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Knowledge Translation Practices, Enablers, and Constraints: Bridging the Research–Practice Divide in Sport Management

Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes, and Marc Theeboom

joint learning and the shared exploration of resources ( Canhoto et al., 2016 ). Specific linkage and exchange activities that can positively influence knowledge translation include informal personal contacts, participation in committees, boundary spanning, scholar practitioners, and exchange of

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Sport for Social Change: Bridging the Theory–Practice Divide

Jon Welty Peachey, Nico Schulenkorf, and Ramon Spaaij

, social, and cultural benefits ( Long & Sandle, 2019 ). How might such dialogue be promoted and supported in practice? As Schaillee et al. ( 2019 ) demonstrate in their contribution, there is a need for greater boundary spanning and crossing to further integrate theory and practice. In other words, the

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“Like Ships in the Night” and the Paradox of Distinctiveness for Sport Management: A Citation Network Analysis of Institutional Theory in Sport

Mathew Dowling, Jonathan Robertson, Marvin Washington, Becca Leopkey, Dana Lee Ellis, Andie Riches, and Lee Smith

scholars were particularly adept in “boundary spanning” and working across both general management and sport management fields. These formative studies would lay the foundation for the application of institutional theory in sport management throughout the 1990s, with several academics (often doctoral

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Great Expectations: A Critical Review of Interorganizational Relationships in Amateur Sport

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

amateur sport organizations. In fact, dense, locally redundant relations are not considered a particularly efficient network structure for organizations since they often provide access to similar information, knowledge, and resources ( Granovetter, 1985 ). More expansive boundary-spanning connections are

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Corporate Social Responsibility in Professional Team Sports Organizations: An Integrative Review

Stefan Walzel, Jonathan Robertson, and Christos Anagnostopoulos

meeting the specified search criteria. Boundary-spanning issues inevitably arise when attempting an integrative review of a concept such as CSR that has been described as “vague and ambiguous, both in theory and in practice” ( Coelho, McClure, & Spry, 2003 , p. 15). Consequently, it is important to