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Katie E. Misener, Kathy Babiak, Gareth Jones, and Iain Lindsey

: Lawrence et al., 2009 ; institutional entrepreneurship: Hardy & Maguire, 2008 ), the full breadth of this literature continues to inform research on IORs ( Barringer & Harrison, 2000 ). Much of the IOR literature drawing on institutional theory in amateur sport has focused on institutional change

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Thilo Kunkel, Rui Biscaia, Akiko Arai, and Kwame Agyemang

entrepreneurship beyond the influencer status. In addition, the examination of spillover effects between athlete sponsors and team sponsors may also prove to be beneficial to extending the previous research on sport brand architecture (e.g.,  Kunkel et al., 2017 ). Conclusion In summary, the current study

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Mitchell McSweeney

-0134 10.1123/ssj.2016-0134 McSweeney , M.J. ( 2018 ). Returning the ‘social’ to social entrepreneurship: Future possibilities of critically exploring sport for development and peace and social entrepreneurship . International Review for the Sociology of Sport . 1 – 19 . Advance online publication

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Anna Gerke and Yan Dalla Pria

’s cluster concept to be highly useful for analyzing the localized surfing industry in Torquay. The Australian surfing case evidenced most of Porter’s ( 1998 ) cluster characteristics such as significant and discerning local market demand, increased productivity, entrepreneurship, and competitive pressure

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Per G. Svensson and Richard Loat

” through sport, gender and development programs in Uganda . Sociological Research Online, 18 ( 2 ), 1 – 12 . doi:10.5153/sro.2959 10.5153/sro.2959 Hayhurst , L.M. ( 2014 ). The “girl effect” and martial arts: Social entrepreneurship and sport, gender and development in Uganda . Gender, Place

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Holly Thorpe, Lyndsay Hayhurst, and Megan Chawansky

gendered ways” in which “more recent visual productions are racialised”, exploring, in particular, “parallels and continuities between colonial representations of women workers and today’s images of micro-entrepreneurship within the framework of neoliberal globalisation” (p. 315). Others have located such

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Gareth J. Jones, Katie Misener, Per G. Svensson, Elizabeth Taylor, and Moonsup Hyun

needs and agree on their intention to foster social transformation through cocreated services. The value created through this process becomes integral to social transformation and reflects a form of social entrepreneurship that targets large-scale societal change. For example, innovations stemming from

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Chad Seifried, Chris Barnhill, and J. Michael Martinez

.1080/00336297.2010.10483657 Dunlap-Hinkler , D. , Kotabe , M. , & Mudambi , R. ( 2010 ). A story of breakthrough vs. incremental innovation: Corporate entrepreneurship in the global pharmaceutical industry . Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 4 , 106 – 127 . doi:10.1002/sej.86 10.1002/sej.86 Gardner , S.K. ( 2009

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Phillip Chipman and Kevin B. Wamsley

sold for $54 million in 2005. Gagnon’s fortune stemmed from the sale of nutritional and dietary supplements such as Sulfate of Glucosamine, Nutri Diet, and Nutri Bar. Gagnon’s successful entrepreneurship was not related directly to the sale of nutritional products; rather, it originated from his

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Wesley J. Wilson, Justin A. Haegele, Steven K. Holland, and K. Andrew R. Richards

.1080/02701367.1994.10607628 Schön , D.A. ( 1987 ). Educating the reflective practitioner . San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass . Shane , S. , & Venkataraman , S. ( 2000 ). The promise of entrepreneurship as a field of research . Academy of Management Review, 25, 217 – 226 . Strauss , A. , & Corbin , J. ( 2015