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Carrie W. LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer and Gregory Greenhalgh

students. It was limited to short-term sport-related study abroad courses (less than 2 weeks), so the results may not be generalizable to programs outside the sport management field or longer term opportunities. The respondents were not paired from pre- to posttest, which also leaves room for noise in

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

level of caution should be used in generalizing results across the entire discipline. In addition, future work could explore additional variables that may be conceived as demands or resources by sport management, such as workload or student interactions. As with any exploratory research project, this

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Gareth J. Jones, Kristy McCray and Robin Hardin

is unknown that which faculty forwarded the survey invitation to students. Therefore, the data collected, although important, may not be generalizable to all sport management programs. In addition, the current project touched on a number of uncomfortable topics, and it is possible that participants

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Molly Hayes Sauder and Michael Mudrick

endeavor has limitations, and this study is no different. The sample intentionally focused on students enrolled in a capstone sport management internship; as such, the results cannot generalize to every internship opportunity. Further, the study relied on self-reports from students, which was critical as

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

survey because they do not consider themselves to be sport management faculty. Perhaps such reasoning equates to the low (16.08%) response rate. Therefore, it is important not to generalize the findings of this study, as the outcomes might not be applicable to all sport management faculty and units. The

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Christopher R. Barnhill, W. Andrew Czekanski and Adam G. Pfleegor

perspective, limits the generalizability of our findings for international institutions or even institutions located in the western United States. This limitation was not anticipated as institutions across the globe were invited to participate electronically via Listserv, but zero chose to partake outside of

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David Pierce and James Johnson

principle applies when attempting to recruit an interdisciplinary group of students to execute an experiential, service, community-based, or immersive learning project with an industry partner. Limitations and Future Research This study focused on college athletics, which may not be generalizable to the

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Molly Hayes Sauder, Michael Mudrick and Jaime R. DeLuca

institutions even though they vary substantially in terms of size and scope. Given that these are only two institutions out of the hundreds in the United States that offer sport management programs, the results are not generalizable to all other programs. Future studies should consider more and different sport

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Colin D. McLaren and Kevin S. Spink

and SNA approach enabled the hypothesis to be tested in a specific real-world context where task demands are held constant (i.e., opponent and conditions stay the same; Eisenhardt, 1989 ; Kerr, 2017 ). Although establishing generalizability was not a purpose of this single-game study design, the

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Scott Tainsky, Steven Salaga and Carla Almeida Santos

The scholarship on the economics of individual sports is scant relative to that of team sports. This study advances sport management scholarship, particularly sport economics, by using consumer-theory modeling to estimate Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) pay-per-view purchases. Our generalized linear models show fan preferences for certain weight classes, star fighters, outcome uncertainty and comain event quality factors as well as scheduling preferences for holiday weekends. The popular notion that The Ultimate Fighter reality series served as the impetus for the UFC’s growth is supported in part. The study concludes by showing how the modeling results impact firm revenue generation via fight card characteristics.