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The goal of JASM is to be a valuable addition to the practical, specialist literature by focusing on empirical results and conceptual work that can inform sport industry practice. Accordingly, only manuscripts that make a strong contribution to the sport industry based on practical, conceptual/empirical grounding will be considered for publication.
Manuscripts may address a wide range of issues in sport management but must be presented concisely in order to quickly communicate important pieces of new and innovative research. For example, theoretical manuscripts could be presented as a thought-provoking precursor to a fully developed manuscript to be submitted to elsewhere. Similarly, an experimental or empirical manuscript should offer robust, thorough, and complete results, but should be presented in a digestible, concise, and practical tone.
In order to meet the applied focus of the journal, manuscripts must provide readers a medium to digest a large amount of material in a usable form. The following are important aspects of this concise format:
Reference pages should adhere to the guidelines included in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association: 6th Edition. Authors are responsible for precise execution of this requirement. Please note that periods after authors’ initials require ONE space before the next initial (Ex: Walker, M. B.), and that ONE space is to be used after each period (EX: Andrew, D. P. S. (2012). The study of…).
Prose Guide for Authors
*Note: Section titles do not have to be consistent with those presented below.
I. Research Problem(s) Addressed: Very clearly and concisely state the purpose of the manuscript and what it examined. A concise and focused preamble should be wrapped around an equally concise and focused purpose statement.
Example: The purpose of this manuscript was to examine the attitudes of NCAA Division I men’s intercollegiate basketball season ticket holders regarding seat assessment fees.
a. State the importance of the issue(s) contained in the manuscript and why they are worthy of the practitioner’s time and attention. Alternatively, if the study is more theoretical/conceptual in nature, this information should describe why the issue being discussed is worthy of future researcher attention.
Example: This research contains timely information that reveals a significant number of season ticket holders surveyed were unhappy with the additional assessment fees that came with new arena construction and/or retrofitting/redevelopment. The research also revealed that a significant number of the season ticket holders were willing to pay such fees if guaranteed the first rights of refusal to purchase tickets, regardless of their levels of understanding of and/or agreement with the purpose of the fee.
b. Identify the intended audience/stakeholder group(s) the study was designed to inform. This information should identify any gaps in the literature, or pressing need for the study in sport and sport-related disciplines.
Example: This article is likely useful to intercollegiate athletics department personnel and other major stakeholders of intercollegiate athletics, particularly those involved with or considering capital campaigns that include new facility development, facility retrofitting, reseating, or ticket price adjustments. Other sport managers at varying levels of sport who are involved with revenue generation through seating will also find this article useful.
II. Background, Literature Review, and/or Framework: Provide a detailed version of item “b” above that clearly explains the important facets and background of the issues examined in the manuscript. It should resemble an extremely shortened version of the literature review including only references that are so germane to the manuscript they cannot be ignored. If utilized, theoretical frameworks should also be presented in this section but should be tightly woven into the related/core literature. As stated above, this section should be 1-1.5 pages.
III. Method: Clearly explain what you measured and how you measured it. While this section should be concise, it should also be detailed enough to assist future scholars with both replication and extension of the presented work. If the manuscript is theoretical/conceptual in nature, this section can be used to offer testable propositions, or clearly explain how the concept(s) being discussed might be applied to sport and sport-related organizations.
IV. Results: In very simplistic language, explain everything that the study found or did not find. Bring as little statistical jargon into this section as possible (with the exceptions of “significant” and “non-significant” findings and explanations regarding the size of the significant effects). Instead, explain the results/major logical points of the study in everyday terms. Effect sizes or the amount of explained variance, while necessary, should be presented in practical easy to understand language.
Online Submission Instructions
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