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Mark Lowes and Christopher Robillard

-the-field activities of these stars that might damage the carefully constructed perception of professional sport and its icons among the wider public. The relatively inflexible production and distribution structures of the sport-news industry are in the process of change, resulting in the empowerment of sport

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Jennifer E. McGarry

Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal ( Taylor, Smith, Welch, & Hardin, 2018 ). If we cannot be explicit about the experiences of those who participate in, manage, and teach sport in our scholarship, then how can we make those experiences better? Fink quoted some of her earlier work in her

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Erik L. Lachance and Milena M. Parent

overview of the conceptual framework and the research context. Sport Event Volunteerism Research Sport event volunteering is a freely chosen activity where time and energy are formally given to assist with the organizing and staging of one-off or regular sport events that can vary in scope, scale, and

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Fernando Borges

audiovisual services; at the same time they lowered the barriers to entering the media market for content producers. Although there are still elevated production and human-resources costs, through digital production, soccer clubs may vertically integrate the sport, media, and commercial activities in their

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Jeffrey W. Kassing and Pratik Nyaupane

festivals, war memorials, grave sites, and sporting activities ( Margry, 2008 ; Reader & Walter, 1993 ). The broadening of what constitutes pilgrimage still remains underpinned, though, by the fact that it is undertaken as “an act of faith” ( Digance, 2006 , p. 37). But the view of faith also has evolved

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Nicholas M. Watanabe, Grace Yan, Brian P. Soebbing and Ann Pegoraro

embedded in the organizational environment and behaviors of sport management are critically discussed. Meanwhile, it must be emphasized that the nature of sport business contains various economic activities. Practices such as determining wages, marketing campaigns, purchasing goods, and hiring employees

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Eddie T.C. Lam

relationship between sport event governance and social media. The authors illustrate six interrelated governance themes, show how a network’s public and nonprofit organizations’ activities/procedures can be influenced by other actors, and demonstrate that social media “overshadow” the dynamics between the

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Mark E. Moore

economic activity for the host community in terms of increased income, sales, and employment. EIA is viewed as a measurement tool that must be carefully interpreted and reported in order to have utility to stakeholders. EIAs are sometimes used to underscore the economic benefit generated by a sport

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Matt R. Huml and Marlene A. Dixon

The relationship between employee and job can be tenuous. For some, having a job is perceived as a “necessary evil” that allows the individual to acquire basic necessities and dispensable income to pursue desired activities. On the other end of the spectrum, employees can become completely engulfed

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Milena M. Parent, Michael L. Naraine and Russell Hoye

in original):  •  Statement that the operations of the corporation may be carried on throughout Canada: The NFP Act makes it clear that the corporation may carry on activities throughout Canada.  •  Statement that the corporation is to carry on its operations without pecuniary gain to its members