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Burton LJ, Welty-peachey J. Transition of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. 2019;12(1):1. doi: 10.17161/jis.v12i1.11639Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics 2019; 12: 87–113. Google Scholar. 18. ... The level of mental health literacy among athletic staff in intercollegiate sport. J Clin Sport Psychol 2019; 13: 440–450. Crossref. Google Scholar. Cite article Cite article. Cite article COPY CITATION . OR.As of 2011, there were over 444,000 college athletes playing for over 18,000 teams in the United States. Using data from a longitudinal survey of college students at over 400 institutions, we estimate the impact of participation in intercollegiate athletics on academic outcomes. We focus on whether the effects differ across sports and student demographics including gender, race, and pre ...management positions in college sport programs at these institutions (Shropshire, 1996; Smith, 2007). For example, although African Americans are well represented today as athletes on intercollegiate football and basketball teams, African Americans are grossly underrepresented as athletic administrators and head football coaches Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 7(1), 80-104. The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of Black male student athletes who transferred from predominantly White institutions (PWls) to a Historically Black College/University (HBCU) in the southeastern United States (U.S.).44 Zhou, Pizzo, and Funk. To explore the potential of college sport to integrate international students to. the university community, the current research investigated how attending college. e ...Student-athlete school selection: A family systems theory approach. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 8, 266-286. Shenton, A. K. (2004). Strategies for ensuring trustworthiness in qualitative research projects. Education for Information, 22(2), 63–75. Sherter, A. (2013, March 19). State funding cuts slam public colleges.Of the three types of adversities analyzed (i.e., time demands, injury, and the mental and physical stress of sport), athletes who reported time demands as their most difficult adversity exhibited more appreciation for life than athletes who cited the mental and physical stress of sport. ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 5(2), 199–212 ...I intercollegiate athletics with over 33,000 of these athletes participating in over-head sports, which require repetitive overhead motions, such as baseball, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball (2004–2005 National Collegiate Athletic Associa-tion Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report, 2006). Motions such asAdditionally, this study examines actors influencing academic success including institutional financial aid, background characteristics (race, gender), college experience (GPA, residential housing), athletic characteristics (sport, athletic expenses), organizational structure, and participation as a varsity or non-varsity athlete.Barbara Osborne (J.D., Boston College, U.S.) is a Professor and Coordinator for the Graduate Program in the Sport Administration specialization at The University of …Brandon A. Knettel, Emily M. Cherenack, Conner Rougier-Chapman, Courtney Bianchi-Rossi, Examining Associations of Coping Strategies with Stress, Alcohol, and Substance use among College Athletes: Implications for Improving Athlete Coping , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 16 No. 2 (2023): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport44 Zhou, Pizzo, and Funk. To explore the potential of college sport to integrate international students to. the university community, the current research investigated how attending college. e ...A Boston University student used her college's innovation center to create Wicked Smaht Comedy, an intercollegiate comedy group.The College Sport Research Institute is pleased to sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA), a peer-reviewed, scholarly, and open-access journal dedicated to supporting and disseminating interdisciplinary and inter-university collaborative college sport research.4 hours ago · 2023 Intercollegiate Athletics Forum; 2024 Tech Week; 2024 SBA Tech Awards; 2024 CAA World Congress of Sports; 2024 Sports Business Awards ... a …Dec 1, 2009 · Meg G. Hancock, Heidi Grappendorf, Janelle E. Wells, Laura J. Burton, Career Breakthroughs of Women in Intercollegiate Athletic Administration , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 10 No. 2 (2017): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 7, 307– 332. Cooper, J. N., Porter, C. J., Daivs, T. J. (2017). Success through community cultural wealth: Reflection from black female college athletes at a historically Black college/university (HBCU) and a Historically White Institution (HWI). Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 10, 129 – 156.The growth and popularity of eSports cannot be understated. The domain has become so mainstream that colleges and universities are rapidly beginning to launch eSports programs within their athletics departments. In this study, the authors interviewed 33 student-athletes receiving scholarships for participating in eSports at one institution. In all, the identity …Journal of Sport Management 31 (3), 229-240. , 2017. 210. 