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Democratization and governance in international sport: addressing issues with athlete involvement in organizational policy
Leaders of national and international sport organizations are increasingly recognising the importance of involving stakeholders in the development of policies. In the governance of international highExpand
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“If A Woman Came In … She Would Have Been Eaten Up Alive”
The purpose of this qualitative case study is to understand and critique the gendered political processes in the search for an athletic director following a merger between men’s and women’sExpand
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Evaluation of a cross-sector community initiative partnership: delivering a local sport program.
Corporate community initiatives (CCI) are often established via cross-sector partnerships with nonprofit agencies to address critical social problems. While there is a growing body of literatureExpand
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Moral codes, moral tensions, and hiding behind the rules: A snapshot of athletic administrators’ practical morality
Sport administrators working in highly formalised sport organisations presumably have their moral decisions guided by strict rules, regulations, and standards of conduct. Challenges arise whenExpand
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Stakeholder Constructions of Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics
Abstract Leadership research, particularly in sport management settings, is characterized by post-positivist approaches that are permeated by quantitative designs, largely neglecting the role ofExpand
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Toward a grounded theory of student-athlete suffering and dealing with academic corruption
The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explain how student-athletes are affected by an instance of academic corruption. Using a grounded theory approach (Glaser & Strauss, 1967; Strauss &Expand
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Evaluating the implementation of a professional sport team's corporate community involvement initiative.
As corporate community initiatives (CCI) in sport are becoming an important dimension of corporate social responsibility, a key issue is evaluating the quality of the processes by which they areExpand
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A Deliberative Democratic Approach to Athlete-Centred Sport: The Dynamics of Administrative and Communicative Power
Abstract This article examines the sport policy process in realizing an athlete-centred sport system through the lens of deliberative democracy. We examine the development of an athlete-centredExpand
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“Fixing the Mess”: A Grounded Theory of a Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff’s Suffering as a Result of Academic Corruption
Individuals who are appointed the responsibility of managing a sport program following an instance of academic corruption endure various forms of harm that warrants investigation. Extending from ourExpand
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