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Lost in Knowledge Translation: Media Framing of Physical Activity and Sport Participation

Mark Dottori, Guy Faulkner, Ryan Rhodes, Norm O’Reilly, Leigh Vanderloo, and Gashaw Abeza

policy making has also been highlighted in a similar Australian report, the 2018 Active Health Kids Australia (AHKA) Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Young People ( AHKA, 2018 ). It is therefore critical to understand how the media framed information from the Report Card to the public

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#Trending in the Right Direction: A Case Study Analyzing Temple Football’s #SpringBall18 Campaign

Jimmy Sanderson, Sarah Stokowski, and Elizabeth Taylor

student-athletes’ tweets, and examination of media framing around the campaign. This data triangulation was used to understand perceptions of Temple’s campaign and ascertain its results, which were then used to inform implications and recommendations for integrating student-athletes into intercollegiate

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“A Breath of Fresh Air”: Media Framing of a Unique National Football League Draft Pick

Adam Love, Alexander Deeb, and Lars Dzikus

the league by satisfying fan desires associated with White nostalgia in a sport disproportionately dominated by players of color. Media Framing, Race, and Sport Media framing entails a process in which media members (e.g., editors, reporters) decide which people and events are worthy of coverage, then

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SportsCenter: A Case Study of Media Framing U.S. Sport as the COVID-19 Epicenter

Travis R. Bell

information ( Gamson & Modigliani, 1989 ; Goffman, 1974 ), but these stories should provide a “civic utility” ( McCombs, 2014 , p. xv). Through this repeated process, media frame stories through inclusion and exclusion of information that create more salient features and participants in a given story

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Hyperprofessionalized and Commodified: A Case Study Examination of FBS Bowl Games and the Utilization of Football Players as Programmatic Promotional Material

Chris Corr, Richard M. Southall, Crystal Southall, and Richard J. Hart

plays in framing FBS football is an understudied area. As media framing strategies have a unique position of influence within a sport setting ( Crowe, 2021 ; Karimipour & Hull, 2017 ; Mercurio & Filak, 2010 ), ESPN’s monopoly of FBS bowl game broadcasts ( Corr et al., 2022 ) leads ESPN to occupy an

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Media Framing of Athletic Department Major Infractions: A 5-Year Review of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Tyler A. Williams and Beth A. Cianfrone

( Fizel & Brown, 2014 ; Mahony et al., 1999 ; Otto, 2005 ; Smith & Cho, 2017 ; Walker et al., 2018 ) and the impact of sport-media framing on issues such as race ( Cranmer et al., 2016 ; Eagleman, 2011 ; Rada & Wulfemeyer, 2005 ), gender ( Daddario & Wigley, 2007 ; Eagleman, 2015 ; Giacobbi

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Print Media Framing of the Olympic Games Before Canadian Referendums: The Cases of Calgary 2026 and Vancouver 2010

Jared F.K. Monaghan and Claudio M. Rocha

-Noor & Lauermann, 2018 ). Previous studies have reported media framing of either successful ( Kim, Choi, & Kaplanidou, 2015 ) or unsuccessful bids ( Kassens-Noor & Lauermann, 2018 ), but they failed to present comparable cases. To fill this gap in the literature, the aim of this study was to explore how the

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“In Soccer, We Have the Opportunity to Call Attention to Certain Things”: An Examination of Media Framing of Activism for Human Rights in German Sport

Yannick Kluch, Evan L. Frederick, and Nina Siegfried

perpetuating barriers to progressive social change. We examine the media framing of two instances of activism in the central European country of Germany. The first incident under analysis constitutes an athlete-enacted form of activism: During a March 2021 qualifying match for the Fédération Internationale de

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Framing Tiger’s Troubles: Comparing Traditional and Social Media

Jimmy Sanderson

This research explored how press outlets and fans framed professional golfer Tiger Woods’s marital infidelity. A textual analysis of newspaper reports and discussion postings on Tiger Woods’s official Facebook page was conducted. Analysis revealed that press accounts framed Woods’s actions as a tragic flaw that precipitated his fall from grace, while also reveling in the salacious details of the extramarital affairs. Conversely, fans primarily framed these incidents as private matters that demonstrated Woods’s human nature. The analysis suggests that social-media sites are valuable public relations tools that athletes can use to quickly generate support that counteracts perceived negative media framing. Social-media sites also enable fans to enhance perceptions of closeness with athletes as fans interject themselves into athletes’ media narratives.

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International Media Coverage of the Pakistan Super League

David Cassilo and Danielle Sarver Coombs

country’s population ( Reiche, 2011 ). While other studies have examined media framing within Middle Eastern countries, there is a gap in research assessing how national and international frames compare with each other. Furthermore, these studies almost exclusively examine framing of conflict, rather than