Enriching Communities through Sport
Welcome to my website.
As a sport management scholar, my vision is to make sport a leading force for enriching communities.
To achieve this vision, my research seeks to create and disseminate knowledge that empowers the sport industry to enhance personal and social well-being.
In addition, through my teaching, I endeavor to help students develop into professionals capable of enriching both the sport industry and society.
Please explore this website to learn more about my research, teaching, and other professional experiences.
Blogs, Opinions, and Interviews:
"The Social Impact of the Olympics: The Quest for Unity in Diversity (podcast)" published on AsiaGlobal Online (January 24, 2022)
"Contributing to crisis response and recovery (podcast) "published on Sport Management Review Insights (October 17, 2021)
"The Tokyo Olympics and Japan’s quest for unity in diversity" published on AsiaGlobal Online (August 19, 2021)
"Will sporting success at the Olympic Games make us happy?" published on Manchester Metropolitan University website (July 30, 2021)
"Tokyo 2020 needs a new leader who represents what the Games truly stand for" published on Linkedin (February 9, 2021)
"Why is support for Tokyo 2020 falling in Japan?" published on insidethegames.biz (February 4, 2021)
"The Olympic Games: Cancel or further delay Tokyo 2020? No, its intangible benefits are too important" published on Manchester Metropolitan University website (August 4, 2020)
In the News:
"Why Are the Loyal Fans of 'Jeopardy!' So Mad?"(Psychology Today | September 2, 2021 )
"Can Watching Sports Make You Healthier?"(Weight Watchers Reimagined | August 1, 2021)
"Games Must Go On in Tokyo Amid Public Disapproval"(U.S. News | July 22, 2021)
"Will rise in soft power offer silver lining for pandemic-hit Tokyo Olympics?"(The Japan Times | July 6, 2021)
"Mit ér az olimpia szurkolás és nézők nélkül?/What is the Olympics worth without support and spectators? " (24.hu |February 16, 2021)