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- Female and Male Sport Fans: A Comparison of Sport Consumption Motives. James, Jeffrey D.; Ridinger, Lynn L. // Journal of Sport Behavior;Sep2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p260
The current study sought to extend our knowledge of sport fans by examining whether the motives for being a fan of a specific team were similar or different for females and males. The study further sought to identify whether the reasons for being a fan of a women's sport (women's college...
- Perceptions of Sport Fans who BIRG. End, Christian M.; Dietz-Uhler, Beth; Demakakos, Nickole // International Sports Journal;Winter2003, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p139
Deals with a series of studies which examined how people perceive sport fans who bask in the reflected glory of the team with which they identify. Methods; Results; Discussions.
- Fan Power. Reilly, Rick // Sports Illustrated;10/28/2002, Vol. 97 Issue 17, p178
Presents a humorous Bill of Rights-style document for sports fans. Expectations for stadium design and naming; Recommendations for songs that should not be played during games; Rules for spouses while fans watch 'SportsCenter'; Others.
- Untitled. // Trammel Trace Tribune (Tatum, TX);9/25/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 37, p2
A photograph of the Tatum Eagle volleyball team fans in Tatum, Texas is presented.
- LAUREN booth. // New Statesman;12/11/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4516, p63
Presents an article on the behavior of sports spectators or fans during football games. Details on a football game between England and Germany.
- Cheers and Jeers. Florence, Warren // Tennis;Apr2001, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p16
Features the result of a survey concerning the attitudes and behavior of tennis fans during games.
- Fans Require Incentives to Attend Games. // USA Today Magazine;Dec99, Vol. 128 Issue 2655, p15
Reports that sports fans in schools require incentives to attend sporting events in the United States. Decline of fans' interest in watching games; Examples of marketing incentives; Reasons for the declining attendance of fans.
- SEX DIFFERENCES IN SPORT SPECTATOR INVOLVEMENT. Bahk, C. Mo // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Aug2000, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p79
Examines sex differences in involvement with sports as spectators. Study of emotional, cognitive, and behavioral involvement; Males' exhibition of higher involvement with sport spectating than did females; Data supporting the unidimensionality, reliability and validity of the Sport Spectator...
- Fan(atic)s on the Loose. Barrett, Wayne M. // USA Today Magazine;Jul90, Vol. 119 Issue 2542, p93
Focuses on the motivations for sports fans to misbehave in public during sports events. Cultivation of a circus-like atmosphere in sporting events by marketers; Case examples of the circumstances that contribute to the declining level of behavior of sports fans.