2017 Published Work Highlights
Bold SPTE faculty member
*Bold SPTE Ph.D. student
Ballouli, K. (2017). Sound affects: How music transforms the way spectators and participants consume sport. Sport and Entertainment Review, 3(1), 3-8.
Ballouli, K., Koesters, T. C., & Hall, T. (in press). Leverage and activation of sponsorship through music festivals. Event Management, 1-26.
Ballouli, K., Reese, J. D., & Brown, B. (2017). Effects of mood states and team identification on pricing in the secondary ticket market. Sport, Business, and Management: An International Journal, 7(3), 276-292.
Brunette, C., Vo, N., & Watanabe, N. M. (2017). Donation intention in current students: An analysis of university engagement and sense of place in future athletic, academic, and split donors. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 10, 78-100.
Cohen, A., & Ballouli, K. (in press). Exploring the cultural intersection of music, sport, and physical activity among at-risk urban youth. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 1-37.
*Collins, D., & Heere, B. (in press). Sunday afternoon social capital: An ethnographic study of the Southern City Jets. European Sport Management Quarterly.
Gillentine, A., Miller, J. & Ollinger, A. (2017-in press). A Content Analysis of the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport: 1992-2016. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport.
Grady, J. (2017). Analyzing Rule 40’s restrictions on using athletes in Olympic sponsorship at Rio 2016. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 15(1), 1-5.
Grady, J. & McKelvey, S. (in press). #Congratulations but #SeeYouInCourt: Olympic hashtag restrictions raise concerns over Trademark rights and free speech. Harvard Journal of Sport and Entertainment Law.
Heere, B. (in press). Embracing the sportification of society: Defining e-sports through a polymorphic view on sport. Sport Management Review.
Hills, S., Heere, B., & Walker, M. (in press). The British Olympic Football team: A quasi-experimental assessment of support for a new sport team among Scottish and English football fans. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing.
Hunt, E., Wang, K., & Yan, G. (2017). Acculturative stress as a moderator for international student drinking behaviors and alcohol use consequences. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 16(3), 263-275.
*Hwang, Y., & Ballouli, K. (in press). Contemporary issues and opportunities for university branding through fight songs. Journal of School Public Relations, 1-30.
*Hwang, Y., Ballouli, K., So, K. K. F., & Heere, B. (in press). Effects of brand congruity and game difficulty on gamers’ response to advertising in sport video games. Journal of Sport Management.
*Jara-Pazmino, E. S., Heere, B., Regan, T. H., Blake, C.E., & Southall, R. M. (2017). Coaches’ perception of organizational socialization process of international student-athletes and the effect of cultural distance: An exploratory study. International Journal of Exercise Science, 10(6), 875-889.
Katz, M., Bass, J., Heere, B., & Dixon, M. A. (2017). Front Porch, small house: A longitudinal study of team and university identification among incoming students at a Division III university. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 10(1), 103-125.
Katz, M., Ward, R. M., & Heere, B. (in press) Examining Attendance through Social Network Analysis: The Effect of Centrality and Team Identification for Games Attendance for a Division I College Hockey Team. Sport Management Review.
Koesters, T. C., Brown, M. T., & Nagel, M. S. (2017). Defending your sponsorship: The outlawing of “paid patriotism.” Sport Marketing Quarterly, 26(2), 121-124.
Lee, S., Kim, Y. K., & Heere, B. (in press). Does emotional advertising have a stronger effect on sport consumer behavior than rational advertising? Using an experiment to compare emotional, rational and combination advertising. Sport Marketing Quarterly.
Lee, S., Kim, Y. K., & Heere, B. (in press). Sport team emotion: Conceptualization, scale development and validation. Sport Management Review.
Lock, D., & Heere, B. (in press). Identity crisis: A theoretical analysis of ‘team identification’ research. European Sport Management Quarterly.
