For submitting articles use Microsoft Word. Articles should be double spaced, Times New Roman font size 12 and 2.5 cm margins on all sides. Authors should follow the rules of the Publication Manual of American Psychological Association, (5th ed.). For more information: www.crk.umn.edu/library/links/apa5th.htm
The first page of the article should include title, author name, institution, contact address, phone, fax and e-mail. Correspondence will be by the first author unless otherwise stated. The second page should contain the article title, an abstract (approximately 200 words in Greek and English) and up to 6 keywords. The article should start from the third page and should not be given after the title and author name.
Footnotes should be kept as little as possible. Where there are acronyms should be written by the full expression. Tables and graphs should be presented in the text at a position indicated by the author.
The structure of the article should be as follows:
- Research Objectives or Questions or Hypotheses
- Literature Review
The references in the text should indicate the names of authors in alphabetical order (eg, Chelladurai, 1999, Slack, 1997). The references at the end of the article should begin on a new page and should be listed in alphabetical order as follows:
Funk, D., Alexandris, & K., McDonald, H. (2016). Consumer Behavior in Sport and Events: Marketing Strategy, London: Routledge Publications.
Funk, D., Beaton, A., & Alexandris, K. (2012). Sport Consumer Motivation: Autonomy and Control Orientations that Regulate Fan Behaviours. Sport Management Review, 15, 355-367.
Chapter in Book
Slack, Τ., & Amis, J. (1996). Organizational theory and the study of sport. In B. Parkhouse (Ed.). The management of sport: Its foundation and application, (pp. 65-83). St Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc.