IJSM Contents & Abstracts Volume 4 (2003)

ISBN 978-0-89641-391-7

  • Gambling: One of the Biggest Issues Confronting NCAA and Athletic Administrators — Donald F. Staffo — No Abstract. (1-5)

  • Examining Strategy Content in U.S. Olympic Sport Organizations — Douglas J. Olberding — This research develops a survey instrument to measure the types of strategies that sport organizations may pursue and to test the instrument's validity and reliability. ^-24)

  • The Internalization Process among Team Followers: Implications for Team Loyalty — Richard H. Kolbe, Jeffrey D. James — This article offers a model developed by the authors of the internalization process that leads to loyalty with sports teams. (25-43)

  • An Analysis of International University Sport Management Web Sites: How Are They Being Used — Frank Veltri, John J. Miller, David K. Scott, Andy Gillentine — This study analyzes the website content of international university sport management programs. (44-58)

  • Dimensions of Spectator Identification Associated with Women's Professional Basketball — Debbie P. Williamson, James J. Zhang, Dale G. Pease, John P. Gaa — The purpose of this study was to develop the Spectator Identification Scale (SIS), to examine the predictability of the SIS factors to game attendance levels and to examine the relationships between sociodemographic variables and the SIS factors. (59-91)

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  • Guest Editorial: Sport's Plight in the Postmodern World: Implications for the Sport Management Profession — Earl F. Zeigler — No Abstract. (93-109)

  • Networking Practices among Illinois High School Athletics Administrators — Nhu Nguyen Caiozzi, Todd L. Seidler, M. Elizabeth Verner — Tis study describes networking relationships of athletics administrators from Illinois State High School Association Member schools.(110-129)

  • Integrating Fantasy Sport Role Play Simulation into the Sport Management Curriculum: An Orientation and Emirical Evaluation — Jushua I. Newman, Richard Irwin, David B. Klenosky, Andy Gillentine — Building from the foundation for role play simulation laid by DeNeve and Heppner (1997), this article investigates the pedagogical merits of integrating a fantasy sport role play simulation into the sport management curriculum. (130-144)

  • Athlete-Endorsers: Do They Affect Young Consumer Purchasing Decisions? — Frank R. Veltri, Ann T. Kuzman, David K. Stotlar, R. Viswanathan, J.J. Miller — This article examines young consumers' purchasing behavior toward athlete-endorsed products. (145-160)

  • Resource Dependence and Institutional perspectives on Major League Baseball: Insights and Integration — Eric G. Kirby — Utilizing an intrinsic case study methodology to apply resource dependence theory and institutional theory, this study analyzes the expansion of pitching rosters by Major League Baseball teams. (161-172)

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  • Guest Editorial: Cause-Related Sport Marketing: How Should t Work? — Richard Irwin, Tony Lachowetz, John Clark — No Abstract. (173-178)

  • Content Analysis of Athlete Handbooks from Selected NCAA Division I-A Athletic Departments — Richad M. Southall, Mark S. Nagel — This study reports the results of a multiple-perspective content analysis of athletic department athlete handbooks from a sample of 35 NCAA Division I-A athletic departments. (179-191)

  • The Coaching Carousel: Turnover Effects on Winning in Professional Sport — Gregg Bennett, Jerry Phillips, Dan Dranek, Michael Sagas — This article discusses the outcomes of coaching changes in professional sports. (192-204)

  • Organizational Strategy in Amateur Sport Organization: A Case Study — David Legg — A model of organization strategy formation developed by Leavy and Wilson (1994) was assessed for its transferability. This case study was the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association and the dominant strategies from its inauguration in 1967 until 1997. (205-223)

  • Sport Management Curriculum Development: Issues and Concerns — Robert Case — This article describes the various issues and concerns that face faculty and administrators who are involved in the development of sport management programs and curricula. (224-239)

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  • TV and Sport's Mutually Beneficial Partnership: 20th Century Summary and 21st Century Potential — Jacquelyn Cuneen, Dallas D. Branch, Jr. — This perspective reviews 20th century sports television through a summation of the scholarly and professional literature and provides insight into likely future relationships between TV and sport. (243-260)

  • A Revised Scale of Attributes of Fitness Services — Amanda M. Huset-McGuire, Galen T. Grail, Dean F. Anderson — This study examined the psychometric properties of a revised Scale of Attributes of Fitness Services on two dimensions (satisfaction and importance). (261-280)

  • The Future of Sport Management as an Academic Discipline >— Karen E. Danylchuk, Robert Boucher — This study solicits the opinions of established sport management academicians from around the world regarding the future of sport management as an academic discipline. (281-300)

  • Professional Sport Leagues:P Reflection on the Past, Anticipating the Future — Raymond G. Schneider, G. Clayton Stoldt — This article addresses the predictions made by Sandomir, Rosenblatt, and Fichtenbaum (1989) and discusses the current status of professional sports leagues. (301-324)

  • Index to IJSM Volume 4 (2003) — (325-327)

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