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Molly Hayes Sauder and Michael Mudrick

supervisor, and intern self-evaluations of the level of their own personal performance and achievement of goals. This current study’s researchers did not collect data on the specific academic work required of each intern, but if assignments like those recommended by Young and Baker ( 2004 ) were part of the

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

their abilities may spur students to academic success ( Howe & Strauss, 2000 ). After a cursory examination of the literature, no research has explored sport management students’ perceptions of their own abilities. Therefore, RQ3 explored students’ self-evaluations of their own skills and abilities

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Heather Barber and Jean Eckrich

This investigation examined the procedures employed by NCAA Division I, II, and ΙΠ athletic directors (ADs) in evaluating their cross country and basketball coaches. Three components were examined: individual input, methods, and criteria for evaluation. Questionnaires were mailed to 660 ADs, and final analyses were conducted on 389 responses. ADs most commonly sought input from athletes, coaches' self-evaluations, senior associate ADs, and university administrators in the evaluation process. Meetings with coaches and watching contests were rated as important methods of evaluation. Factor analyses of evaluation criteria revealed 8 evaluation factors for basketball coaches and 7 for cross country coaches with different underlying structures. For basketball coaches, unique solutions were created for technical-skill development and coach-player relationships. For cross country coaches, these items loaded together creating a general player development factor. MANOVAs examining divisional differences in the evaluation process indicated that significant differences existed between sports and across divisions.

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Eddie T.C. Lam

(e.g., high cost), the authors conclude that a self-evaluation tool is by far the most important step to better governance of international and national sport-governing bodies (SGBs). In Chapter 5, the authors introduce the 20-item SATSport (Self-Assessment Tool for Sport Governance) to help leaders

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

perceived the strength of each alter’s level of fandom (5-point Likert scale ranging from very weak to very strong ); this measure was based on the ego’s perceptions of alter, not necessarily how the alter would self-evaluate his or her own fandom. Third, the participants indicated how often they

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Akira Asada and Yong Jae Ko

.1007/s10551-011-0948-0 Lock , D.J. , & Funk , D.C. ( 2016 ). The multiple in-group identity framework . Sport Management Review, 19 , 85 – 96 . doi:10.1016/j.smr.2015.10.001 10.1016/j.smr.2015.10.001 Luhtanen , R. , & Crocker , J. ( 1992 ). A collective self-esteem scale: Self-evaluation of

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Pamela Wicker and Paul Downward

Literature Review Outcomes and Expected Benefits of Volunteering Existing research within and beyond sport has studied outcomes and expected benefits of participation in voluntary activities. Beyond sport, previous research has identified a number of expected benefits of volunteering, such as self-evaluation

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Brent D. Oja, Henry T. Wear and Aaron W. Clopton

the Beijing Olympics . Economic Modelling , 30 , 235 – 244 . doi:10.1016/j.econmod.2012.09.013 10.1016/j.econmod.2012.09.013 Luhtanen , R. , & Crocker , J. ( 1992 ). A collective self-esteem scale: Self-evaluation of one’s social identity . Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 18 ( 3

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Yonghwan Chang, Yong Jae Ko and Brad D. Carlson

self-evaluations ( So et al., 2015 ; Tracy & Robins, 2007 ). A variety of characteristics that human brands possess can evoke the feeling of pride. Madrigal ( 2008 ) found that a winning record creates a feeling of pride among participants. According to Decrop and Derbaix ( 2010 ), consumers feel

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Rachel Arnold, David Fletcher and Jennifer A. Hobson

.1191/1478088705qp045oa 10.1191/1478088705qp045oa Resick , C.J. , Whitman , D.S. , Weingarden , S.M. , & Hiller , N.J. ( 2009 ). The bright-side and the dark-side of CEO personality: Examining core self-evaluations, narcissism, transformational leadership, and strategic influence . Journal of Applied