Sport Management Review Insights is your accompaniment to the academic journal, Sport Management Review. The podcast will delve into the journal’s published research by speaking to the researchers themselves. Each podcast is dedicated to a published research article from the journal, which you’ll also be able to read at the Sport Management Review website. If you love sport, you'll love Sport Management Review Insights! Thanks to the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SMAANZ) for supporting the podcast. Sport Management Review (SMR) is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations.
Safeguarding culture for children in sport with Daniel Rhind
In this episode we chat to Daniel Rhind from Loughborough University about conceptualising a safety culture from a child safeguarding in sport perspective .
We discuss the article Daniel and co-authors Frank Owusu-Sekyere and Laura Hills published about the topic "Safeguarding culture: towards a new approach to preventing child maltreatment in sport".
Contributing to crisis response and recovery with Yuhei Inoue
In this episode we chat to Yuhei Inoue from Manchester Metropolitan University about how sport organisations can play a more active role in contributing to crisis response and recovery.
We discuss the article Yuhei and co-authors Daniel Lock, Leah Gillooly, Richard Shipway, and Steve Swanson published about the topic "The organizational identification and well-being framework: theorizing about how sport organizations contribute to crisis response and recovery".
The value of co-creation in sport co-streaming with Tyreal Qian
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from Louisiana State University about the relationships among co-streamer expertise, co-streamer identification, co-streaming fit, virtual interactions, and continuous watching intentions.
We discuss the article Tyreal published about the topic "Watching sports on Twitch? A study of factors influencing continuance intentions to watch Thursday Night Football co-streaming".
Sport-based youth development programs with Wonju Lee
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from the University of Illinois about the influence of sport-based youth development programs on intentional self-regulation.
We discuss the article Wonju and co-authors Gareth Jones, Moonsup Hyun, Daniel Funk, Liz Taylor, and Jon Welty Peachey published about the topic "Development and transference of intentional self-regulation through a sport-based youth development program".
Colliding mandates of social enterprises with Mitchell McSweeney
In this episode we chat to Mitchell McSweeney from York University about analysing the bicycles for development "movement" as hybrid organisations attempting to achieve development goals.
We discuss the article Mitchell and co-authors Lyndsay Hayhurst, Brian Wilson, Emerald Bandoles, and Kelvin Leung published about the topic "Colliding mandates of social enterprises: exploring the financial strategies, environment, and social-market tensions of bicycles-for-development organizations".
Employee engagement in sport for development with Per Svensson
In this episode we chat to Per Svensson from Louisiana State University about the utility of employee engagement in the context of the sport for development workforce.
We discuss the article Per and co-authors Shinhee Jeong, Brad Shuck, and Marcella Otto published about the topic "Antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement in sport for development".