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Sarah Stokowski, Bo Li, Benjamin D. Goss, Shelby Hutchens, and Megan Turk

higher levels of perceived job security, as did Bender and Heywood ( 2006 ). However, in an examination of sport management faculty, Hall ( 2003 ) found no significant differences in job satisfaction levels along the variable of rank (i.e., tenure track, tenured, lecturer). Thus, rank may or may not

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Robyn Lubisco, Genevieve F.E. Birren, and Ryan Vooris

management programs offered a doctoral degree ( North American Society for Sport Management, 2019 ). Another study on sport management faculty openings revealed 128 announcements during the 2000–2001 academic year ( Pedersen & Schneider, 2003 ). Of the 128 positions available, 85 were tenure track. Seventy

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James E. Johnson, Robert M. Turick, Michael F. Dalgety, Khirey B. Walker, Eric L. Klosterman, and Anya T. Eicher

their first 3 years on a tenure-track appointment, and two faculty were not on a tenure-track appointment (teaching-only appointment). Throughout the time investigated, there were three adjunct faculty used to cover sport management courses in the department. The adjunct faculty did not utilize the

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Heather J. Lawrence, James Strode, Robert E. Baker, and Paul C. Benedict

—Guidelines for new, established, and senior faculty. New Faculty New faculty, those in the first 4 years in academia, should be a protected class of faculty. Faculty on a tenure track are expected to establish their research lines and conduct research to the institutional standards, while clinical faculty

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Jay Martyn, Kyle J. Brannigan, Brent D. Oja, and Claire C. Zvosec

assumptions that guided the study must be clarified to understand the epistemological viewpoint of the research team ( Creswell & Poth, 2018 ). All members of the research team are active participants in the academy. Members of the research team included doctoral students and tenure-track faculty at doctoral

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Molly Hayes Sauder, and Cheryl R. Rode

intensive; Hall, 2003 ). Related to this, a lack of sufficient time for research has been linked with less job satisfaction for faculty ( Bentley et al., 2012 ). Although some studies on academics found no differences based on faculty rank (i.e., tenured, tenure track; Hall, 2003 ), other work suggests

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Chad Seifried, Chris Barnhill, and J. Michael Martinez

-granting faculty in sport management? and (d) What does knowledge creation look like at different career stages (i.e., student, nontenure track, tenure-track, tenured) and within different institution types? To answer these questions, we conducted an exploratory investigation to analyze the connection of PhD

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Joshua D. Vadeboncoeur, Trevor Bopp, and John N. Singer

racial and ethnic minorities have been “off the tenure track” ( Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America, 2016 ). For instance, as of 2013, underrepresented minorities held just 10.2% of tenured positions. However, most concerning is that these groups comprised 14.2% of part-time faculty

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Amy Baker, Mary A. Hums, Yoseph Mamo, and Damon P.S. Andrew

through the ranks. In the United States and Canada, faculty members begin their nontenure-track (e.g., lecturer, instructor, and clinical professor) or tenure-track academic careers as assistant professors. The academic career ladder then proceeds up through the associate, and ultimately, full professor