Expertise: Sport Management
Assistant Professor, Sport Management
Ph.D., Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta
MA, International Journalism and Communication, Renmin University of China, Beijing
BA, Journalism, Renmin University of China, Beijing
Areas of Expertise:
Chen, C. & Kellison, T. (2023). The Clock is Ticking: Contexts, Tensions, and Opportunities for Addressing Environmental Justice in Sport Management. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal.
Peers, D., Joseph, J., McGuire-Adams, T., Eales, L., Fawaz, N., Chen, C., Hamdon, E., Kingsley, B., (2023). We become gardens: Intersectional methodologies for mutual flourishing. Leisure/Loisir, 47(1), 27 – 47.
Chen, C., & Davidson, J. (2022). Settler Colonialism as Environmental Injustice: Rogers Place and Edmonton, Canada. In T. Kellison (ed.). Sport Stadiums and Environmental Justice (pp. 172-187), Routledge.
Chen, C. (2022). Professional Sport, Settler Multiculturalism, and Exalted Chinese Arrivants: Re-Remembering the “China Clippers”. In S. Bien-Aime and C. Wang (eds). Perceptions of East Asian and Asian North American Athletics (pp. 175 – 198), Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
Chen, C. (2022). Internationalization for whom and for what? Ethical questions for sport management programs in Global North universities. Quest, 74(3), 299- 318.
Chen, C. (2022). Naming the ghost of capitalism in sport management. European Sport Management Quarterly, 22(5), 663-684.
McGuire-Adams, T., Joseph, J., Peers, D., Eales, L., Bridel, W., Chen, C., Hamdon, E., & Kingsley, B. (2022). Awakening to Elsewheres: Collectively Restorying Embodied Experiences of (Be)longing. Sociology of Sport Journal. 39(4), 313-322.
Singer., N., Agyemang, K., Chen, C., Walker, N., & Melton, N. (2022). What is Blackness to Sport Management? Manifestations of Anti-Blackness in the Field.Journal of Sport Management. 36(3), 215-227.
Chen, C., & Mason, D. S. (2022). When two worlds collide: The unsettling experiences of non-Indigenous volunteers at 2017 World Indigenous Nations Games. Leisure/Loisir, 46(1), 69 – 95.
Peers, D., Joseph, J., McGuire-Adams, T., Eales, L., Fawaz, N., Chen, C., Hamdon, E., Kingsley, B., (2022). We become gardens: Intersectional methodologies for mutual flourishing. Leisure/Loisir.
Chen, C. (2021). Football legend, role model, cultural ambassador, and true Canadian? A critical reading of the mediated legacy of Norman Kwong, the “China Clipper”. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 56(7), 943–961.
Chen, C. (2021). (Un)Making the international student a settler of color: A decolonizing autoethnography. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 13(5), 743-762.
Chen, C. (2021). How useful is ‘racial justice’? Deliberating ‘racial justice’ enunciations in sport. European Journal of Sport and Society, 18(3), 192-207.
Chen, C. (2021). When Chen Meets Chan. Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry, 12(2), 40 – 41.
Chen, C., & Mason, D. S. (2019). Making settler colonialism visible in sport management.Journal of Sport Management, 33(5), 379-392.
Sant, S. L., Mason, D. S., & Chen, C. (2019). “Second-tier outpost”? Negative civic image and urban infrastructure development.Cities, 87, 238-246.
Chen, C., Mason, D. S., & Misener, L. (2018). Exploring media coverage of the 2017 World Indigenous Nations Games and North American Indigenous Games: A critical discourse analysis. Event Management, 22(6), 1009-1025.
Chen, C., & Mason, D. S. (2018). A postcolonial reading of representations of non-western leadership in sport management studies. Journal of Sport Management, 32(2), 150-169.
Chen, C., &. Mason, D. S. (2018). Hockey’s significant others: Canadian newspaper coverage of elite migrant athletes in the 1980s and 1990s. International Journal of the History of Sport. 35(10), 985 – 1007.
Chen, C., & Mason, D. S. (2016). Professional sports franchises and city status: Los Angeles and the National Football League, In V. Fletcher (ed.), Urban and rural developments: Perspectives, strategies and challenges (pp. 133-150). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
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