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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Thursday, November 1 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Student Poster Session

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This session(s) will be open to undergraduate students and graduate (e.g., masters, doctoral) student submissions of works-in-progress and well-developed research presented in poster format. Similar to the Call for Sessions, this session seeks research that “promote, stimulate, and encourage the sociological study of play, games, sport and contemporary physical culture”. Supporting the NASSS mission, research posters may also reveal how sport and music challenge the social, economic, and political landscape that often illuminate inequities of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, ability, age, and religious ideologies. Research poster submissions may also demonstrate how the relationship between sport and music (i.e. Alternative, Blues, Chant (Rhythmic Expression), Classical, Country, Dance, Disco, Fitness & Workout, Folk, Funk, Gospel, Heavy Metal, Hip Hop/Rap, Instrumental (Marching Bands/Pep Bands), Jazz, Latin, Movie scores, Opera, Orchestra, Popular, Punk, Reggae, Religious, R & B/Soul, Rock, Techno, Tex-Mex/Tejano, World & etc.) have influenced career industries such as medicine, psychology and counseling, media and film, event management, marketing & public relations, journalism, engineering and technology, fashion, and beyond. We encourage creativity and innovation in the development of topics. We also encourage research that challenge dominant ideologies and hegemonic structures.

Speakers
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Jamie Ali

Western Illinois University
Poster PresentationMarketing to Season and Non-Season Ticket Holders in SportThe purpose of this research study is to gain insight on the marketing that goes into professional/collegiate sports. Organizations across the US are generating more revenue annually through ticket sales... Read More →
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Madison Ardizzi

University of British Columbia
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Andrea Bundon

The University of British Columbia
Disability in the gym: Perceptions and understandings of individuals with disabilitiesThe study examines the attitudes, perceptions, and understandings of personal trainers and instructors in regards to disability and people with disabilities. The analysis mainly focuses on discovering... Read More →
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Elizabeth Coats

Olivet College
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Charles Crowley

Transition 101: Creating a pathway of Black student excellence in sport education, Olivet College
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the transition and acclimation of undergraduate students of color that attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to graduate school in the field of sport. More specifically we will discuss the pedagogical efforts to prepare... Read More →
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Isaiah Duncan

Western Illinois University
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Kevin Gbadebo

Western Illinois University
The Influence of Shoe Companies in AAU BasketballThe Amateur Athletic Union is one of the largest non-profit and multi-sport event organizations for amateurs, founded in 1888. AAU boy’s basketball can be viewed as an outlet, providing opportunities for middle school through high... Read More →
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Nancy Van Hoozier

Olivet College
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Michael Hutchinson

Western Illinois University
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Hailey A. Jungel

Olivet University
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Connor MacDonald MacDonald

Sport in the Lives of LGBTQ Calgarians, University of Calgary
The goal of this honours thesis research was to investigate the role that sport played in the lives of LGBTQ Calgarians (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) in the latter decades of the 20th century. Three gay men who resided in Calgary in the 1980s and 90s participated in oral history semi-structured... Read More →
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Brent Turner

Western Illinois University
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Ljudmila Zaleteli

The University of British Columbia

Moderators
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Michaela Kaliniak

Olivet College


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 12:15pm PDT
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