McKelvey, S. & Grady, J. (2017). #JoinTheConversation: The evolving legal landscape of using hashtags in sport. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 27(1), 90-105.
Mercado, J. & Grady, J. (2017). Teaching environmental sustainability across the sport management curriculum. Sport Management Education Journal, 11(2), 122-127.
Morehead, C. A., Shapiro, S. L., Madden, T. M., Reams, L., & McEvoy, C. D. (2017). Athletic ticket pricing in the collegiate environment: An agenda for research. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 10, 83-102.
Podoshen, J., Yan, G., Venkatesh, V., Wallin, J., & Andrzejewski, S. (in press). Dark tourism, abjection and blood: A phenomenological approach in a festival context. Tourism Management.
Popp, N., McEvoy, C., & Watanabe, N. M. (2017). Do college athletics marketers convert social media growth into ticket sales? International Journal of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship, 18(2), 212-227.
Reams, L, & Shapiro, S. L. (2017). Who’s the main attraction? Examining star power as a determinant of UFC pay-per-view demand. European Sport Management Quarterly, 17, 132-151.
Rundio, A., & Heere, B. (in press). The battle for the bid: Chicago 2016, No Games Chicago, and the lessons to be learned. Sport Management Review.
Sato, S., Gipson, C., Todd, S. Y., & Harada, M. (in press). The relationship between sport tourists’ perceived value and destination loyalty: An experience-use history segmentation approach. Journal of Sport & Tourism.
Shapiro, S. L., DeSchriver, T. D., & Rascher, D. A. (2017). The Beckham effect: Examining the longitudinal impact of a star performer on league marketing, novelty, and scarcity. European Sport Management Quarterly, 5, 610-634.
Walker, M., Hills, S., & Heere, B. (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of corporate social responsibility on program participants: Addressing the Achilles heel of CSR through sport-for-development theory. Journal of Business Ethics, 143(1), 53-70.
Watanabe, N. M., & Soebbing, B. P. (2017). Chinese Super League: Attendance, pricing, and team performance. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 7(2), 157-174.
Watanabe, N. M., Wicker, P., & Yan, G. (2017). Weather conditions, travel distance, rest, and running performance: The 2014 FIFA World Cup and Implications for the Future. Journal of Sport Management, 31(1), 27-43.
Watanabe, N. M., Yan, G., Soebbing, B. P., & Pegoraro, A (2017). Is there economic discrimination on sport social media? An analysis of Major League Baseball. Journal of Sport Management, 31(4), 374-386.
Watanabe, N. M., Wicker, P., & Yan, G. (2017). Running performance, fatigue, and weather conditions: The 2014 FIFA World Cup and implications for the future. Journal of Sport Management, 31(1), 27-43.
Warner, S., Sparvero, E., Shapiro, S. L. & Anderson, A. (2017). Yielding healthy community with sport? Journal of Sport for Development, 8(5), 41-52.
*Wear, H., *Collins, D., & Heere, B. (in press). What’s in a name? A case study of NBA basketball in Charlotte. Sport Marketing Quarterly.
*Wear, H., Hills, S., Heere, B., & Walker, M. (in press). Communal team brand associations as drivers of team identity and consumer behavior. Global Sport Management Journal.
Yan, G., Kloeppel, M., & Li, R. (2017). Producing Extreme Metal festivals: Through Lacan's gaze. Tourism Management, 59, 579-589.
Yan, G., Pegoraro, A., & Watanabe, N. M. (in press). Student-Athletes’ organization of activism at the University of Missouri: Resource mobilization on Twitter. Journal of Sport Management.
Yan, G., Steller, D., Watanabe, N., & Popp, N. (in press). What determines user-generated content of college football? Analytical modeling from the lens of structuration theory. International Journal of Sport Communication.
Baker, T. A., Edelman, M., & Watanabe, N. M. (in press). Debunking the NCAA’s myth that amateurism conforms with antitrust law: A legal and statistical analysis. Tennessee Law Review