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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Friday, November 2 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Sport, Physical Culture, & Labor

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This Open Session will explore the relationship between sport labor and physical culture.

Speakers
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Matthew Hawzen

Assistant Professor, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Pre-professional internships have become a compulsory element of undergraduate education in general, and in sport management specifically, over the past 20 years. These often low- or unpaid positions tend to be championed by program developers and internship coordinators as a means... Read More →
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Victor Kidd

Narrative Construction of Athletic Identity Among Black High School Football Players: An Exploration of Pre-Collegiate Exposure to Identity Foreclosure, University of South Carolina
Salient athletic identity, resulting from athletic role engulfment (Adler & Adler, 1991; Goldberg & Chandler, 1995), causes athletes to experience difficulties such as mental health and suicide ideation (Beamon & Bell, 2011). Previous research has included general examinations of... Read More →
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Christopher McLeod

Texas Tech University
The Construction of a New Labor-Capital Relation: Professional Rugby in the United StatesProfessional Rugby Organization (PRO) and Major League Rugby (MLR), the first professional rugby leagues in the United States, were established in 2016 and 2018 respectively. PRO and MLR signal... Read More →
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John Nauright

University of North Texas
The Construction of a New Labor-Capital Relation: Professional Rugby in the United StatesProfessional Rugby Organization (PRO) and Major League Rugby (MLR), the first professional rugby leagues in the United States, were established in 2016 and 2018 respectively. PRO and MLR signal... Read More →
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Calvin Nite

University of North Texas
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Richard Southall

University of South Carolina
Why am I Overseas? Oscillating Migration Experiences of Former U.S. Men’s Collegiate Basketball PlayersPrevious literature examining sport labor migration has explored motivations for professional migration and similarities of black college-athletes and oscillating migrant laborers... Read More →
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Kristopher White

The Dangerous Economic Power Relation Between the NCAA and Student-Athletes: Ethical Issues of Normalized Overconformity, Florida State University
Over the course of the past century, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has cultivated a powerful organization that has become a prevailing source of entertainment in society. The commercialization of collegiate sports has catapulted the “non-profit” organization... Read More →
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Grace Yan

The Political Economy of Air Pollution and NFL Attendance: A Reflection on Corporate Environmentalism, University of South Carolina
Environmental practices have become popular among sport leagues and teams. These practices often promote the knowledge that sustainability is good for both the environment and businesses in a marketplace requiring increasing sensitivity to consumers’ environmental concerns (Poncelet... Read More →

Moderators
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Matthew Hawzen

Assistant Professor, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Pre-professional internships have become a compulsory element of undergraduate education in general, and in sport management specifically, over the past 20 years. These often low- or unpaid positions tend to be championed by program developers and internship coordinators as a means... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 1:30pm - 2:45pm PDT
English Bay

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