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Search. Search articles for. Advanced filters. Published After. Year MonthDay. Published Before. Year MonthDay. By Author. Search. 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 ...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. Intercollegiate Athletics, 2001), a worrisome reality for many programs prioritiz-ing winning at all costs. Wolverton (2008) suggests that the academic spending boom is a combination of reduced admissions standards for prospective athletes coupled with more stringent National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) academic-progress requirements.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.One of the top “high-impact” journals in the field, the New England Journal of Medicine is highly influential and widely cited by medical professionals and other scientists in their research. It’s published by the Massachusetts Medical Soci...Countertransference happens to nearly all therapists. But there are steps you can take to minimize its frequency. Countertransference doesn’t make you a bad therapist. Once you understand it, you can use it to help your client move forward....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. In recent years, sports fans have witnessed a shift in the way sports news is reported. Traditional media outlets have been challenged by a new player in the game – The Athletic. Founded in 2016, The Athletic has quickly become a go-to sour...JO - Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. JF - Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. IS - 2. ER - Powered by Pure, Scopus & Elsevier Fingerprint Engine ...Journal of Amateur Sport Volume Six, Issue T wo Huml et al., 2020 57 Table 2 Intercorrelations for Subconstructs of athletic- related investment, a cademic -related investment, and PSSM (sense of ...Journal of Intercollegiate Sport | Read 271 articles with impact on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport …The purpose of this study sought to investigate factors that influence student-athletes’ satisfaction with academic services within athletics departments. Additionally, we examined the relationship between student-athletes’ satisfaction and academic performance (i.e., GPA). A total of 226 NCAA Division I student-athletes from a Midwestern university …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 …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 …The College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) is pleased to sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA), a peer-reviewed, scholarly, open-access journal dedicated to encouraging, supporting, and disseminating interdisciplinary and interuniversity collaborative college-sport research.This investigation makes three noteworthy contributions to literature on the Relative Age Effect (RAE); 1) it adds to the small number of studies in women’s sports, 2) it is one of very few papers to examine the RAE in intercollegiate athletics, and 3) it (re-)introduces “academic timing” to the discussion of RAEs in this context.Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 7 (2), 218-244, 2014. 44: 2014: From engaged worker to workaholic: A mediated model of athletic department employees.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 behavior in a physical and personal space that have the poten-tial to develop character, moral development, self-efficacy, respect, and personal honorable significance.Rating: 7/10 I don’t think Inventing Anna, Shonda Rhimes’ second show for Netflix as a producer and her first one as a creator since Scandal, will be as hot among the streamer’s subscribers as Bridgerton was — the Regency-era romance is Net...This study examines the correlation between athletic identity and academic major selection among intercollegiate student-athletes. A thorough review of literature focusing on academic clustering, athletic identity, and academic development leads to the development of two hypotheses – 1) student-athletes with stronger athletic identity will have a declared major of …Jul 9, 2019 · Major concerns? A longitudinal analysis of student-athletes' academic majors in comparative perspective. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 3, 213-233. Sellers, R. (1992). Racial difference in the predictors for academic achievement of student-athletes in division I revenue producing sports. Sociology of Sport Journal, 9, 48-59. Sellers, R. (2000). Sep 8, 2020 · Collegiate student athletes are faced with unique challenges as they are often forced to negotiate between demanding social, athletic, and academic roles. These competing priorities can put student athletes at greater risk for experiencing physical and psychological health problems than their non-athlete peers. Journal of Sports Economics, 14, 584 ... Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 5, 207 ...As Matz writes of Brand’s 2006 article, “The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics in Universities” published in the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, “Brand unwittingly planted the theoretical seeds in his article that warrant having (intercollegiate athletics) contribute directly to a new academic major and hence to better fulfill his desideratum that …Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 10(2) 184-206. Taylor, E. and J. E. Wells (2017), “Institutionalized Barriers and Supports of Female Athletic Directors: A Multilevel Perspective,” Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 10(2), 157-183.A Boston University student used her college's innovation center to create Wicked Smaht Comedy, an intercollegiate comedy group.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.Journal 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. Download to reference manager.Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 10(2) 184-206. Taylor, E. and J. E. Wells (2017), “Institutionalized Barriers and Supports of Female Athletic Directors: A Multilevel Perspective,” Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 10(2), 157-183.Abstract. The purpose of this exploratory study was to investigate perceptions of sport and exercise career opportunities and barriers among females at different career stages. Focus groups, consisting of high school students (n = 20), university students (n = 8) and graduates (n = 7) studying/working in sport and exercise, were formulated.Dec 1, 2009 · 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 programs, particularly NCAA Division 1 FBS football and basketball, as a means to achieve a wide range of ... Search. Search articles for. Advanced filters. Published After. Year MonthDay. Published Before. Year MonthDay. By Author. Search.Jul 12, 2017 · Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 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. Wiese-Bjornstal, D. M. (2009). Sport Injury and College Athlete Health across the Lifespan. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 2(1), 64–80. https://doi.org/10.1123 ...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 …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 ...The College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) is pleased to sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA), a peer-reviewed, scholarly, open-access journal dedicated to encouraging, supporting, and disseminating interdisciplinary and interuniversity collaborative college-sport research. As the College Sport Research Institute ... Inequality in Intercollegiate Athletics 7 At a special summer convention in 1973, the Association moved to placate the big-time colleges by breaking into three divisions. Each division would oper-ate with significant autonomy, setting its own policies with regard to scholarship limits or number of coaches per sport.The purpose of the current study was to identify the individual team coverage provided on NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic web sites ( n = 20) during the three sport seasons (Fall, Winter ...Journal of Amateur Sport Volume Six, Issue T wo Huml et al., 2020 57 Table 2 Intercorrelations for Subconstructs of athletic- related investment, a cademic -related investment, and PSSM (sense of ...This adds to the complexity of examining forms of discrimination experienced by Black women in college sports. The study found racial clustering, the single-axis lens of Title IX, and NCAA gender equity programs collectively provide harm to Black women in college sports and uniquely attack their ability to achieve equity in college sports.