Journal of
Physical Education and Sport Management

  • Abbreviation: J. Phys. Educ. Sport Manag.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6486
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPESM
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 83

Table of Content: January-June 2022 ; 13(1)

February 2022

Determinants of corporate sponsorship award opportunities for Soccer Premier League clubs in Kenya

Corporate sponsorship is a common phenomenon in major soccer leagues worldwide. Studies in the area of sports sponsorship decision-making have been done from a global context but lack focus on a particular sport or a major soccer league. Little empirical evidence has emerged in the area of sport sponsorship decision-making factors. The purpose of this study is to determine the factors considered by corporate...

Author(s): Kisaka Thomas Mboya, Andanje Joseph Mwisukha and Rintaugu Elijah Gitonga

March 2022

Insights on the process of athletes’ development in Nigeria

The process of talent development in sports requires an environment that encourages early identification of inherent sporting potentials in youngsters and provides the necessary support to grow such potentials into refined talents. Across cultures, athletic development is achieved through a synergy between athletes, their coaches, family, school, the community as well as other significant persons and social...

Author(s): Elumaro Adeboye Israel 

February 2022

Experience that matters – community based learning and sport management

Described in this article is how sport management curricula can offer unique, real-world learning experiences and corresponding student learning gains, when grounded in community based learning (CBL). To achieve these ends, this study was designed to explore how to best execute CBL in sport management, informed, in part, by analyzing the lived experiences of students who were required to develop their understanding of...

Author(s): Sweeney Kristi and Schramm-Possinger Megan

June 2022

Management practices and academic performance of government-aided secondary schools in Uganda

This paper presents findings from a study carried out to examine how management practices affected academic performance of public secondary schools in Yumbe District in Northern Uganda. The study was premised on the prevailing poor and declining academic performance of public secondary schools despite increased funding and capitation by the government. The primary objective of the study was to examine the effect of...

Author(s): Galukande-Kiganda Michael