Dabbs’ research on work-life balance nominated for outstanding article award
The assistant professor of sport and event management explored issues and outcomes relating to work-life balance for sport management scholars and practitioners.
An article co-authored by Assistant Professor Shaina Dabbs has been nominated for an outstanding article award from the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics.
The publication’s editorial review board selected Dabbs’ article, “A Socio-Cultural Perspective of the Work-Life Interface of College Coaches: A Cohort Analysis,” as an award finalist from its published works for the 2016 calendar year.
The article, co-authored by Jeffrey A. Graham of the University of Tennessee and Marlene Dixon of Texas A&M University, examines successful navigation of the work-life interface among sport management scholars and practitioners. Building on Dixon and Bruening’s multilevel model of the work-life interface in sport, the authors analyzed responses from 840 NCAA Division I male and female head coaches to assess the impact of cohort (age/career stage) and gender on work-family conflict and family-work conflict.
The award winner will be announced at the 10th annual College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) Conference, held April 12-14 at the University of South Carolina.
The Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics is a peer-reviewed, scholarly, open-access journal dedicated to encouraging, supporting and disseminating interdisciplinary and interuniversity collaborative college-sport research.