Accepted abstracts

Here you can find a list of all abstracts presented at Play the Game 2017

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(Please observe that for various reasons not all accepted abstracts were presented at the conference)

 

Abstracts that were presented at Play the Game 2017:

  • The requirements of integrity in Sport Global Governance, Alberto Carrio Sampedro
  • Any spares? I’ll buy or sell: An ethnographic study of black market ticket sales, Alessandro Moretti
  • Football’s Secret Trade, Alex Duff
  • Governance in sport: Legitimacy in the Colombian sports federations, Ana Arias Castaño
  • Elephant in the Room? Prevalence of Doping in Elite Sport, Andrea Petroczi
  • Toward an Olympic Governance Legacy, Andrew Spalding
  • Kristen Worley\s case & what it means for the rights of athletes, Andy Brown
  • Publish or perish: The need for transparency at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Antoine Duval
  • Extended Athletes’ Rights - A Necessary Power Shift in Elite Sport?, Benjamin Bendrich
  • Norwegian Ski Federation and two doping cases: crisis management and lost reputation, Berit Skirstad
  • VOICEs for truth and dignity - combatting sexual violence in European sport through the voices of those affected, Bettina Rulofs
  • Expanding the National Football League to the European and Global Sports Marketplace: An Examination of Sports Consumption and Cultural Differences, Bradley Ridpath
  • Perceptions of Differences in American educationally based sports and the European Club Sport Development system, Bradley Ridpath
  • Embedding the human rights of athletes in world sport, Brendan Schwab
  • Does revenue growth make football\s financial regulation obsolete?, Christian Mueller
  • Rendering the Games: the essence of the mega-event accumulation regime, Christopher Gaffney
  • Money Matters: The Impact of Prize Money on Doping Behavior - An Agent-based Analysis, Daniel Westmattelmann
  • How to protect the clean athletes?, David Müller
  • The Third Team: A New Model for Analysing Board Potential and Performance, Denis Mowbray
  • From Rio to Hamburg and Back: The Sport Mega Event Politics of Camouflage,  Dennis Pauschinger
  • Culture Matters: Compliance in sports, Dolf Segaar
  • Pirates of the Caribbean. Censorship and alternative in the Cuban sports press, Eloy Viera Cañive
  • Matchfixing: what makes an athlete rig a match?  A study on the personal and contextual determinants of the willingness to fix a match in Football, Els De Waegeneer
  • Good Governance in International Sport Federations: the use of ethical codes. Els De Waegeneer
  • For a good governance starting by the law of sport, Elvira Baze
  • City of Exception, Emanuel Mello Mattos
  • Romanian Football Federation: In search of good governance, Florian Petrică
  • Understanding the applicability of good governance guidelines in developing sports systems, Geoff Schoenberg
  • Fight against doping in the top level sport of the FRG - expression of good governance?, Gerhard Treutlein
  • Who Belongs to the Nation? Sport, Migration and Citizenship Changes, Gijsbert Oonk
  • Introducing the way how marathons can become more exciting television product, Grzegorz Lagowski
  • Money Laundering in professional football, Hans Nelen
  • 040Beweeglab: living lab Sports & Vitality Eindhoven, Harmen Bijsterbosch
  • Hosting major events: Why all the problems?, Harry-Arne Solberg
  • Obsessed with perfect pictures, Ian Mengel
  • Sustainable mega-events: A look at some of the solutions related to the organization of the Olympic Games, Igor Kováč
  • Diversity in football and sport coaching and leadership, Jacco Sterkenburg
  • Innovative approach creates new arenas for sport, Jakob Færch
  • Piracy in the world of watersports, Jacob Færch
  • Drug Anti-Diversion Strategies to Address Sports Anti-Doping Programs, Joe Harris
  • The Businesses of the Austrian Ski Federation, Johann Skocek
  • Whistleblowing in sport contexts: some moral and psychological problems, Jose Luis Pérez Triviño
  • Anti-Doping Reform: Proposals from the Coal Face, Joseph de Pencier