2017. Examining the influence of transformational leadership, organizational commitment, job embeddedness, and job search behaviors on turnover intentions in intercollegiate athletics. J Welty Peachey, L J. Burton, J E. Wells. Leadership & organization development journal 35 (8), 740-755.Since the implementation of Title IX, women have received increasing educational participation opportunities within the intercollegiate athletic setting (Student-athlete, 2006). While female athletic participation rates are at an all-time high in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA Sports, 2006), some additional concerns arise …Burton LJ, Welty-peachey J. Transition of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. 2019;12(1):1. doi: 10.17161/jis.v12i1.11639Concluding remarks for this special issue of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport on Ethical Leadership in Intercollegiate Sport note the numerous breaches of ethical and moral behavior in a physical and personal space that have the poten-tial to develop character, moral development, self-efficacy, respect, and personal honorable significance.Journal of Sports Economics, 14, 584 ... Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 5, 207 ...Sep 8, 2020 · Abstract. Academic and athletic identities are related to performance and wellbeing indicators in both the educational and sport domains, respectively. This paper presents a systematic literature ... Cooper J. N., Nwadike A., Macaulay C. (2017). A critical race theory analysis of big-time college sports: Implications for culturally responsive and race-conscious sport leadership. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 10, 204–233.Mar 9, 2022 · Examining the nature and extent of hazing at five NCAA Division III institutions and considering the implications for prevention. Journal of Amateur Sport, 7(1), 95-118. Kerwin, S. & Hoeber, L. (2015). Collaborative self-ethnography: Navigating self-reflexivity in a sport management context. Journal of Sport Management, 29(5), 498-509. Attachment, allegiance and a convergent application of stakeholder theory to Ivy League athletics. International Sports Journal, 8(1), 14-26. Covell, D. (2005). Attachment, allegiance and a convergent application of stakeholder theory: Assessing the impact of winning on athletic donations in the Ivy League. ... Journal of Intercollegiate …Impact Factor is the most common scientometric index, which is defined by the number of citations of papers in two preceding years divided by the number of papers published in those years. This graph shows how the impact factor of Journal of Intercollegiate Sport is computed. The left axis depicts the number of papers published in years X-1 and ...The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings. The Forum Editor's pick from the current issue: THE CIRCLE OF UNITY: THE POWER OF SYMBOLS IN A TEAM SPORT CONTEXT by Brendan O'Hallarn, Craig A. Morehead, Mark A. Slavich, Alicia M ...Dec 1, 2008 · The purpose of the current study was to investigate the coverage (advertisement, article, multimedia, and photograph) provided to similar sport teams on intercollegiate athletic websites during an academic year. Despite the fact that women’s softball teams consistently received less coverage than men’s baseball teams, the results ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 14(1), 66–93. Harry, M. (2021b, November 5). Extending Yosso’s (2005) Community Cultural Wealth to intercollegiate athletics …Considering the popularity of intercollegiate sport and March Madness, it is important for scholars to understand how organizational culture may influence the attitudes and behaviors of collegiate sport employees in the workplace. Thus, semi-structured interviews and observations were conducted to better understand how culture, community, and ...The Wall Street Journal, commonly referred to as the WSJ, is one of the most respected and reputable newspapers in the world. It is known for its in-depth coverage of business and financial news, as well as its insightful opinion pieces.Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, Volume 16, 2022, Issue 3. The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings.As of 2011, there were over 444,000 college athletes playing for over 18,000 teams in the United States. Using data from a longitudinal survey of college students at …Feb 26, 2021 · J.D. DeFreese, Erianne Weight, Jamie DeCicco, Aliza Nedimyer, Zachary Kerr, Kevin Carneiro, Jason Mihalik, Avinash Chandran, Transition Experiences of Former Collegiate Women’s Soccer Athletes , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 14 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Cooper J. N., Nwadike A., Macaulay C. (2017). A critical race theory analysis of big-time college sports: Implications for culturally responsive and race-conscious sport leadership. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 10, 204–233.This study explores the extent to which mass media coverage of men's and women's sport reflect the broader gender ideology of society. Using television coverage of men's and women's intercollegiate basketball as our context and verbal commentary as our text, an attempt was made (1) to identify qualitative differences in the manner in which the men's and women's …Available research for esports is commonly found in journals focused on sports management (Reitman et al., 2020) examining the topic from the perspective of business and media with little focus on ...Most read articles by the same author(s) Craig A. Morehead, Stephen L. Shapiro, Timothy M. Madden, Lamar Reams, Chad D. McEvoy, Athletic Ticket Pricing in the Collegiate Environment , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 10 No. 1 …Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, Volume 16, 2022, Issue 3. The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings.College student development within the context of formalized sport in American higher education. