The Frequency of Nonresponse Analyses in the Journal of Sport Management

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  • 1 Temple University
  • 2 University of Florida
  • 3 Temple University
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The failure to adequately address nonresponse issues in survey research may lead to nonresponse bias in overall survey estimates, which can severely restrict researchers’ ability to make inferences to a target population. This study was designed to assess the frequency of nonresponse analyses in articles published in the Journal of Sport Management (JSM). All articles from the years 1987 through 2008 published in JSM (N = 371) were content analyzed based on a previously established coding scheme as well as additional indicators. The results revealed that only a small number of articles reported the use of nonresponse analyses as a means to control for nonresponse error.

Jordan, Kent, and Inoue are with the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Walker is with the Dept. of Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

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