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Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6 (2017) Sport Management Issue
Understanding the interdisciplinary discipline: An introduction to sport management
Calvin Nite and Natalie Bernard
Does Time Heal all Wounds? A Case Study on Rival Perceptions Before and After Conference Realignment
Cody T. Havard, Daniel L. Wann, Timothy D. Ryan, and Norman O'Neal
Are You Welcomed? A Racial and Ethnic Comparison of Perceived Welcomeness in Sport Participation
Trevor Bopp, Robert Turick, Joshua D. Vadeboncoeur, and Thomas J. Aicher
“I will change the world”: The Intersection of Social Change and Male College Athletes’ Leadership Perspectives
Rhema D. Fuller, C. Keith Harrison, S. Malia Lawrence, Jeff Eyanson, and Danielle McCardle
Cultural Values and Gender Equity on National Olympic Committee Boards
Na Young Ahn and George B. Cunningham
Coaches’ Perception of Organizational Socialization Process of International Student-Athletes and the Effect of Cultural Distance: An Exploratory Study.
Evelyn S. Jara-Pazmino, Bob Heere, Tom H. Regan, Christine E. Blake, and Richard Southall
From Crisis to De-escalation: An Examination of Politics in a U.S. High School Steroid Testing Program
Brennan K. Berg, Kathryn Winsley, Rhema D. Fuller, and Michael Hutchinson
Corporate Social Responsibility: Considerations for Sport Management in the Age of Neoliberalism
Anthony J. Weems, Justin R. Garner, Kristi Oshiro, and John N. Singer
The Relationship Between Athletic Identity and Academic Major Chosen by Student-Athletes
Sayvon JL Foster and Matt R. Huml
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