Publications

Applied Health Sciences - Sport Management




Publications

Books and Chapter Contributions to Books

  • Hyatt, C., & Stevens, J. (2009). Are Americans Really Hockey's Villians? A new perspective of the American influence upon Canada's national game. In A. Holman (Ed.), Canada's Game? Critical Essays on ice hockey and identity, pp. 26-43. McGill-Queen's.
  • Adams, C. & Stevens, J. (2009). Change and Grassroots Movements: Re-conceptualizing women’s hockey governance in Canada. In J. Nauright & S. Pope (Eds.), The new sport management reader, pp. 317-336. Fitness Information Technology. Morgantown, WV.
  • Stevens, J. (2008). Events and Volunteer Management Practices: Facilitating volunteers. In C. Mallen & L. Adams (Eds.), Sport, recreation and tourism event management: Theoretical and practical dimensions. Burlington, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann/Elsevier.
  • Stevens, J. (2008). Events and Volunteer Management Practices: Facilitating volunteers. In C. Mallen & L. Adams (Eds.), Sport, recreation and tourism event management: Theoretical and practical dimensions. Burlington, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann/Elsevier.
  • Stevens, J. (2006). Women’s Hockey in Canada: Going for Gold. In D. Whitson and R. Gruneau (Eds.), Artificial Ice: hockey, commerce and Canadian culture, (pp. 85-100). Aurora, ON: Garamond Press.
  • Rosenberg, D., & Stevens, J. (2006). The Ban on Bodychecking in Women’s Hockey: an ethical appraisal. In C. Howell (Ed.), Women’s hockey: gender issues on and off the ice, (pp. 37-42). Halifax, NS: Gorsebrook Institute.
  • Barnes, M., Bradish, C., Cousens, L., Mallen, C., & Stevens, J. (2005). What’s a community to do? A case study of a community struggling to meet their recreation and sport needs. In N. Vaugeois (Ed.), Informed leisure practice: Cases as conduits between theory and practice, Volume 1, Nanaimo, BC: Recreation and Tourism Research institute.
  • Stevens, J. (2003). The Development of Hockey in Canada: A process of institutional divergence and convergence. In C. Howell and M. Vance (Eds.), Putting it on ice, Volume 2, Internationalizing ‘Canada’s Game’, (pp. 51-64). Halifax, NS: Gorsebrook Institute.
  • Avery, J., & Stevens, J. (1997). Too Many Men on the Ice: Women's hockey in North America. Victoria: Polestar Book Publishers.

Refereed Articles

  • Millar, P., & Stevens, J. (in press). Management Training and National Sport Organization Managers: Examining the impact of training on individual and organizational performance. Sport Management Review.
  • Stevens, J. (2012). Ice Hockey in Canada. In J. Nauright & C. Parrish (Eds.), Sports around the world: history, culture and practice.
  • Mallen, C., Stevens, J., & Adams, L. (2011). A Content Analysis of Environmental Sustainability Research in Sport Management Literature. Journal fo Sport Management, 25(3), 241-267.
  • Paquette, J., Stevens, J., & Mallen, C. (2011). The Interpretation of Environmental Susatinability by the International Olympic Committee and Organizing Committees of the Olympic games from 1994-2008. Sport in Society, 14(3), 355-369.

  • Mallen, C., Adams, L., Stevens, J., & Thompson, L. (2010). Environmental Sustainability in Sport Facility Management: A delphi study. European Sport Management Quarterly, 10(3), 367-389.
  • Mallen, C., Stevens, J., & Adams, L. (2010). The Assessment of the Environmental Performance of an International Multi-Sport Event. European Sport Management Quarterly, 10(1), 97-122.
  • Adams, C., & Stevens, J. (2007). Change and Grassroot Movement: Reconceptualizing women's hockey governance in Canada. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, 2(4), 344-361.
  • Stevens, J. (2006). The Canadian Hockey Association Merger and the Emergence of the Amateur Sport Enterprise. Journal of Sport Management, 20, 74-100.
  • Cousens, L., Barnes, M., Stevens, J., Mallen, C., & Bradish, C. (2006). Who’s your Partner? Who’s your Ally? Exploring the Characteristics of Public, Private, and Voluntary Recreation Linkages. Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration, 24(1), 32-55.
  • Stevens, J., Lathrop, A., & Bradish, C. (2005). Tracking Generation Y: A contemporary sport consumer profile. Journal of Sport Management, 19(3), 254-277.
  • Bradish, C., Stevens, J., & Lathrop, A. (2003). National versus regional sports marketing: An interpretation of “Think Globally, Act Locally. International Journal of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship, 5(3), 209-225.
  • Stevens, J., Lathrop, A., & Bradish, C. (2003). Who is your hero? Implications for athlete endorsement strategies. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 12(3), 72-79.
  • Stevens, J. (2000). The Declining Sense of Community in Canadian Women's Hockey. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 9(2), 123-140.
  • Stevens, J. (2000). Reinventing sport governing bodies: A conceptual framework to analyze policy-driven reform. Avante, 6(1), 82-94.
  • Stevens, J., & Slack, T. (1998). Integrating Social Action and Structural Constraints: Towards a more holistic explanation of organizational change. International Journal for the Sociology of Sport, 33, 143-154.

 

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Dr. Julie Stevens

Associate Professor
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