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Sport Management Library Guide: Journals

A guide to resources for Sport Management.

Print Journals

Use the Library Catalogue (ALEPH) to get shelf numbers for print journals. Printed journals are housed in two areas. The latest issues of journal are kept on level 5 in the Research Wing. Older journals are kept on levels 2 and 3 below Interlibrary Loans, down the spiral staircase.

 

Finding Journals by title

You can search our eJournal Portal to find if we subscribe to a particular journal title. Our library catalogue (ALEPH) should also list any titles we subscribe to either in print or electronically. 

Two very important Sport Management journals (often recommended by Dr. David Maralack) are listed below:

Additional useful journals include:

 

Journal Articles

The library’s journal databases are particularly helpful for finding information. Journal articles are short and cover very specific topics, so they are more digestible than books and more likely to deal exactly with your topic. They are also quicker to publish than books and so are more likely to be up to date.

Databases can be accessed either by alphabetical list or databases by platform. The following databases are good sources for information on Sport Management. You can also search a large range of these databases together using WorldCat.

 

Ebscohost Platform

Off Campus Access

UCT staff and students can access Electronic Resources off-campus using EZProxy from the library website. 

InterLibrary Loans

If a journal article is not available through UCT libraries. A copy can be requested via InterLibrary Loans from another library.