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Erratum. Mediated Sports Money: An Analysis of the Relationship Between Sports Media Consumption and College Students’ Perceived Financial Understanding

International Journal of Sport Communication

. International Journal of Sport Communication . Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1123/ijsc.2024-0015 In the second paragraph of the article it was stated that “Jon Rahm’s contract with upstart LIV Golf is worth a reported $500,” when it should have said “$500 million.” The article was corrected

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From the Physical to the Social: Twitter as a Pedagogical Innovation in the Sport Communication and Sport Management Classroom

Jimmy Sanderson and Blair Browning

This essay discusses how Twitter can be used as a pedagogical tool for sport communication and sport management courses. Given the prevalence with which Twitter has penetrated the sport industry and the frequency with which college students use social media, Twitter is a complementary and viable classroom component. The essay provides ways in which Twitter can be used for formal assignments in the sport communication and sport management classroom. The essay concludes by discussing some challenges to using Twitter in the classroom, describing strategies for overcoming these barriers, and encouraging sport communication and sport management educators to embrace the culture of convergence that Twitter affords. The appendix offers detailed guidelines for the assignments discussed in the essay.

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Dynamic Social Media Content in Sport Communication Research

Galen Clavio

Research on the theory and practice of social media usage in sport communication has benefitted from a growing line of research that started in the late 2000s. Scholars from sport communication, sport marketing, sport management, and other connected areas have laid a foundation of knowledge through

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Media Convergence as Exogenous Forces in a NCAA DI Athletic Department: Organizational Climate and Resource Allocation Decision Making

Seungbum Lee, Yongjae Kim, and Tang Tang

; particularly, as a sport communication staff member. Her degrees, both undergraduate and graduate, are in communication, so she has a keen interest in the nature, role, and importance of sport communication in the context of intercollegiate athletics. For the first time in seven years, CPU’s football team, a

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Content Analysis as a Research Method: A Content Analysis of Content Analyses in Sport Communication

Markus Schäfer and Catharina Vögele

In view of the large number of sports, sports media content, and opportunities to use and communicate about sports and sports media content, it is not surprising that international empirical sport communication research is dedicated to a wide range of different topics ( Denham, 2016 ). Depending on

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Sport Communication: An International Approach

Melissa James

By Chuka Onwumechili. Published 2018 by Routledge , New York, NY. $44.95 . 356 pp. ISBN: 978-1-138-28187-5 Sport Communication: An International Approach presents the necessary fundamentals and practices of sport communication in a global way. The text is divided into five parts: (I

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Volume 9 (2020): Issue S1 (Jan 2020): Special Issue: Digital Sport Communication

CSSM Case Studies in Sport Management 2372-5540 2167-2458 01 01 2020 9 S1 10.1123/cssm.2020.9.issue-S1 Special Issue: Digital Sport Communication Guest Editors: Michael L. Naraine (Brock University) and Andrea Geurin (Loughborough University London) CASE STUDY 1 10.1123/cssm.2019-0023 CASE STUDY 2

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Sport Communication: A Multidimensional Assessment of the Field’s Development

Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly, and John Nadeau

Sport and communication have existed since humans began interacting with one another, with organized sport and planned communication formalized for hundreds of years. However, social science scholars have only taken a high-level of interest in sport communication over the past decade. Over the past 10 years, much has been written and researched in the field, and its formalization continues, justifying a need for a review of its current status and the articulation of its future directions. Thus, this article identifies and critically discusses the developments in the field of sport communication in terms of its academic infrastructures and the resulting body of knowledge. It also assesses how the field’s developments are affecting scholarly advancements and identifies areas of “disciplinary pain.” The work concludes by providing suggestions for future research.

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Sport Communication Education in China: An Analysis of the Growth and Status of Academic Study Related to Sport Media

Huan Yu Xiao and Andrea N. Eagleman

This commentary analyzes the growth and current status of the education, facilities, faculty, and teaching quality associated with sport communication education in China. It presents findings from a survey of Chinese sport communication students and their perceptions of the quality of education at universities offering such programs, as well as survey results from Chinese sport media professionals and their assessments of the students graduating from these programs. The results of these surveys signify problematic areas in sport communication education, such as an imbalance between the number of students in these programs and the amount of equipment and resources available, the shortage of qualified teachers, and the lack of applied sport communication opportunities available to the students. The article also details the relationship between supply and demand in academia. The commentary closes with proposed strategic solutions for the reformation and development of the academic environment related to sport communication in China.

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Volume 17 (2024): Issue 1 (Mar 2024): Special Issue—Social Media and Sport Communication: Research Studies

IJSC International Journal of Sport Communication 1936-3915 1936-3907 1 03 2024 17 1 10.1123/ijsc.2024.17.issue-1 Special Issue—Social Media and Sport Communication: Research Studies Guest Editors: Jimmy Sanderson and Gashaw Abeza INTRODUCTION 10.1123/ijsc.2023-0242 INDUSTRY INTERVIEW 10.1123/ijsc