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Trygve B. Broch

This article explores gendered sport communication in Norway. The data highlight Norwegian TV2’s live game commentaries of the 2009 women’s handball world championships, as well as live and studio commentary and journalistic reports concerning the Norwegian national women’s handball team from 2009 to 2013. The narrative-analytic approach is structural-hermeneutic and concerned with processes of meaning making. Instead of reading off gender/macrostructure in data, this project maps the semiotic culture structure of mediated women’s handball and shows how gendered meaning is creatively used to inform understandings of female handballers’ situated practices. The analysis first outlines the cultural binaries that constrain the media presentations of Norwegian women’s handball, then scrutinizes how gendered conceptions of sport and female athletes are used to understand this binary culture structure. Analytically revealed is a staging of Norwegian women’s handball that portrays successful and powerful female bodies’ contextual conduct. Norwegian women handballers are playing the aggressive and physically violent game in what is analyzed as a gender-appropriate manner.

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In the original publication of the article Hahn, D.A., VanDyke, M.S., & Cummins, R.G. (2018). It’s a numbers game: Change in the frequency, type, and presentation form of statistics used in NFL broadcasts. International Journal of Sport Communication, 11 (4), 482–502, https://doi.org/10.1123/ijsc

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”: Linguistic Representations of Yao Ming in NBA Game Commentary Katherine L. Lavelle * 3 2011 4 1 50 69 10.1123/ijsc.4.1.50 The Role of Divisional Affiliation in Athletic Department Web Site Coverage Coyte G. Cooper * David Pierce * 3 2011 4 1 70 81 10.1123/ijsc.4.1.70 Sport Communication and the Law

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Emily M. Newell

scholarship and professional-practice issues in sport communication. Focusing on both speech communication (e.g., interpersonal, organizational, and rhetorical applications of communication) and mass communication (e.g., media, journalism, new media, cultural studies), the chapters vary in subjects within the

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Editorial Sport Communication: What We Hope to Achieve Paul M. Pedersen PhD 3 2008 1 1 1 2 10.1123/ijsc.1.1.1 Scholarly Commentary Calling Out the Heavy Hitters: What the Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Professional Baseball Reveals About the Politics and Mass Communication of Sport Bryan E

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Industry Interview Interview with Michael R. Hall, Vice President of Digital Media, New England Sports Network (NESN) Taesoo Ahn * Christopher Mason * 9 2014 7 3 285 288 10.1123/IJSC.2014-0050 Original Research Sport Communication: A Multidimensional Assessment of the Field’s Development Gashaw

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Paul M. Pedersen

This issue commences the second decade of the International Journal of Sport Communication ( IJSC ). The first 10 years of IJSC have significantly enhanced the body of knowledge in sport-focused areas of study with the publication of dozens of scholarly contributions (e.g., research articles

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* Timothy Kellison * 1 06 2018 11 2 261 285 10.1123/ijsc.2017-0108 ijsc.2017-0108 BOOK REVIEWS Sport Communication: An International Approach Melissa James 1 06 2018 11 2 286 287 10.1123/ijsc.2018-0048 ijsc.2018-0048 The Eternal Present of Sport: Rethinking Sport and Religion R.L. Caughron 1 06 2018

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SCHOLARLY COMMENTARY What Gramsci Can Tell Sport Communication Scholars About How Civic Leaders Sell Sports to Their Communities: A Look at the Braves’ Move to Atlanta Bill Anderson * 9 2016 9 3 261 277 10.1123/ijsc.2016-0033 STUDENT RESEARCH Tag Me, Tweet Me if You Want to Reach Me: An

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* 12 2011 4 4 445 448 10.1123/ijsc.4.4.445 Research Sport Communication in a University Setting: Interview With Bi Xuemei, Jia Jing, and Xu Mingming, Beijing Sport University Paul M. Pedersen * 12 2011 4 4 449 453 10.1123/ijsc.4.4.449 Original Research Can Visual Complexity Impede Impact Appreciation