Sport&EU Review Call for Papers

Published on 29 November 2011 by in News, Publications, Review

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The Sport&EU Review is looking for submissions for its future issues.  Continuing the tradition of its predecessor, the Sport&EU Newsletter, the Review has established an international reputation as a source of current, high-quality information.  With a turbulent third year of operation slowly coming to a close (and with a second 2011 issue coming up tentatively in late December), the editorial board invites potential contributors to submit manuscripts for publication for future issues of the journal.  Papers dealing with topics in sports science, policy, politics, law, sociology, media studies, social psychology and related fields that are linked to the European union or its member states in a wider sense are welcome.

Peer review articles should be up to 7,000 words in length including references.  They might focus on methodology or other chapters from graduate research projects, reviews of particular open questions in a field of study, or draft papers regarding work at early stages of development.  Contributions by both established academics and graduate students are welcome.

In addition to original articles, the Review welcomes forum contributions including summaries of Sport & EU activity, abstracts of recently published or soon to be published papers, book reviews or details of forthcoming books, executive summaries of recently completed research projects, and especially reflections on recent and forthcoming developments in the field of interest of the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union members.

A new Book Reviews section will be launched in the 2/2011 issue, as well.  The editors thus welcome both submissions of books for review, as well as invites scholars that would be interested in serving as book reviewers.

Additional information can be found on http://www.sportandeu.com/sporteu-review/ or can be obtained by emailing the editors at review[a]sportandeu.com.  Sport&EU Review is indexed in EBSCOhost and International Platform of Sports Law Journals.

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