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James E. Johnson, Chrysostomos Giannoulakis and Beau F. Scott

observed throughout the United States. First, every state uses some form of enrollment classification system whereby student enrollment determines classification in athletic competition ( Johnson, Tracy, et al., 2015 ). Enrollment classification is the most widespread competitive balance measure used to

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Chad Seifried, Chris Barnhill and J. Michael Martinez

& Singer, 2013 , p. 28). To address this concern regarding classification, we examined course descriptions from the General Catalog offered by each individual university. Follow-up attempts for confirmation and/or clarification were made when the coauthors contacted a school’s PhD program director

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Ju Young Lee

segregation in sport that occurs among quarterbacks, pitchers, and catchers, for example. Specifically, the authors use the Herfindahl Index to explain disparities using demographic classifications. These findings, based on a comparative-advantage analysis, provide a better understanding regarding our

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Matthew Katz, Bob Heere and E. Nicole Melton

redundancy of information, access, or support ( Halgin & Borgatti, 2012 ). In the present study, we referred to composition based on the relational classification of alter as either a friend, family member, coworker, or stranger. Based on the redundancy of homogenous egocentric networks, we suggested that

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Gashaw Abeza, David Finch, Norm O’Reilly, Eric MacIntosh and John Nadeau

). First, two of the authors carried out the classification of the 44 articles in terms of (a) the state and nature of SRM studies (i.e., publication by year, research setting, research type, research methods), (b) the dominant dimensions investigated (i.e., research streams, stakeholder context, SRM

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Matt R. Huml, Marion E. Hambrick, Mary A. Hums and Calvin Nite

organizational relationship with the stakeholder was existential, defining stakeholders as primary or secondary ( Clarkson, 1995 ). The most prominently used categorization, and the one used for this study, is Mitchell et al.’s ( 1997 ) classification of power, legitimacy, and urgency attributes to stakeholders

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Eddie T.C. Lam

simply provides a short introduction of sport corruption and then spends most of its remaining pages in explicating the structure and content of the book. The definition and classification of corruption, however, can be found in Chapter 2, where the author suggests studying corruption from three

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Matthew Katz, Aaron C. Mansfield and B. David Tyler

most common classification strategy, and within sport management, this was the strategy employed by Inoue, Funk, et al. ( 2015 ). Emotional support may refer to the comfort that helps people in times of need ( Norris, Murphy, Kaniasty, Perilla, & Ortis, 2001 ) or, from a network perspective, the ties

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

groupings for each athlete: White , African American , Hispanic , or Asian . After going through the complete list of players, the team compared the classifications for each athlete and reached a consensus on the racial category for each player. Notably, only 15 of the athletes (2.3% of the 651 players

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Orland Hoeber, Ryan Snelgrove, Larena Hoeber and Laura Wood

, and (e) analysis were ones in which individuals attempted to make sense or explain a microevent. A preliminary coding based on automatic sentiment classification was used in the previous stage to help identify and isolate interesting features within the data. In this stage, this information may be