Sport Management Review

(The H4-Index of Sport Management Review is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
“We want more diversity but…”: Resisting diversity in recreational sports clubs60
Organisational factors and non-accidental violence in sport: A systematic review54
Viewing sports online together? Psychological consequences on social live streaming service usage52
Walking for fun or for “likes”? The impacts of different gamification orientations of fitness apps on consumers’ physical activities52
Examining environmental fan engagement initiatives through values and norms with intercollegiate sport fans44
Creating sense of presence in a virtual reality experience: Impact on neurophysiological arousal and attitude towards a winter sport40
The determinants of stadium attendance in elite women’s football: Evidence from the UEFA Women's Champions League40
Reviewing evidence of LGBTQ+ discrimination and exclusion in sport39
An analysis of soccer referee experiences in France and the Netherlands: Abuse, conflict, and level of support36
Examining institutional work that perpetuates abuse in sport organizations30
Snapchat and child sexual abuse in sport: Protecting child athletes in the social media age28
A new conceptualization of mega sports event legacy delivery: Wicked problems and critical realist solution27
The sport cluster concept as middle-range theory for the sport value framework26
An exploration of the distractions inherent to social media use among athletes25
From isomorphism to institutional work: advancing institutional theory in sport management research24
Antecedents and outcomes of social innovation: A global study of sport for development and peace organizations23
The determinants of the intention to continue voluntary football refereeing21
“If people are wearing pink stuff they’re probably not real fans”: Exploring women’s perceptions of sport fan clothing21
The process isn’t a case of report it and stop”: Athletes’ lived experience of whistleblowing on doping in sport21
A community capacity building approach to sport-based youth development20
Interorganisational conflict between national and provincial sport organisations within China’s elite sport system: Perspectives from national organisations20
Responses to multi-level institutional complexity in a national sport federation20
It is time to consider athletes’ well-being and performance satisfaction: The roles of authentic leadership and psychological capital20