IJSM Contents & Abstracts Volume 3 (2002)

ISBN 978-0-89641-378-8

  • Global Issues in Sport Science: What Does the Future Hold? — Darlene A. Kluka, Robert Gambardella, Willie J. Lindsey — No Abstract. (1-10)

  • Structured Observation Description of the managerial Roles and Activities of Selected NCAA Division I Athletic Directors — Dennis L. Bechtol — This study examines the managerial roles and activities of selected NCAA Division I athletic directors. (11-33)

  • Using Social Exchange Theory to Examine the Allocation of Marketing Resources in Multi-Sport Athletic Programs — T. Christopher Greenwell, Ketra L. Armstrong — This article utilizes classic exchange theory propositions along with current literature on resource exchange to offer insight into how exchanges are made in the context of allocating marketing resources to individual sport programs operating within a multi-sport athletic organization. (34-52)

  • Satisfaction and Importance of Athletic Department Goals: The Views of University Presidents — Ryan McGuire, Galen Trail — This study investigated the extent to which three groups of university presidents differed on level of importance attributed to various intercollegiate athletic department goals and the level of satisfaction with those goals. (53-73)

  • Team Payroll and Performance in Major League Baseball: Are Championships Purchased? — Gregg Bennett, Ken B. Cyree — The purpose of this study was to determine the connection between team payroll and job performancer in major league baseball three years prior to, and the two years following, the 1994 strike season. (74-84)

ISBN 978-0-89641-380-1

  • The National Basketball Development League: Highway to the Stars or a Dead-end Street? — Dallas Branch — No Abstract (87-89)

  • A Study of Collegiate Baseball: Examining Sport Fan Motivation and Marketing Implications — Brian J. Wigley, Michael Sagas, Frank F. Ashley — This study is an examination of the motivation and formulatlon of marketing implications of fans attending a collegiate baseball game. (90-102)

  • Preliminary Validation of a Measure for Assessing Identification as a Sport Fan: The Sport Fandom Questionnaire — Daniel L. Wann — By developing questions based on certain measures of sport identification, the current research was aimed at constructing a scale, labeled the Sport Fandom Questionnaire. (103-115)

  • Sport.com: Legal Implications Associated with the Domain Name Battle — Lori K. Miller, G. Clayton Stoldt, P.G. Comfort — This study explores how the Lanham Act applies to the battle over domain use. (116-129)

  • Dealing with Championship Hangover: A Multiframe Problem Solving Approach — David K. Scott — This article proposes that sport administrators and/or coaches learn how to reframe organizational conflict and utilize multiframe leadership tools to assist in overcoming "championship hangover." (130-138)

  • Education Reform in Athletic Training: A Concern for Many Athletic Administrators — Timothy J. Henry — This article discusses the reform in improving the educational process of athletic trainers. (139-146)

  • Levels of Behavioral Engagement: A Comparative Study of Athletic Directors and Entrepreneurs — Warren A. Whisenant, Paul . Pedersen — The purpose of this study was to integrate data from a traditional business environment with data collected from a sport management environment to compare the levels of engagement of six managerial behaviors. (147-159)

NUMBER 3, JULY, 2002
ISBN 978-0-89641-383-2

  • Sport Management Education: The Case for Two-Year Colleges — Michael R. Judd, Thomas Sawyer, Timothy Hatten, Deron Grabel, Deon Klein — The authors focus on two-year colleges and set forth points for discussion: two-year college sport management curriculum, student preparation, and faculty and articulation of four-year sport management programs.161-170)

  • Sport Management Education: The Case against Two-Year Colleges — Robert Case, John Dollar — This article takes the counterpoint side of the debate involving two-year colleges and sport management professional preparation and discusses why community colleges can be a first step in sport management professional preparation. (171-179)

  • The Motives of Sport Consumers: A Comparison of Major and Minor League Baseball — Jeffrey D. James, Stephen D. Ross — This study was a first effort to assess the validity and reliability of the Psychological Connection to Team scale (PCT) for measuring the extent to which an individual thinks of themselves as part of a team (internalization). (180-198)

  • Management Behaviors of an Elite Intercollegiate Baseball Coach — Gregg Bennett, Brent Hardin — This study describes the management behaviors of an elite intercollegiate baseball coach. (199-214)

  • Decision Making Authority of Senior Woman Administrators — Cathryn L. Claussen, Carolyn Lehr — This study describes the authority possessed by SWAs relative to different job functions. (215-228)

  • Coach Satisfaction in the Traditional Sport System — Sylvie Leblicq, Jo Van Hoecke, Paul de Knop — This study investigates coach satisfaction in Flemish gymnastics clubs. (229-246)

ISBN 978-0-89641-388-7

  • The eXtreme Sport Challente for Sport Managers — L. Marlene Mawson — This article offers an insight into the nature and characteristics of extreme sport athletes and their demands on sport managers. (249-261)

  • A Survey of search Committee Chairpersons: Candidate Qualifications Preferred for Entry-level Tenure Track Sport Management Faculty Positions — Michael J. Mondello, Daniel Mahony, Mary Hums, Anita Moorman — The purpose of this study was to examine the criteria used in hiring faculty. (262-281)

  • The Status of the Internationalization of the Sport Management Curriculum in the United Ststes — Ming Li, LMichael Kanters, Robert Ammon — The purpose of this study was to examine the level of internationalization in sport management programs across the United States. (282-289)

  • Management Processes, Organisational Structures and Contexts in Greek Yachting Organisations — Kalliopi Sotiriadou, Shayne P. Quick — This article seeks to explain how yachting organisations in Greece responded to complex environmental changes, and whether different approaches were in evidence. (290-307)

  • The Flip Side of Leadership: Followership within Intercollegiate Athletics — Michael K. Smucker, Paul M. Pedersen, Jennifer E. Slattery — This study analyzes the followership characteristics of athletic department personnel at several large southeastern Division I-A universities. (308-324)

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