KWS Research Productivity 2016

Brennan K. Berg

Dr. Brennan Berg had three published or in press papers and delivered two presentations in 2016. His paper, "Sustaining local physical activity programs" was reviewed in the Journal of Sport Management.

Berg, B. K., Hutchinson, M., & Irwin, C. C. (In press). Prioritizing local sport activities:
Determining organizational commitment to an innovative swimming program. Case Studies in Sport Management.

Hutchinson, M., Havard, C. T., Berg, B. K., & Ryan, T. D. (In press). Losing the core sport product: Marketing amidst uncertainty in college athletics. Sport Marketing Quarterly.

Berg, B. K., Irwin, C. C., Wright, P. M., Irwin, R. L., & Hutchinson, M. (2016). An unacceptable status quo: A sport development case study of swimming and drownings. Sport Management Review, 19(4), 454-465.

Presentations:

Berg, B. K., & Hutchinson, M. (June, 2016). An unacceptable status quo: A sport development case study of swimming and drownings. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Fuller, R. D., Hutchinson, M., & Berg, B. K. (June, 2016). Aspirations through associations:
Using Division III athletics to enhance institutional status and reputation. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Mentions in Media/Journals:

Community physical activity and sustainability article reviewed in Journal of Sport Management (September, 2016). Citation below:

Berg, B. K. (2016). Sustaining local physical activity programs: Lessons from the United States. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 8(2), 245-264.

Rhema D. Fuller

Dr. Rhema Fuller five published or in press articles and delivered three presentations in 2016. He also was a featured speaker at the Kemmons Wilson School Research Forum.

Publications

Fuller, R.D., McGarry, J.E., Coble, C.J., Evanovich, J.M., Zastoupil, G. (in press). Action research in a campus-community partnership: Lessons learned. SAGE Research Methods Cases – Education.

Fuller, R.D., Lawrence. S.M., Harrison, C.K., Eyanson, J., Osika, L. (in press). Perks for players: High school teachers' perceptions of athletic privilege. American Secondary Education.

Fuller, R.D., Lawrence, S.M., Harrison, C.H., Eyanson, J., Osika, L. (in press). The Impact of
High School on the Leadership Development of African American Male Scholar-Athletes. The High School Journal.

Fuller, R.D., Harrison, C.K., Bukstein, S.J., Martin, B.E., Lawrence, S.M., Gadsby, P. (2016).
That smart dude: A qualitative investigation of the African American scholar-baller
identity. Urban Education, 1 -19.

Fuller, R.D., Harrison, C.K., Bukstein, S. (2016). A study of the significance of racial and
athletic identification on educational perceptions among African American male college athletes. Race Ethnicity and Education.

Presentations
Fuller, R.D., Agyemang, K.J. (2016). Activism and the Division III Black male athlete. Paper presented at the North American Society for Sport Sociology Conference, Tampa Bay, FL. November 2016.

Fuller, R.D., Hutchinson, M., Berg, B. (2016). Aspirations through associations: Using Division III athletics to enhance institutional status and reputation. Paper presented at the North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Orlando, FL. May 2016.

Fuller, R.D. (2016). Little brother – All guts, no glory: The experiences of Black male student-athletes at Division III institutions. Paper presented at the Black Student-Athlete Summit, Austin, TX, January 2016.

Cody T. Havard

Dr. Cody T. Havard published nine scholarly products, delivered three presentations, and was interviewed for a story about rivalry in the Summer Olympics this year. He and Dr. Ryan are working with the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators investigating what variables influence student attendance at collegiate athletic events. He was also interviewed by Inverse about rivalry at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games and spoke at the Kemmons Wilson School Research Forum.

Publications

Havard, C. T., Shapiro, S. L., & Ridinger, L. L. (2016) Who's our rival? Investigating the influence of a new intercollegiate football program on rivalry perceptions. Journal of Sport Behavior, 39, 385-408.
Havard, C. T. (2016). Rivalry among teams and conferences in intercollegiate athletics: Does a conference pride phenomenon exist? Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 10, 19-32.
Havard, C. T., Eddy, T. W., & Ryan T. D. (2016). Examining the impact of team identification and gender on rival perceptions and behavior of intercollegiate athletics fans. Journal of Applied Sport Management: Research that Matters, 8(2), 33-49. http://dx.doi.org/10.18666/JASM-2016-V8-I2-6444
Havard, C. T., & Reams. L. (2016). Investigating differences in fan rival perceptions between conferences in intercollegiate athletics. Journal of Sport Behavior, 39, 126-146.
Hutchinson, M., Havard, C. T., Berg, B. K., & Ryan, T. D. (2016). Losing the core sport product: Marketing amidst uncertainty in college athletics. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 25, 185-194.
Narcum, J. A., Havard, C. T., & Mason, K. H. (2016). The impacts of Twitter transgressions on an athlete's brand. Journal of Business Administration, Fall, 1-8. (Faculty Advisor)
Inoue, Y., Havard, C. T., & Irwin, R. L. (2016). Roles of involvement and motivation in determining employees' beliefs about cause-related sport sponsorship. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 17, 3-18.
Wann, D. L., Havard, C. T., Grieve, F. G., Lanter, J. R., Partridge, J. A., & Zapalac, R. K. (2016). Investigating sport rivals: Number, evaluations, and relationship with team identification. Journal of Fandom Studies, 4, 71-88.
Spinda, J. S. W., & Havard, C. T. (2016). "I wouldn't pick them to save my season": The impact of rivalry on fantasy football. In N. D. Bowman, J. S. W. Spinda, and J. Sanderson (Eds.). Fantasy Sports and the Changing Sports Media Industry: Media, Players, and Society. Lexington Books. – Book Chapter

