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Prediction of Group Membership

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... 12(4), 273–287. Luna-R. Arocas, & T. Tang (2005). The use of cluster analysis to segment clients of a sport center in Spain. European Sport Management Quarterly, 5(4), 381–413. Ross, S.D. (2007). Segmenting sports fans using brand associations:...

Significance of Group Differences

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... Cunningham, & L. Kensicki (2004). Using athletes as endorsers to sell women’s sport: Attractiveness vs. expertise. Journal of Sport Management, 18(4), 350–367. G. Kyle, D. Kerstetter, & F. Guadagnolo (2003). Manipulating consumer price...

Analyses of Structure

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... Analysis S. Inglis, K. Danylchuk, & D. Pastore (1996). Understanding retention factors in coaching and athletic management positions. Journal of Sport Management, 10(3), 237–249. D. Pastore, B. Goldfine, & H. Riemer (1996). NCAA college...

Interviews

Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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...After studying this chapter, you should be able to do the following:Effectively and objectively enter the field to conduct research interviewsIdentify the appropriate interview technique for your particular research questionUnderstand...

Observation Research

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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...After studying this chapter, you should be able to do the following:Provide a definition of ethnography and describe the various types of observation researchUnderstand how observation research can be conducted by sport management...

Expanding Global Consumer Market for American Sports

Mark S. Nagel

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Matt T. Brown

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Matt T. Brown

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Dan A. Rascher

Dan A. Rascher

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Sport and Public Policy : Social, Political, and Economic Perspectives

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... popularity resulted in the formation of professional teams and leagues. In 1869 the Cincinnati Reds became the first professional baseball team in the world (“Cincinnati Reds,” n.d.). In 1876 the National League was established...

Creation of Research Questions

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... help ensure that your study will be pertinent to those working in the field. In one example, McEvoy and Morse (2007) examined how game attendance for an NCAA Division I men’s basketball program was affected by whether or not the game...

Data Collection and Analysis

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... The most common measures of effect size are Cohen’s d and Pearson’s correlation coefficient r (Field, 2001). Just because a particular test is statistically significant does not mean that the effect it measures is meaningful or important,...

Research Design

Damon P. S. Andrew

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Damon P. S. Andrew, PhD, is a professor and dean at Troy University in the College of Health and Human Services. His academic credentials include an associate’s degree from Jefferson Davis Community College, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of South Alabama, two additional master’s degrees in biomechanics and sport management from the University of Florida, and a PhD in sport administration from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul M. Pedersen

Paul M. Pedersen, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management and the director of the sport management doctoral program at Indiana University at Bloomington. Previously, Pedersen taught sport communication and management courses at several colleges and universities, including Bowling Green State University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. He received his PhD from Florida State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Chad D. McEvoy

Chad D. McEvoy, EdD, is an Associate Professor at Illinois State University, where he is the coordinator of the sport management graduate program. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, McEvoy worked in marketing and fund raising in intercollegiate athletics at Iowa State University and Western Michigan University. He has conducted research projects for clients at various level of sport, including professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, Olympic sport, and sports agency organizations. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... Stevens, 1996), (c) each domain was subjected to a reliability testing, and domains with alpha coefficient equal to or greater than .50 were deemed acceptable (Baumgartner & Jackson, 1999), and (d) items that reduced the reliability of a factor...

Legal Research

Research Methods and Design in Sport Management

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... the parties and the court use both of these two techniques—analogy and distinguishing precedent—to support their arguments and resolve the case. Read the following case, Dusckiewicz v. Carter, 52 A.2d 788 (Vt. 1947), then consider the questions...