The International Journal of Sport and Society provides a forum for wide-ranging and interdisciplinary examination of sport, including: the history, sociology, and psychology of sport; sports medicine and health; physical and health education; and sports administration and management. The discussions in the journal range from broad conceptualizations of the fundamental logic of sport, to highly localized readings of sporting practices in particular times and places.
As well as articles of a traditional scholarly type, this journal invites case studies that take the form of presentations of practice—including documentation of sports practices and exegeses analyzing the social effects of those practices.
The International Journal of Sport and Society is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal.
Serial Founded: 2010
ISSN: 2152-7857 (Print) ISSN: 2152-7865 (Online)
LCCN Permalink: https://lccn.loc.gov/2009208191
Past Publication Frequency: Quarterly (2010–2014), Annually (2015–2016), Quarterly (2015-2020)
Current Publication Frequency: Biannually
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