Journal of Contemporary Athletics

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, 2012

Adiscussion of Work-Family Conflict and Related Theories in Ncaadivision I Sports Information Professionals
Sports information professionals (SIDs) serve as the link between teams and the public and as a direct tie from university athletic departments to the media. Responding to increasing spectator interest in college sports, media outlets have increased...
Beyond the "Business Case" for the Wnba: Astrategic Perspectives Approach for League Sustainability
The Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) is comprised of 13 professional teams which are largely backed by the economic power of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Created in 1996, many WNBA teams are controlled by NBA franchise owners,...
Investigating the Influence of Past Football Experience and Perceived Football Knowledge on Attitude, Credibility, Expertise and Trustworthiness, and Future Search Intention
INTRODUCTIONSport fans today are exposed to their favorite pastimes through various media such as newspapers, radio, magazines, the Internet, and television. Sport can be viewed at any time, from anywhere through new media such as the Internet (Boyle...
Ncaadivision I Head Softball Coaches' Confidence, Openness and Stigma Tolerance toward Sport Psychology Consultants
INTRODUCTIONCoaching on the collegiate level has become increasingly more demanding. It would seem as though coaches live vicariously in a "fishbowl" that knows only winning and losing (Giges, Petitpas, and Vernacchia, 2004). Coaches are responsible...
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