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 …Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 9, 27-49. Readdy, T., Raabe, J., & Harding, J. S. (2014). Student-athletes’ perceptions of an extrinsic reward program: A mixed-methods exploration of self-determination theory in the context of college football.Hampton, VA, 23368. [email protected]. 757-632-8152. W. Timothy Orr is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Sports Administration Graduate Program at Hampton University in Hampton, VA. His research interests focus on Intercollegiate Athletic Administration and student-athlete academic success.Despite the significant progress in female sports since the passage of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, athletic spaces remain largely sexist environ-ments whereby female athletes are subjugated by institutional systems rooted in patriarchy (Corbett & Johnson, 2000; Flowers, 2015; Tryce & Brooks, 2010).Kwon, H., & Trail, G. (2001). Sport fan motivation: A comparison of American students and international students. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 10(3), 147-155. Lapchick, R. (2010). The effect of the economic downturn on college athletes and athletic departments on issues of diversity and inclusion. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 3(1), 81-95.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 coachesSearch. Search articles for. Advanced filters. Published After. Year MonthDay. Published Before. Year MonthDay. By Author. Search.The sport of American football was invented in New Brunswick, N.J., on Nov. 6, 1869. Players from Princeton and Rutgers Universities participated in an intercollegiate contest that closely resembled a soccer-style game, according to the His...Mar 9, 2022 · Home / Archives / Vol. 15 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport / Articles Athletic Fundraising: An In-depth Analysis of the Challenges Faced and Strategies Utilized in the NCAA Division II Athletic Landscape Exploring the relationship between intercollegiate athletic expenditures and team on-field success among NCAA Division I institutions. Journal of Sports Economics, 14, 584 – 605. Google Scholar | SAGE Journals | ISISometimes, it can feel like your emotions are doing all the talking. Like a particularly powerful emotion is t Sometimes, it can feel like your emotions are doing all the talking. Like a particularly powerful emotion is the driver and you’r...Hampton, VA, 23368. [email protected]. 757-632-8152. W. Timothy Orr is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Sports Administration Graduate Program at Hampton University in Hampton, VA. His research interests focus on Intercollegiate Athletic Administration and student-athlete academic success. 2006 Journal of the Philosophy of Sport article, “The Role and Value of Intercolle-giate Athletics in Universities” in his exploration of “Myles Brand: Intercollegiate Athletics Within the Limits of the Academic Mission Alone.” He pushes Brand’s analogy of athletics and the performing arts to an unprecedented suggestion: theDec 1, 2017 · 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 Osborne 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), …Lanter, J. R., & Hawkins, B. J. (2013). The economic model of intercollegiate athletics and its effects on the college athlete educational experience. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 6(1), 86-95. Lens, J. (2021). Operation varsity blues and the NCAA's special Admission Exception. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 31(1), 147-200.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 programs, particularly NCAA Division 1 FBS football and basketball, as a means to achieve a wide range of ...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 ...Burton LJ, Welty-peachey J. Transition of the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport. 2019;12(1):1. doi: 10.17161/jis.v12i1.11639 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 di...Jun 23, 2023 · Brandon A. Knettel, Emily M. Cherenack, Courtney Bianchi-Rossi, Stress, Anxiety, Binge Drinking, and Substance Use Among College Student-Athletes: A Cross-Sectional Analysis , Journal of Intercollegiate Sport: Vol. 14 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Mental health challenges and substance use are common among college athletes, yet few studies have been conducted to understand substance use as a coping strategy. The pressures of collegiate athletics - including commitments to training, travel, and competition - can contribute to maladaptive coping among college athletes, including …Oct 10, 2022 · Leading Student-Athletes to Success Beyond the Field: Assessing the Role of Leadership in Adopting High Impact Practices in Intercollegiate Athletics. Jessica Braunstein-Minkove, Nicolo Russolillo, Ryan King-White. 72-105. The College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) is pleased to sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA), a peer-reviewed, scholarly, open-access journal dedicated to encouraging, supporting, and disseminating interdisciplinary and interuniversity collaborative college-sport research.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.Footwear is an issue in any sport, Le said, but the movements associated with volleyball make it critical to have the right fit. "Volleyball is one of the most jumping-related sports," she said. "The shoe — especially with ankle stability and the ability to move laterally and vertically without feeling in danger of hurting yourself ...One of the top “high-impact” journals in the field, the New England Journal of Medicine is highly influential and widely cited by medical professionals and other scientists in their research. It’s published by the Massachusetts Medical Soci...The immense pressure faced by college student-athletes to balance participation in sports with other responsibilities can contribute to unhealthy coping …Feb 26, 2021 · Modern-day political discord has led to a recent spate of athletes using their platform to make statements about America. One under-researched aspect to modern sport activism is the study of the symbols themselves, such as the controversial kneeling during the national anthem by National Football League players, statement-making pregame apparel worn by National Basketball Association stars ... 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 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 …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.Jul 12, 2017 · Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 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. Food journaling can help you along your nutrition journey whatever your health goals. We give you tips on compiling a food journal — and a sample! We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this pag.... Steele et al. A Systematic Literature Review on the Academanagement positions in college sport programs at t 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.). The College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) is pleased 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 ...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 ... 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