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Volume III

Volume III, Issue II (Spring 2007)

Articles included are (Click in the following links to read individual articles):

Hubris: Athletes, Perceptions of Authority, and Feelings of Invulnerability on a College Campus

 

Mark Vermillion, Wichita State University

SUMMER LEAGUE COLLEGE BASEBALL PLAYERS: DO DIETARY INTAKE AND BARRIERS TO HEALTHY EATING DIFFER BETWEEN GAME AND NON-GAME DAYS?

 

BRENDA M. MALINAUSKAS, East Carolina University

REGINALD F. OVERTON, Virginia State University

ANDREW J. CUCCHIARA, University of Pennsylvania

ASHLEY B. CARPENTER, East Carolina University

ASHLEY B. CORBETT, East Carolina University

Factors Influencing the University Choice of NCAA Division I Softball Players

 

Kary Kankey, Norfolk State University

Jerome Quarterman, Florida State University

Insider’s Perspective: Marla Terranova, Director of Sponsorships And Marketing - Montgomery Biscuits

 

Jason W. Lee, University of North Florida

MARKETING PROFESSIONAL SOCCER IN THE UNITED STATES: LESSONS IN EXCHANGE THEORY AND CAUSE-RELATED MARKETING

 

RICHARD M. SOUTHALL, UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS

MARK S. NAGEL, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

EXAMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE AUDUBON COOPERATIVE SANCTUARY PROGRAM FOR SELECTED SOUTH CAROLINA GOLF COURSES

 

DAN DRANE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

ANDY DOTTERWEICH, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

CHRISTOPHER POST, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

SMART BOOK REVIEW: Fair and Foul: Beyond the Myths and Paradoxes of Sport (3rd ed.).

 

Review By Jason W. Lee, University of North Florida

Hubris: Athletes, Perceptions of Authority, and Feelings of Invulnerability on a College Campus

  • Mark Vermillion, Wichita State University

SUMMER LEAGUE COLLEGE BASEBALL PLAYERS: DO DIETARY INTAKE AND BARRIERS TO HEALTHY EATING DIFFER BETWEEN GAME AND NON-GAME DAYS?

  • BRENDA M. MALINAUSKAS, East Carolina University

  • REGINALD F. OVERTON, Virginia State University

  • ANDREW J. CUCCHIARA, University of Pennsylvania

  • ASHLEY B. CARPENTER, East Carolina University

  • ASHLEY B. CORBETT, East Carolina University

 

Factors Influencing the University Choice of NCAA Division I Softball Players

  • Kary Kankey, Norfolk State University

  • Jerome Quarterman, Florida State University

 

Insider’s Perspective: Marla Terranova, Director of Sponsorships And Marketing - Montgomery Biscuits

  • Jason W. Lee, University of North Florida

 

MARKETING PROFESSIONAL SOCCER IN THE UNITED STATES: LESSONS IN EXCHANGE THEORY AND CAUSE-RELATED MARKETING

  • RICHARD M. SOUTHALL, UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS

  • MARK S. NAGEL, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

EXAMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE AUDUBON COOPERATIVE SANCTUARY PROGRAM FOR SELECTED SOUTH CAROLINA GOLF COURSES

  • DAN DRANE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

  • ANDY DOTTERWEICH, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

  • CHRISTOPHER POST, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

 

SMART BOOK REVIEW: Fair and Foul: Beyond the Myths and Paradoxes of Sport (3rd ed.)

  • Review By Jason W. Lee, University of North Florida

 

Volume III, Issue I (Fall 2006)

Articles included are (Click in the following links to read individual articles):

IS THE NCAA GUILTY OF PRACTICING SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT?

College Athletes’ Perceptions of the Emphasis their Coaches Place on Academic Progress and Graduation

THE PURSUIT OF TRUE LEGITIMACY—DIVISION I-A TITLE IX COMPLIANCE AFTER THE ADDITIONAL CLARIFICATION OF PRONG THREE

PERCEIVED MARKETING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF ELITE DISABLED SPORT ORGANIZATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

SMART Book Review:

The Business of Sports: Text & Cases on Strategy & Management

Insider’s Perspective: Joe Gilligan CEO, Akadema

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Gilligan CEO, Akadema

SMART RESPONSES

IS THE NCAA GUILTY OF PRACTICING SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT?

College Athletes’ Perceptions of the Emphasis their Coaches Place on Academic Progress and Graduation

THE PURSUIT OF TRUE LEGITIMACY—DIVISION I-A TITLE IX COMPLIANCE AFTER THE ADDITIONAL CLARIFICATION OF PRONG THREE

PERCEIVED MARKETING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF ELITE DISABLED SPORT ORGANIZATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

SMART Book Review:

The Business of Sports: Text & Cases on Strategy & Management

Insider’s Perspective: Joe Gilligan CEO, Akadema

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Gilligan CEO, Akadema

SMART RESPONSES

 

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