Ethics, Policy and Practice
Published by The Journal of Global Sport Management
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Integrity is an important factor in the playing and management of sport and is becoming one of the critical issues in global sport and its governance. This special issue by Journal of Global Sports Management aims to contribute to the scholarship that is emerging in this important field for policymakers and managers in sports. Articles featured are within the scope of the term ‘integrity’, ranging from sports governance, athletes’ rights, match-fixing and sports’ organizational management practices.
|Sport Integrity: Ethics, Policy and Practice: An Introduction||Andy Harvey & Mike McNamee|
|Maintaining Professionalism in Semi-Professional Sport: Are We Asking too Much?||Deborah Agnew, Pip Henderson, Andrew Marks & Carl Woods|
|Good Intentions, Vague Policies: A Thematic Analysis of Recommendations by the United Nations, the European Commission and the OECD on Sporting Events and Human Rights||Hans Erik Næss|
|Corruption, Rule-Breaking, and Sanctions: The Case of the NCAA||Adam G. Pfleegor, Brian P. Soebbing & Chad Seifried|
|No Struggle, No Progress: The Historical Significance of the Governance Structure Reform of the International Association of Athletics Federation||Jörg Krieger|
|Portuguese Fight Against Match-Fixing: Which Policies and What Ethic?||Marcelo Moriconi & João Paulo Almeida|
|Do Football Consumers Care About Sport Governance? An Analysis of Social Media Responses to the Recent FIFA Scandal||Martin Hölzen & Henk Erik Meier|
Journal of Global Sport Management
The Journal of Global Sport Management (JGSM) aims to be the global platform for focused, rigorous, and interdisciplinary research that has originality, depth, and clarify of insights into significant issues and developments of interest to sport management. Its main objectives: to advance research; to enhance practice; and to facilitate good policy-making decisions.