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 14(1), 189-201. 10.17161/jis.v14i1.11755 . Staurowsky, E. J., & Sack, A. L. (2006). Reconsidering the use of the term student-athlete in academic research. Journal of Sport Management, 19(2), 103-116.The purpose of this paper was to discuss the NCAA and its member institutions' exploitation of student-athletes. Amateurism and exploitation were defined and discussed in relation to NCAA Division I athletics. The evolution of intercollegiate athletics and the student-athlete was reviewed in order to better understand the motives for today ...The present study seeks to understand more about the contribution the United States’ New Deal Depression-era programs had on college sport stadia. To complete this research, we examined projects used by the schools and communities connected to the National College Athletic Association’s (NCAA) Division I and provide answers to the following research …The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings. This interdisciplinary journal publishes articles from the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and professional fields, providing a complete look at all factors …Dec 2, 2021 · (2006a, Jan. 7). The Principles of Intercollegiate Athletics [State of the Association speech] NCAA Convention, Indianapolis, IN. Brand, Myles. (2006b). The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics in Universities. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 33(1), 9-20. Brand, Myles. (2008, August 20). Pay for Play is Fine—But Not in College Sports. Examining the nature and extent of hazing at five NCAA Division III institutions and considering the implications for prevention. Journal of Amateur Sport, 7(1), 95-118. Kerwin, S. & Hoeber, L. (2015). Collaborative self-ethnography: Navigating self-reflexivity in a sport management context. Journal of Sport Management, 29(5), 498-509.SciEP currently has 100+ open access journals in the areas of Earth &Environmental Sciences, Medicine &Healthcare, Biomedical &Life Sciences, Computer Science &Communications, Chemistry &Materials Science, Engineering, Physics &Mathematics, Business &Economics and Social Sciences &Humanities. ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 2(1), 16-30 ...Most read articles by the same author(s) Emily J. Andrassy, Per Svensson, Jennifer Bruening, Matt R. Huml, Michael Chung, The Role of Organizational Capacity in Student-Athlete Development , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 7 No. 2 (2014): Journal of Intercollegiate SportOsborne is with the Department of Exercise and Sport Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Address author correspondence to Barbara Osborne at [email protected]. ... PDF Published 2014-12-01. How to Cite Osborne, B. (2014). The Myth of the Exploited Student-Athlete. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 7(2), …Concluding remarks for this special issue of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport on Ethical Leadership in Intercollegiate Sport note the numerous breaches of ethical and moral …S. D. Eidel'man, Parabolic Systems (North-Holland, Wolters-Nordhoff, 1969), v + 469pp., £7·60. Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society. Mathematics. English. The Myth of the Exploited Student-Athlete by Barbara Osborne published in Journal of Intercollegiate Sport.Todd A. Gilson, Amanda L. Paule-Koba, Emily Ann Heller, The Social-Psychological Implications of a Coaching Change at the Collegiate Level , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 6 No. 2 (2013): Journal of Intercollegiate SportDec 1, 2016 · In the sport industry, one thing that is constant is change. Since numerous forces may drive and guide the change process, the goal of this study was to examine ethical leadership, transparency, and organizational justice during an organizational change of a consolidating National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s and women’s athletic department. Outsiders Within: College Sport as an Avenue to Integrate International Students. Xiaochen Zhou, Anthony Pizzo, Daniel C. Funk. PDF. “Are the Punishments Consistent?”: A Quantitative Analysis of NCAA Enforcement. Khirey Walker, Brian Soebbing, Chad Seifried. PDF.Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 14(1), 66–93. Harry, M. (2021b, November 5). Extending Yosso’s (2005) Community Cultural Wealth to intercollegiate athletics …Laura Burton, Jon Welty Peachey, Ethical Leadership in Intercollegiate Sport , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 7 No. 1 (2014): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Elizabeth A. Taylor, Janelle E. Wells, Institutionalized Barriers and Supports of Female Athletic Directors , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 10 No. 2 (2017): Journal of ...The Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (JIS), an open access journal supported by the University of Kansas, provides an exciting forum for research specifically addressing sport in college and university settings. This interdisciplinary journal publishes articles from the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and professional fields, providing a ...Dr. Bass has published in journals such as Sport Management Review, Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, the International Journal of Sport Management, the International Sport Coaching Journal, Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies, and the Journal of Applied Sport Management.The Effect of Academic Socialization on NCAA Athletes' Grades. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 13, 405-423. Finalist. Jonathan A. Jensen, Liz Wanless, Kaya Hedt, Emily Wayland. (2020) Analyzing Big Data in Intercollegiate Athletics: An Application to Athletic Donor Behavior.We tested the structural relationships between stress, burnout, athletic identity, and athlete satisfaction in student athletes attending Korea’s physical education high schools and analyzed the differences between paths by ego resilience.In the sport industry, one thing that is constant is change. Since numerous forces may drive and guide the change process, the goal of this study was to examine ethical leadership, transparency, and organizational justice during an organizational change of a consolidating National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s and women’s athletic department.This article observes that American society's passion for intercollegiate sports competition is an extremely powerful, naturally evolved cultural force. The marketplace responds to cultural forces, and the commercialization of college sports directly reflects the marketplace realities of our society. For example, colleges and universities rationally use their intercollegiate athletic ...Mar 9, 2022 · An examination of intercollegiate athletic directors’ attributions regarding the underrepresentation of female coaches in women’s sports. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 26(1), 3-11. Additionally, this study examines actors influencing academic success including institutional financial aid, background characteristics (race, gender), college experience (GPA, residential housing), athletic characteristics (sport, athletic expenses), organizational structure, and participation as a varsity or non-varsity athlete.College student development within the context of formalized sport in American higher education. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 14(1), 189-201. 10.17161/jis.v14i1.11755 . Staurowsky, E. J., & Sack, A. L. (2006). Reconsidering the use of the term student-athlete in academic research. Journal of Sport Management, 19(2), 103-116.Vol. 3 No. 1 (2010): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Published: 2010-06-01 Editorial Comments from the Editor R. Scott Kretchmar 1-2 PDF Conference Presentations ... Platitudes and the Collegiate Sports Arms Race Unsustainable Spending and Its Consequences for Olympic and Women’s Sports Nancy Hogshead-Makar 69-80 PDF ...Feb 26, 2021 · Molly Harry, Support to Classify Intercollegiate Athletics Participation as a High Impact Practice , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 16 No. 2 (2023): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Molly Harry, Amanda Hoffman, Tutor Perceptions of Division I College Athletes , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 16 No. 3 (2023): Journal of ... Stakeholders at institutions across the United States are continuously looking for ways to improve the academic success and retention of students. We used logistical regression in an examination of noncognitive, cognitive, and demographic factors as predictors of academic success and retention of Division I first-year student-athletes. The results indicated that high …Of the three types of adversities analyzed (i.e., time demands, injury, and the mental and physical stress of sport), athletes who reported time demands as their most difficult adversity exhibited more appreciation for life than athletes who cited the mental and physical stress of sport. ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 5(2), 199–212 ...ournal of Intercollegiate Sport, 2023, 161 httpsdoiorg1017161isv16i115816 2023 the Authors This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Title IX Information Increases Female Collegiate Athletes’ Intent to Seek Help Erika Guenther1, Elizabeth Sorensen, and Lance …One barrier is a persistent belief in popular literature that athletes can use pregnancy and/or abortion to enhance competitive performance; i.e., as a form of prohibited blood doping. The scientific and nonscientific resources on pregnancy and abortion doping have considerably diverged over the past 20 years. The purposes of this paper were to ...of sport and the limited contact athletes have with peers alienate them from the rest of the student body – an outcome that indeed runs counter to the stated purposes of intercollegiate sport” (p. 115). Indeed, the situation likely has been exacerbated since then, with increasing pressures for athletesVol. 15 No. 2 (2022): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport / Articles Leading Student-Athletes to Success Beyond the Field: Assessing the Role of Leadership in Adopting High Impact Practices in Intercollegiate Athletics ... Assessing the Role of Leadership in Adopting High Impact Practices in Intercollegiate Athletics. Journal of …Barbara Osborne (J.D., Boston College, U.S.) is a Professor and Coordinator for the Graduate Program in the Sport Administration specialization at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a joint appointment at the School of Law. Prior to her appointment at UNC in 1998, she worked for 14 years as an athletics administrator in intercollegiate athletics.To fill this gap in the literature, we recruited 270 current and former intercollegiate athletes in the United States between September 2020 and April 2021 to participate in a quantitative study. Participants completed questions about scenarios involving a trans man athlete and a trans woman athlete, general attitudes toward …Women in intercollegiate sport. A longitudinal, national study. Thirty-seven year update (2014) C.C. Aitchison Feminist and gender research in sport and leisure management: Understanding the social – cultural nexus of gender – power relations. ... Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, Volume 24, 2019, pp. 143-154.Student-athletes have to balance their sport, academic, and social lives during the transition to college and parent involvement is an integral, but potentially problematic, aspect of this transition. The present study investigated how key parent involvement factors may be associated with positive developmental outcomes in NCAA Division I student-athletes.Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Vol. 2 No. 2 (2009) Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Vol. 2 No. 1 (2009) Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Vol. 1 No. 2 (2008) ...Sep 8, 2020 · Academic and athletic identities are related to performance and wellbeing indicators in both the educational and sport domains, respectively. This paper presents a systematic literature review examining empirical research into the academic and athletic identities of student-athletes in dual (education and sport) careers. A peer-reviewed, open access journal in higher education, college sport, sport, sport management & sport business. ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 1941 …Jun 1, 2013 · Abstract. In this paper, the author provides an overview of economic inequality in intercollegiate athletics, tracing it from its origins in the late 19th century, through home rule, the introduction of the NCAA’s national broadcasting policy and its subsequent regionalization after Oklahoma v. NCAA, conference realignments, RSNs, the BCS and ... A Boston University student used her college's innovation center to create Wicked Smaht Comedy, an intercollegiate comedy group.Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 5 (2), 170-188, 2012. 61: 2012 “I’m running so you can be happy and I can keep my scholarship”: A comparative study of Black male college …Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 2023, 161 httpsdoiorg1017161isv16i119509 2023 the Authors This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Examining the Ability of Title IX to Provide Equitable Participation Opportunities for Black Women College Athletes Burton LJ, Welty-peachey J. Transition of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. 2019;12(1):1. doi: 10.17161/jis.v12i1.11639Dec 1, 2009 · Full-text available. December 2009. Matt Mitten. James L. Musselman. Bruce W. Burton. This article observes that American society’s passion for intercollegiate sports competition is an extremely ... Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Intercollegiate Sport School of Human Services University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 45221 (513)556-1589. Read More Read more about New Issue - Journal of Intercollegiate Sport5068 Argus Dr. Apt 1. Los Angeles, CA 90041. [email protected]. 225-202-6787. Joshua A. Senne is a doctoral student at the United States Sports Academy located in Daphne, Alabama. His doctoral emphasis is sports fitness and health, with a specialization in sport marketing. He currently holds a master of business administration from .... Nicholas Swim, Robert Turick, Yannick Kluch, Raquel WrKeywords: Social Media and Sport, NCAA Social Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 2018, 11, 214–241 ... sports every year in the United States, as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA ... Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 7 (2), 218-244, 2014. 44: 2014: From engaged worker to workaholic: A mediated model of athletic department employees. Mar 9, 2022 · Home / Archives / Vol. 15 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Int The purpose of this research was to propose a multidimensional construct of commitment to diversity, develop a questionnaire to measure the respective mindsets, and to consider outcomes of such commitment. In Study 1 (N = 199 undergraduate students), a questionnaire was developed and its validity evidence based internal structure supported …Feb 26, 2021 · Journal of Sport Management, 30(1), 22-39. Smith, R. K. (2000). A brief history of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s role in regulating intercollegiate athletics. Marquette Sports Law Review, 11(1), 9-22. Snyder, E. E. (1985). A theoretical analysis of academic and athletic roles. Sociology of Sport Journal, 2, 210-217. In recent years, sports fans have witnes...

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