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Communication & Sport


eISSN: 21674809 | ISSN: 21674795 | Current volume: 12 | Current issue: 3 Frequency: Bi-monthly

Communication and Sport (C&S) is a cutting-edge, peer-reviewed bimonthly journal that publishes research to foster international scholarly understanding of the nexus of communication and sport. C&S publishes research and critical analysis from diverse disciplinary and theoretical perspectives to advance understanding of communication phenomena in the varied contexts through which sport touches individuals, society, and culture.

C&S examines both communication in sport and the communication of sport by considering sport in light of communication processes, strategies, industries, texts, and reception. C&S welcomes studies of sport and media in mass and new media settings, research on sport in interpersonal, group, organizational, and other communication contexts, and analyses of sport rhetoric, discourse, and narratives.

C&S encourages studies of sport communication and media from broad disciplinary vistas including sport studies/sociology, management, marketing, politics, economics, philosophy, history, education, kinesiology, health, as well as cultural, policy, urban, gender, sexuality, race, and ability studies. C&S is theoretically diverse, and articles featuring qualitative, quantitative, critical, historical, and other methods are equally welcome.

Communication & Sport is a peer-reviewed bimonthly journal that publishes research to foster international scholarly understanding of the nexus of communication and sport. C&S publishes research and critical analysis from diverse disciplinary and theoretical perspectives to advance understanding of communication phenomena in the varied contexts through which sport touches individuals, society, and culture.

 

C&S examines both communication in sport and the communication of sport by considering sport in light of communication processes, strategies, industries, texts, and reception. C&S welcomes studies of sport and media in mass and new media settings, research on sport in interpersonal, group, organizational, and other communication contexts, and analyses of sport rhetoric, discourse, and narratives.

C&S encourages studies of sport communication and media from broad disciplinary vistas including sport studies/sociology, management, marketing, politics, economics, psychology, philosophy, history, education, kinesiology, health, as well as cultural, policy, urban, gender, sexuality, race, and ability studies. C&S is theoretically diverse, and articles featuring qualitative, quantitative, critical, historical, and other methods are equally welcome.

Editors-in-Chief
Andrew C. Billings University of Alabama, USA
Marie Hardin Pennsylvania State University, USA
Associate Editors
Kenon A. Brown University of Alabama, USA
Toni Bruce University of Auckland, New Zealand
Michael L. Butterworth University of Texas at Austin, USA
Jacco van Sterkenburg Erasmus University, Netherlands
Tang Tang Kent State University, USA
Assistant Editor
Thomas Horky Macromedia University, Germany
Board Members
Gashaw Abeza Towson University, USA
Mahfoud Amara Qatar University, Qatar
Dunja Antunovic University of Minnesota, USA
Travis Bell University of South Florida, USA
Jan Boehmer University of Michigan, USA
Raymond Boyle University of Glasgow, UK
Mark Brooke National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tendai Chari University of Venda, South Africa
Tzu-Hsuan Chen National Taiwan Sport University, Taiwan
Jim Cherney University of Nevada-Reno, USA
Younghan Cho Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea
Galen E. Clavio Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Cheryl Cooky Purdue University-Main Campus
Gregory A. Cranmer Clemson University, USA
Glenn Cummins Texas Tech University, USA
Bryan Denham Clemson University, USA
Fabrice Desmarais Waikato University, New Zealand
Michael Devlin Texas State University, USA
Natalie Brown- Devlin University of Texas
Patrick Ferrucci University of Colorado, USA
Beth Fielding-Lloyd Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Kirsten Frandsen Aarhus University, Denmark
Stephen Frawley University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Evan L. Frederick University of Louisville, USA
Callum Gilmour Monash University, Malaysia
Daniel Grano University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Marion Hambrick University of Louisville, USA
Guy Harrison University of Tennessee, USA
Karen Hartman Idaho State University, USA
Richard Haynes University of Stirling, UK
Brett Hutchins Monash University, Australia
Dan Jackson Bournemouth University, UK
Steven Jackson University of Otago, New Zealand
Honorata Jakubowska Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Jeffrey Kassing Arizona State University, USA
Edward Kian Oklahoma State University, USA
Yannick Kluch University of Illinois, USA
Koji Kobayashi Otaru University, Japan
Kyle Kusz University of Rhode Island, USA
Katherine Lavelle University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, USA
Nicky Lewis University of Kentucky, USA
Simon Licen Washington State University, USA
Pirkko Markula University of Alberta, Canada
Fred Mason University of New Brunswick, Canada
Jenn McClearen University of Texas, USA
Mary McDonald Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Lindsey Meán Arizona State University, USA
Leigh Moscowitz University of South Carolina, USA
Joshua Newman Florida State University, USA
Thomas Oates University of Iowa, USA
Chuka Onwumechili Howard University, USA
Natalia Organista Józef Pilsudski University of Physical Education, Poland
Emilio Fernandez Pena Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Xavier Ginesta Portet University of Vic, Spain
Emma Pullen Loughborough University, UK
T. Y. Qian Louisiana State University, USA
Xavier Ramon Pompeu Fabra University, Spain
David Rowe University of Western Sydney, Australia
Andy Ruddock Monash University, Australia
Brody Ruihley Miami University, USA
Sean Sadri University of Alabama, USA
Jimmy Sanderson Texas Tech University, USA
Christiana Schallhorn Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
Lucie Schoch University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Olan Scott Brock University, Canada
Michael Serazio Boston College, USA
Merryn Sherwood La Trobe University, Australia
Lauren Reichart Smith Indiana University, USA
Ilan Tamir Ariel University, Israel
Alice Nemcová Tejkalová Charles University, Czech Republic
Lee Thompson Waseda University, Japan
Kim Toffoletti Deakin University, Australia
Ana Carolina Vimieiro Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
John Vincent University of Alabama, USA
Lawrence A. Wenner Loyola Marymount University, USA
Erin E. Whiteside The University of Tennessee, USA
Brian Wilson University of British Columbia, Canada
Donna Wong Waseda University, Japan
Qingru Xu University of Kentucky, USA
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