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1 Skille, Eivind Åsrum; Fahlen, Josef; Stenling, Cecilia; Strittmatter, Anna-Maria.
(Lack of) government policy for indigenous (Sámi) sport: A chain of legitimating and de-legitimating acts. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 2021 s. -
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2 Bodemar, Annika; Strittmatter, Anna-Maria; Fahlen, Josef.
Doomed to fail? A study of how junior managers at a major sport event cope with leadership issues. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing 2020 ;Volum 20.(3-4) s. 271-288
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3 Fahlen, Josef; Ferry, Magnus.
Sports participation in Sweden. I: Sport in Scandinavia and the Nordic countries. Routledge 2019 ISBN 978-1-138-05215-4. s. 136-171
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4 Skille, Eivind Åsrum; Fahlen, Josef.
The role of sport organizations for local and national community: The case of Sámi sport organizations. European Sport Management Quarterly 2019 s. -
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5 Skille, Eivind Åsrum; Strittmatter, Anna-Maria; Fahlen, Josef; Stenling, Cecilia.
Government policy for indigenous (Sámi) sport – a chain of legitimating acts?. annual congress International Sociology of Sport Association; 2019-04-24 - 2019-04-27
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6 Stenling, Cecilia; Fahlen, Josef; Strittmatter, Anna-Maria; Skille, Eivind Åsrum.
Hierarchies of criteria in NSO board-nomination processes: insights from nomination committees’ work. European Sport Management Quarterly 2019 s. -
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7 Fahlen, Josef; Stenling, Cecilia.
(Re)conceptualizing institutional change in sport management contexts: the unintended consequences of sport organizations? everyday organizational life. European Sport Management Quarterly 2018 s. -
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8 Strittmatter, Anna-Maria; Stenling, Cecilia; Fahlen, Josef; Skille, Eivind.
Sport policy analysis revisited: the sport policy process as an interlinked chain of legitimating acts. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2018 ;Volum 10.(4) s. 621-635
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