Current Contents 

Volume 2/ Number 1/ 04/10/2013                                                                                                            

 Current Articles

Volume 2/ Number 1

The Analysis of North American “Big Four” Sports Leagues Basing on Geographical Division

Peter Titlebaum, University of Dayton, Todd C. Koesters, J.D. University of South Carolina in Columbia, and Diane Branca, University of Dayton.

Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Sea States for Sailing Activities in Dapeng Bay National Scenic Area, Taiwan 

Hsing-Ti Wu, Laurence Z.H. Chuang, Institute of Ocean Technology and Marine Affairs, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Li-Chung Wu, Coastal Ocean Monitoring Center, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Evaluation of Students’ Perceptions on the Quality of University Life In Terms of Democratic Life Culture: The Example of Cukurova University Physical Education and Sports Department

Olcay SALICI, Suleyman Demirel University and Pervin Bilir, Cukurova University, Adana, Turkey

Previous Issue

Volume 1/Number 2

Perceptions of Students, Faculty, and Administrators about Pregame Tailgate Parties at a Kentucky Regional University

Steve Shih-Chia Chen, Stephanie Teater, Morehead State University, Brian Whitaker, Appalachian State University 

A Study on University Students’ Leisure Habits and Interest in Sports

Korucu Aytan, Gonca, Celal Bayar University

Determination of Somatic Parameters in Czech Senior Population

Martin Sebera, Jaromir Sedlacek, Jan Cacek, Josef Michalek, Masaryk University 

Does It Really Matter Whether It Evolved From Sports or Tourism: Let’s Enjoy the Perfect Embryo “Sport Tourism”

Elvan Keser, Adnan Menderes University, Selhan Ozbey, Celal Bayar University, 

Volume 1/Number 1

Benefits of Bidding and Hosting the Olympic Games: Istanbul 2020

Selhan Ozbey, Celal Bayar University

Eliciting the Salient Beliefs of Physical Activity for Saudi Young People

Melfy Eddosary, King Saud University, Adrian Taylor, University of Exeter and Paul Freeman, University of Exeter

Talent Recognition and Development – Elaborating on a Principle Models

Oleksandr Krasilshchikov, Universiti Sains, Malaysia



Editor in Chief

Dr. Ergun Yurdadon (Saint Peters University, NJ)

Managing Editors

Dr. Karl Alorbi (Saint Peters University, NJ)

Dr. Sebahattin Devecioglu, (Firat University, Turkiye)

Dr. Nejat Anbarci (Deakin University)



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The current guidelines of Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association must be followed.  All articles must be preceded by an abstract of no more that 175 words.  Manuscripts must be submitted in English and must be double-spaced, including references and blocked quotations. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 manuscript pages.  Tables, figure and captions, must be grouped together and separate from the body of the text. Copies of manuscripts are not returned to the authors and the copyright for all published articles will be held by IJDSM. Please refer to the guidelines for manuscript submission on "For Authors" section. IJDSM welcomes contemporary state of art investigative research submissions from all venues of sport management field especially from sport management scholars, specialists, and sport management students on any analysis related to sport management field. Each issue reflects the inclusion of diverse subjects in theory and practical manner, will address the particular aspects of sport management to reinforce important concepts that the readers will find useful as they progress in their professional preparations and development in area of sport management. The IJDSM is published online only and quarterly in January, April and September. Both professional and academic researchers from every dimensions of the sport industry and in any country are encouraged to submit manuscripts for publishing. or or editors can help improve the English in papers submitted by researchers for whom English is not the a first or native language. All submitted manuscripts must be original and have not been published in elsewhere.

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