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Sports Studies: Find Journals & Articles

A research guide to Sports Studies resources at Geisel Library and online.

Sport Studies Journals

If you would like to browse Geisel Library's collection of sports related print and electronic full text journals go to Journal Finder's Social Sciences Journals listing and scroll down until you see the heading for Social Sciences. Then look down the list to find Recreation & Sport.  

Selected Full-Text Journal Titles

Additional Journals of Interest

  • International journal of sports marketing & sponsorship  (1464-6668)
  • International journal of sports sciences and fitness (2231-1599)
  • International sports journal  (1094-0480)
  • Journal of sports economics  (1527-0025)
  • Journal of sports media  (1558-4313)
  • Sports illustrated for women  (1524-9409)
  • Women's sports & fitness (1099-6079)
 

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Get Full-Text of Articles

If the full text of an article is not available in the database, here are tips for getting it elsewhere:

  • In the databases, click   to see if the full text is:
    • in another database
    • in Geisel Library's collection
    • or if you can request a copy via Interlibrary Loan.
  • Search the journal's name in Journal Finder to see if we have access to the year/volume/issue you need.
  • For more help, ask a librarian or see the FAQ on finding full text: