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Andrew Dix

-game communication of players within the field of play. The crossroads at which the social judgments of referees intersect with the in-game communication of African American athletes is where this sports communication study is contextually situated. Seminal research on social judgment theory (SJT) by Sherif et al

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Philip Furley, Fanny Thrien, Johannes Klinge, and Jannik Dörr

context of sport officiating ( Plessner, Schweizer, Brand, & O’Hare, 2009 ; Unkelbach & Memmert, 2010 ). More specifically, social judgment theory ( Hammond, Stewart, Brehmer, & Steinmann, 1975 ) has transferred the theoretical concepts from Brunswik’s Lens Model on perception to social situations such

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Mikihiro Sato, Jeremy S. Jordan, and Daniel C. Funk

psychological involvement was originally introduced from work on social judgment theory ( Sherif & Hovland, 1961 ). During the 1980s, Sherif and Hovland’s work was developed in consumer behavior research to understand the purchase behavior of consumer goods ( Laurent & Kapferer, 1985 ; Rothschild, 1984