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An Examination of the Potential Long-Term Psychosocial Effects of Sport-Related Concussion in Adolescent Male Hockey PlayersDownload
Purpose: The main objective of this study was to examine whether elite youth male ice hockey players with a medical history of one or more concussion(s) would exhibit more pronounced deficits in their psychosocial functioning than a non-injured control. Methods: The study had a cross-sectional...
Identity Regulation in the North American Field of Men’s Professional Ice Hockey: An Examination of Organizational Control and Preparedness for Athletic Career RetirementDownload
Following a significant commitment of time, energy, and role identification, athletes retiring from sport may experience any number of difficulties, including emotional distress, diminished subjective well-being, and identity disruption. These difficulties may be particularly acute for those who...
Manhood, Rivalry, and the Creation of a Canadian "Hockey World": Media Coverage of Early Stanley Cup Hockey Challenges, 1894-1907Download
This study examines media narratives of high-level amateur and professional hockey in Canada during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In particular, this project analyzes English Canadian newspaper coverage of Stanley Cup “challenge” games and championship series between 1894...
Recruiting and Retaining Canadian Minor Hockey Players by Local Youth Club Hockey Organizations, Canada’s Governing Hockey Organizations, Major Junior, and Intercollegiate Hockey Organizations: Exploring Canada’s Elite Level Hockey Development SystemDownload
There are two pivotal transition points for Canadian elite level minor hockey players and parents; the first transitional point is when a Canadian player and parent is transitioning from the Peewee (11-12 years old) level to the Bantam (13-14 years old) level, and must decide whether to try out...
Sporting celebrities have come to hold an increasingly vaunted position within contemporary society and as such, receive ever-increasing media attention. Within Canadian culture, where the sport of hockey is largely considered a mythologized component of identity, hockey players – such as the...
This study examines the impact communication technology has had on hockey fans. Professional sports are a billion dollar industry as fans attend live events, collect merchandise and gamble on outcomes. Information is also a major product of professional sports and has been used by sports fans to...