLUBS IN THE FIRST AND SECOND DIVISION176.7 KiB355
THE CONSEQUENCES OF FAN ORIENTATION ON TURKISH SOCCER CLUBS172.4 KiB232
THE CONTROVERSIES OVER THE SPORTIFICATION PROCESS OF MIXED MARTIAL ARTS IN FRANCE174.1 KiB445
THE DIRECTION OF SPORT PROMOTION POLICY IN JAPAN FOR THE COMING DECADE170.4 KiB220
THE ELITE SPORT REFORMS IN NEW ZEALAND: THE COMPARATIVE VIEW172.0 KiB464
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MODEL TO MEASURE FINANCIAL AND SPORTING PERFORMANCE IN PROFESSIONAL TEAM SPORTS173.4 KiB545
THE EVOLUTION AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF OLYMPIC AMBUSH MARKETING PRACTICES173.7 KiB453
THE GOVERNANCE OF OLYMPIC LEGACY: A THEORETICAL MODEL174.1 KiB503
THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON SPORT CONSUMERS EFFECTS OF MEDIA CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOR AND CAUSE INVOLVEMENT177.5 KiB568
THE IMPACT OF COUNTRY ATTRACTIVENESS ON INTERNATIONAL SPORT176.8 KiB464
THE IMPACT OF SPORT FOR ALL POLICIES ON ELITE SPORTING SUCCESS174.8 KiB640
THE IMPORTANCE OF MAJOR SPORTING EVENT LEGACIES FOR HOST CITIES RESIDENTS226.8 KiB403
THE INFLUENCE OF THE SPORT LEAGUE ON CONSUMERS OF TEAMS249.5 KiB461
THE INFLUENCE OF THE SPORT LEAGUE ON CONSUMERS OF TEAMS250.1 KiB397
THE INVESTIGATION OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES OF SPORT CLUBS IN TURKEY176.9 KiB414
THE INVESTIGATION OF THE JERSEY SPONSORS AND JERSEY MANUFACTURERS IN FOOTBALL244.8 KiB1243
THE LOCAL HEALTH IMPACT OF RECREATIONAL CYCLING PROVISIONTHE LOCAL HEALTH IMPACT OF RECREATIONAL CYCLING PROVISION: EVIDENCE FROM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS223.4 KiB663
THE MODERATING ROLE OF LENGTH OF INVOLVEMENT IN THE EFFECTS OF LEADER176.4 KiB396
THE MONOPOLY IN SPORTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION OF COMMERCIAL SPORTS IN USA, ENGLAND AND BRAZIL (1870-1920)172.1 KiB311
THE NETWORK PERSPECTIVE APPLIED TO THE SPORT SYSTEM172.7 KiB324
THE OPTIMAL STRUCTURE OF A FOOTBALL YOUTH ACADEMY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW171.1 KiB1115
The PROFESSIONALIZATION OF RUGBY CLUBS: HOW TO DRIVE CHANGE? ANALYSIS BY THE ACTOR-NETWORK THEORY169.2 KiB427
THE REGULATION OF ‘RISK’ MARTIAL ARTS. THE CASE OF FLANDERS216.5 KiB568
THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING, RECREATIONAL SPORTS CONSTRAINTS, AND NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES FOR PATIENTS WITH TYPE II DIABETES186.7 KiB388
THE ROLE OF FAN UNIONS ON THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES IN TURKEY176.3 KiB355
THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP IN THE SUCCESS OF ELITE SPORTS IN FINLAND172.8 KiB515
THE ROLE OF MASS PARTICIPATION SPORT EVENTS177.5 KiB470
THE ROLE OF MOTIVATION AND PLACE ATTACHMENT ON BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF WINDSURFING101.9 KiB344
THE ROLE OF SPORTS FACILITIES IN SPORTS PARTICIPATION IN DENMARK104.5 KiB421
THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF NON MEGA SPORTING EVENTS: A SENSEMAKING APPROACH OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES’ PERCEPTIONS AND STRATEGIES126.4 KiB319
THE STUDY OF FANS’ BRAND LOYALTY IN IRANIAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE223.5 KiB417
THE TEAM THAT NOBODY CARED FOR: OLYMPIC FOOTBALL TEAM IDENTITY AMONG BRITISH FOOTBALL FANS FROM ENGLAND, WALES, AND SCOTLAND173.5 KiB416
THE VALUE OF ITALIAN VET PROVIDERS NETWORK IN SPORT SECTOR95.6 KiB201
THE VALUE OF TEAM NAME CHANGES172.2 KiB390
THE VALUES AND EXCESSES OF MODERN SPORT- COMPARISON WITH ITS ORIGINS175.5 KiB294
THE ‘BIG SOCIETY’, VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIAL CAPITAL: THE CASE OF SPORT CLUBS IN THE UK282.9 KiB444
TICKET RESALE IN GERMAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL – A PROPERTY RIGHTS THEORY BASED ANALYSIS232.9 KiB535
TOURISTS’ RISK PERCEPTIONS OF LONDON AS A SAFE HOST CITY DURING THE 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES224.4 KiB683
TRADITIONAL DESTINATIONS’ POLICY ENVIRONMENT TOWARDS A SPORT TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF CRETE225.5 KiB371
TRANSFER OF TRAINING IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF PLAYER PARTICIPATION IN THE INAUGURAL WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC174.4 KiB439
TRIATHLON: A SPECTATOR SPORT?176.1 KiB539
UNITED NATIONS CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE: HOW DO NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION INITIATIVES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST MATCH-FIXING STACK-UP?8.5 KiB208
USING ZMET TO EXPLORE SPORT EVENT ATTENDANTS235.4 KiB565
VALUE CO-CREATION AND VALUE CO-DESTRUCTION234.8 KiB723
VALUE-BASED MEMBER MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFIT SPORTS CLUBS174.6 KiB610
VOLUNTARY SPORT CLUBS AS LOOSELY COUPLED SYSTEMS - IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT157.2 KiB512
WHO CARES? TESTING (NON-)FINANCIAL RETURNS ON FOOTBALL CLUBS’ COMMUNITY INVESTMENT235.2 KiB403
WHO FUNDS WHO IN SWISS ELITE SPORT?173.8 KiB411
WHO’S GOING FOR LIGHT? A PROFILE OF LIGHT SPORT COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS233.1 KiB367
WHY BEING TRANSPARENT? CAUSES AND IMPACTS OF TRANSPARENCY IN CZECH NATIONAL SPORT ORGANIZATIONS173.6 KiB409
WHY SOCCER FANS STAY HOME? A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY IN TURKEY172.0 KiB403
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN SPORT CONTEXTS IN FLANDERS96.8 KiB336
YOUTH SOCCER ACADEMY - A MODEL OF A MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPORT ORGANISATION151.9 KiB306
“FOOTBALL FOR LIFE”: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LONG-TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT MODEL IN ONE MINOR FOOTBALL CLUB225.8 KiB607
“YOU’RE OUT THERE FOR ONE ANOTHER”: TEAM FUNDRAISING AND MASS PARTICIPATION SPORT EVENTS141.5 KiB355