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When Crises Change the Game: Establishing a Typology of Sports-Related Crises
Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research
In order to properly evaluate crises that occur in sports, scholars have previously called for a sports-specific crisis communication typology (Wilson, Stavros, & Westberg, 2010). Two studies were conducted to develop the resulting typology. Study 1 utilized a questionnaire to obtain a comprehensive list of sports-related crises that were later grouped into twelve crisis types and three unique clusters through the use of qualitative content analysis. Study 2 utilized a questionnaire completeddoi:10.30658/jicrcr.3.1.3 fatcat:3wpt27o7szccnhup6zoxo3xnbm