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The Journal of Sports Media is a response to the undeniable influence of sports media on contemporary culture and the growing interest in the field as an area of study and research. It provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, book reviews, and reports on major conferences and seminars. While the majority of the articles are academic in nature, it also includes articles from industry leaders and sports media figures on topics appealing to a non-academic audience.
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Articles The Silly, Strange, and Absurd Nature of Sport: An Analysis of Sports Illustrated’s “Sign of the Apocalypse” Jeffrey W. Kassing and Cortney Solheim The Relationship of Fans’ Sports-Team Identification and Facebook Usage to Purchase of Team Products Caitlin Moyer, Jim Pokrywczynski, and Robert J. Griffin Craving the Scoop: An Examination of Highly Identified Fans’ Utilization of Subscription-Based College-Recruiting Networks Michael Mudrick and Joshua Lupinek Using the Rhetoric of Atonement to Analyze Lance Armstrong’s Failed Attempt at Redeeming His Public Image Steven R. Thomsen and Harper Anderson Everyone Loves a Winner? Relationships between Olympic Success and Nationalism within a Six-Nation Composite Andrew C. Billings, Kenon A. Brown, and Natalie Brown-DevlinEssay From Bad Buck to White Hope: Journalism and Sonny Liston, 1958–1965 Phillip J. Hutchison