  • Towards new modes of conflict and representation? The rise of labor relations in European sport, Juergen Mittag
  • A Post Brexit Impact: A Case Study on the English Premier League, Karen Perry
  • The dangers of sports journalism, Kirsten Sparre
  • Workers conditions in the sports industry, Lars Andersson
  • Can democratic participation and good governance be supported by digitalization processes?, Lars Houbak
  • A new chapter - How intelligence and investigation can change the anti-doping work,  Lars Mortsiefer
  • Not Above the Law: Using Human Rights Laws to Address Abuse Allegations in Sport, Laura Robinson
  • Big Games in Small Places: The Perceived Impact of the African Youth Games on Organizational Capacity in Botswana Sport Organisations, Louis Moustakas
  • Football for good and the football3 method: can football in three halves lead to social inclusion?,  Louis Moustakas
  • Governance change for National Governing Bodies of Sport Is this leading to the alignment of strategy and governance in England, the UK?, Marc Taylor
  • Participation of Athletes by Means of Digital Tools in the Context of Anti-Doping, Marc Wonneberger
  • Negotiating privacy. Athletes assessment and knowledge of the ADAMS, Marcel Scharf
  • Full Contact Martial Arts and Combat Sports need joint regulation to safeguard health, integrity and its promising social value!, Marianne Dortants
  • Can we fix the Match Fixing problem? An agent-based model to fight the biggest threat to modern sports, Marius Sprenger
  • Rethinking the pyramidal structure of sport- an insight from the national perspective,  Marko Begović
  • Too small to win? National Anti-Doping Organizations and their fight against doping. The perspective of organizational theory, Markus Seyfried
  • Cash & Carnival- World Cup’s boost and Brazil’s setback, Matthias Fett
  • Perception of Doping in Switzerland, Matthias Kamber
  • Employment Relations within the Olympic Movement: Consequences of the Monopoly Power of Organized Sport, Maximilian Seltmann
  • An assessment of the pyramidal network of professional cycling and the underrepresentation of athletes in governance and decision-making, Michael Carcaise
  • Discrimination for Indian sportswomen at all levels, Murali Krishnan
  • Can World Sport Embrace Human Rights?, Nikki Dryden
  • Match fixing in Europe is here to stay, Nikolaos Theodorou
  • The effectiveness of anti-doping policies, Olivier de Hon
  • Corporate Cheerleaders: Major League Soccer\s new breed of manufactured ultras, Owen Evans
  • RIO 2016: Between national and Olympic challenges, Paul Hover
  • Study of European National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADO) Reporting Practices, Paulina Tomczyk
  • Major Sports Events: The Challenges of Hosting Them Efficiently, Per Ståle Knardal
  • How Danish sports leaders are changing the international federations from within, Poul Broberg
  • Demand for Stadium Attendance in the Danish football, Rasmus K. Storm
  • Innovate and collaborate for physical activation of citizens, René Wijlens
  • The future of sport in the Netherlands: challenges and opportunities for sport policies, Robert Vonk
  • Stadium Financing as a Good Governance Problem, Ryan Gauthier
  • Paradigm repair and the hero myth in American sports journalism: An analysis of Lance Armstrong coverage, Sada Reed
  • A Compatibility Issue: International Sporting Events and Domestic Polities 1945-2016, Scott Jedlicka
  • Impact and Legacy of the 2013 EuroBasket I Slovenia, Simon Licen
  • The sport-related legacy of London 2012: Five years on, Spencer Harris
  • The Gambit - Who benefits from reducing chess to a sport and what are the costs?, Stefan Löffler
  • Introductory statements: Transforming the business of Pro Cycling, Steve Maxwell
  • The breakaway leagues that no-one noticed, Steve Menary
  • Sports Journalism on TV at Football EURO 2016 - a Comparison of Live Commentary in Four Different Countries, Thomas Horky
  • Clean Athletes Beliefs about Anti-Doping Policy Legitimacy and Support, Vassilis Barkoukis

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