Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of Sports

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. Till Wewer: Budget Constraints as Link between Sports Economics and E-Sports? An Analysis of the Development of Hamburg’s Total of Attendance at Professional Sports and Potential Lessons Learned for E-Sports Available online 27 November  2018
  2. Timothy Robeers & Hilde Van Den Bulck: Towards an Understanding of Side-Lining Environmental Sustainability in Formula E: Traditional Values and the Emergence of eSports Available online 27 November  2018
  3. Nikolay Ivantchev & Stanislava Stoyanova: Athletes and Non-Athletes’ Life Satisfaction Available online 19 November  2018
  4. J. Peter Lemcke & Ina Weh: “eSport Should be played in School”. The Project “eSchool” by DGS Dialogue Lecture Available online 19 November  2018
  5. Rebecca Gebler-Branch: “Blended Conference” as Video Supported Event Format in the Educational Marketing Mix of Sports Organizations Available online 6 November  2018
  6. Fernando Vannier Borges: Always Together: How Football Clubs Want Constant Connections with Fans Available online 5 November  2018
  7. Andreas Hebbel-Seeger & Thomas Horky: Drones in Academic Apprenticeship. Regarding to Expectations and Consequences for an Up-To-Date Education in Sports Journalism and Media Management Available online 23 October  2018
  8. José Luis Rojas Torrijos & Xavier Ramon-Vegas: Accountable Sports Journalism: Creating a Gateway to Showcase Ethical Codes, Stylebooks, Ombudsmen and Beyond Available online 5 October  2018
  9. Christoph Igel, Carsten Ullrich & Milos Kravcik: Using Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things to Enable Context-Dependent Recommendations in the Smart City and Smart Factory Available online 5 October  2018