Presentations

Havard, C. T., Wann, D. L., Grieve, F. G., & Ryan, T. D. (2016). Examining the impact of promotional rivalry titles on fan perceptions and behavior in intercollegiate athletics. North American Society for Sport Management, Orlando, Florida.
Wann, D. L., Peetz, T. B., Grieve, F. G., Lanter, J. L., Partridge, J., & Havard, C. T. (2016). Predicting consumption of rival sport team games: The importance of team identification on perceptions of the rival. North American Society for Sport Management, Orlando, Florida.

Havard, C. T. (2016). Impact of promotional titles on sport rivalry. 12th Annual Sport Psychology Forum, Bowling Green, Kentucky. (Invited)

Grants/Contracts

National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) – Institutional Quantitative Data on Student Attendance and Consumption of Intercollegiate Athletics. On-going work. (Accepted)

Media Mentions

Quoted as expert on fan rivalry in story, #PhelpsFace and the psychology of Olympic-sized rivalries. Sport rivalries don't just make it more fun for the viewers, they actually help the competitors succeed. (Fri., August 12) Inverse.

Forum on Sport Rivalry

Michael Hutchinson

Dr. Michael Hutchinson had four published or in press articles this year, delivered two presentations, and was asked to speak at the Innovation Showcase Event at The University of Memphis (video available soon).

Publications

Berg, B. K., Hutchinson, M., & Irwin, C. C. (press). Prioritizing sport activities in the public arena: Determining organizational commitment to an innovative swimming program. Case Studies in Sport Management.

Hutchinson, M., Havard, C. T., Berg, B. K., & Ryan, T. D. (2016). Losing the core sport product: Marketing amidst uncertainty in college athletics. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 25(3), 185-194.

Berg, B. K., Irwin, C. C., Wright, P. M., Irwin, R. L., & Hutchinson, M. (2016). An unacceptable status quo: A sport development case study of swimming and drownings. Sport Management Review, 19(4), 454-465.

Hutchinson, M., Rascher, D. A., & Jennings, K. (2016). A smaller window to the university: The impact of athletic de-escalation on status and reputation. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 9(1), 73-89.

Presentations

Berg, B. K., & Hutchinson, M. (2016). An unacceptable status quo: A sport development case study of swimming and drownings. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Orlando, FL.

Fuller, R. D., Hutchinson, M., & Berg, B. K. (2016). Aspirations through associations: Using Division III athletics to enhance institutional status and reputation. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Orlando, FL.

Invited Speaking Engagements

Hutchinson, M. (2016). Credit by Exam 2.0. Innovation Showcase Event. The University of Memphis.

Donghee Kim

Dr. Donghee Kim delivered four presentations and was invited to speak at the CHRIE Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, and the TOSOK International Tourism Conference in South Korea. She also was a featured speaker at a Kemmons Wilson Research Forum (recording not currently available).

Research Conference Presentations

 Kim, D., & Jang, S. S. (2016, October) Online Sharing Behavior on Social Networking Sites: The Effects of Gender Differences in Narcissism, EuroCHRIE, Budapest, Hungary

 Kim, D., & Chanille, T. (2016, May) The Effects Of Food Marketing Using Social Media On School-Aged Children's Food Decisions And Autonomy, AGHTC, Seoul, South Korea.

 Kim, D., & Jang, S. S. (2016, May) Why People Share Food Pictures on SNSs: The Signs of Psychological Needs, APAC CHRIE, Bangkok, Thailand

 Rezaee, Z., & Kim, D (2016, January) Corporate Sustainability Performance Reporting and 
Assurance: Its Time Has Come. SICSSAM, Seoul, Korea.

Requested International Conference Moderator/Speaker

 The 14th APac CHRIE conference, Bangkok, Thailand (2016, May)
 The 79th TOSOK International Tourism Conference, South Korea (2016, July)


 Ad Hoc Reviewer
  International Journal of Hospitality Management  

  British Food Journal

Conference Reviewer
  Graduate Conference Hospitality and Tourism

Timothy D. Ryan

Dr. Timothy Ryan published two papers and delivered a presentation at the North American Society for Sport Management Conference in Orlando, Florida. He and Dr. Havard are working with the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators investigating what variables influence student attendance at collegiate athletic events.

Publications
Havard, C. T., Eddy, T. W., & Ryan T. D. (2016). Examining the impact of team identification and gender on rival perceptions and behavior of intercollegiate athletics fans. Journal of Applied Sport Management: Research that Matters, 8(2), 33-49. http://dx.doi.org/10.18666/JASM-2016-V8-I2-6444
Hutchinson, M., Havard, C. T., Berg, B. K., & Ryan, T. D. (2016). Losing the core sport product: Marketing amidst uncertainty in college athletics. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 25, 185-194.

Presentations
Havard, C. T., Wann, D. L., Grieve, F. G., & Ryan, T. D. (2016). Examining the impact of promotional rivalry titles on fan perceptions and behavior in intercollegiate athletics. North American Society for Sport Management, Orlando, Florida.