Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics
Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics
Journal Title: Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics
ISSN: 1743-0437
ISSN Online: 1743-0445
Publication Frequency: 10 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: The global impact of sport in domains including business, politics, industry, culture and multi-media has paralleled a vibrant growth in international academia’s focus upon the discipline. Things have changed radically over the last few years. Sport now is transnational and global, regional and local at the same time and impacts the lives of millions across the world. Sports governance and administration is layered and complex and on occasions deeply politicized as well. Today Sport in Society is regarded as the preeminent academic and professional platform to critically engage in debates on these issues. It represents a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics and professionals to consider the growing relationship of sport to an array of public domains. The Editorial Board welcomes submissions from scholars who place particular emphasis on publishing original, empirical research articles that demonstratively convey impact on its end users. It is proud of its truly international reach and, in a spirit of further expansion, welcomes submissions from colleagues based in Latin America, Asia and Australasia to compliment its already well-established North American and European readership. Peer Review Policy

Sport in Society is an internationalpeer-reviewed journal which publishes original research contributions to scientific knowledge and convey impact.

All manuscript submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees.

All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts. You can submit to the journal by clicking here.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics (2004 - current) Formerly known as Culture, Sport, Society (1998 - 2003)
Editor Board:

Executive Academic Editor:
Boria Majumdar  Biography, University of Central Lancashire

Deputy Executive Academic Editors:
David Hassan, University of Ulster at Jordanstown
John Hughson, International Football Institute, University of Central Lancashire

Associate Editor:
Sean Brown, University of Chicago

Reviews Editors:
Geoff Kohe, Institute of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Worcester
Gyozo Molnar,  Institute of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Worcester
Ramon Spaaij, La Trobe University
Editorial Board:
Daryl Adair, University of Technology, Sydney
Aaron Baker, Arizona State University
Hilary Beckles, University of the West Indies at Cave Hill
Bo Carlsson, Malmö University
Jon Coafee, University of Manchester
Lamartine P. DaCosta, Gama Filho University, Rio de Janeiro
Peter Donnelly, University of Toronto
Eric Dunning, University of Leicester
Russel Field, University of Toronto
Thomas Fletcher, Leeds Metropolitan University
Beatriz Garcia, University of Liverpool
Richard Giulianotti, University of Durham
Allen Guttmann, Amherst College
John Horne, University of Central Lancashire
David Inglis, University of Exeter
Barry Judd, RMIT University
Bruce Kidd, University of Toronto
Alan Klein, Northeastern University
Patrick Laviolette, Tallinn University
Katie Liston, University of Ulster
Joseph Maguire, Loughborough University
Dolores Martinez, SOAS, University of London
Ian McDonald, University of Newcastle
Richard McElligott , University College Dublin
Nalin Mehta, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Emma Poulton, University of Durham
Steve Redhead, Charles Sturt University
Hai Ren, Beijing Sport University
Randy Roberts,  Purdue University
Jessica Robinson, University of Chicago
David Rowe, University of Western Sydney
Martha Saavedra, University of California at Berkeley
Tony Schirato, Victoria University, Wellington
Alberto Testa, Brunel University, University of London
Lone Friis Thing, University of Copenhagen
Kristine Toohey, Griffith University, Australia
Hans Westerbeek, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Kath Woodward, The Open University

Abtracting & Indexing: Sport in Society is covered by the following abstracting & indexing services:

CABI - Agricultural Economics Database ; Agricultural Engineering Abstracts (Online) ; CAB Abstracts (Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux); Crop Science Database ; Global Health ; Leisure Tourism Database ; Nutrition and Food Sciences Database ; Review of Aromatic and Medicinal Plants (Online) ; Rural Development Abstracts (Online) ; World Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Abstracts (Online)

EBSCOhost - Political Science Complete , 1/1/2004- ; PsycINFO , 2006- TOC Premier (Table of Contents), 1/1/2004-

Elsevier BV - Scopus , 2005-

OCLC - CSA Sociological Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Core

Ovid - PsycINFO , 2006-

ProQuest - Biological Sciences , Selective; CSA Social Services Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Selective; CSA Sociological Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Core; CSA Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Selective; Health and Safety Science Abstracts (Online) ; PsycINFO , 2006-

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