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George B. Cunningham
George B. Cunningham
Professor of Sport Management at the University of Florida
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The relationships among commitment to change, coping with change, and turnover intentions
GB Cunningham
European Journal of work and organizational psychology 15 (1), 29-45, 2006
3622006
The theory of planned behaviour and intentions to attend a sport event
GB Cunningham, H Kwon
Sport Management Review 6 (2), 127-145, 2003
3112003
Creating and sustaining gender diversity in sport organizations
GB Cunningham
Sex roles 58 (1), 136-145, 2008
2692008
Explaining the under-representation of women in leadership positions of sport organizations: A symbolic interactionist perspective
ML Sartore, GB Cunningham
Quest 59 (2), 244-265, 2007
2592007
Using athletes as endorsers to sell women’s sport: Attractiveness vs. expertise
JS Fink, GB Cunningham, LJ Kensicki
Journal of Sport management 18 (4), 350-367, 2004
2062004
Challenge is key: An investigation of affective organizational commitment in undergraduate interns
MA Dixon, GB Cunningham, M Sagas, BA Turner, A Kent
Journal of education for business 80 (3), 172-180, 2005
1792005
eSport: Construct specifications and implications for sport management
GB Cunningham, S Fairley, L Ferkins, S Kerwin, D Lock, S Shaw, ...
Sport management review 21 (1), 1-6, 2018
1762018
Diversity in sport organizations
GB Cunningham
Routledge, 2007
1702007
Access discrimination in intercollegiate athletics
GB Cunningham, M Sagas
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 29 (2), 148-163, 2005
1652005
Does having “the right stuff” matter? Gender differences in the determinants of career success among intercollegiate athletic administrators
M Sagas, GB Cunningham
Sex Roles 50 (5), 411-421, 2004
1572004
The moderating effect of diversity strategy on the relationship between racial diversity and organizational performance
GB Cunningham
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39 (6), 1445-1460, 2009
1392009
The differential effects of human capital for male and female Division I basketball coaches
GB Cunningham, M Sagas
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 73 (4), 489-495, 2002
1322002
Using social cognitive career theory to understand head coaching intentions among assistant coaches of women’s teams
GB Cunningham, AJ Doherty, MJ Gregg
Sex Roles 56 (5), 365-372, 2007
1292007
The application of social cognitive career theory to sport and leisure career choices
GB Cunningham, J Bruening, ML Sartore, M Sagas, JS Fink
Journal of Career Development 32 (2), 122-138, 2005
1282005
Anticipated Career Satisfaction, Affective Occupational Commitment, and Intentions to Enter the Sport Management Profession.
GB Cunningham, M Sagas, M Dixon, A Kent, BA Turner
Journal of Sport Management 19 (1), 2005
1252005
Understanding the under-representation of African American coaches: A multilevel perspective
GB Cunningham
Sport Management Review 13 (4), 395-406, 2010
1222010
Gender and sex diversity in sport organizations: Introduction to a special issue
GB Cunningham, M Sagas
Sex roles 58 (1), 3-9, 2008
1222008
The LGBT advantage: Examining the relationship among sexual orientation diversity, diversity strategy, and performance
GB Cunningham
Sport Management Review 14 (4), 453-461, 2011
1212011
Extensions and further examination of the job embeddedness construct
GB Cunningham, JS Fink, M Sagas
Journal of Sport Management 19 (3), 319-335, 2005
1212005
Occupational commitment and intent to leave the coaching profession: Differences according to race
GB Cunningham, M Sagas, FB Ashley
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 36 (2), 131-148, 2001
1192001
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