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Marlene A. Dixon
Marlene A. Dixon
Professor of Sport Management, Texas A&M University
Verified email at tamu.edu
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The relationship between organizational support, work-family conflict, and the job-life satisfaction of university coaches
MA Dixon, M Sagas
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 78 (3), 236-247, 2007
3352007
Work–family conflict in coaching I: A top-down perspective
MA Dixon, JE Bruening
Journal of Sport Management 21 (3), 377-406, 2007
3082007
Work–family conflict in coaching II: Managing role conflict
JE Bruening, MA Dixon
Journal of Sport Management 21 (4), 471-496, 2007
2182007
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
2122005
Understanding sense of community from the athlete’s perspective
S Warner, MA Dixon
Journal of Sport Management 25 (3), 257-271, 2011
1992011
Situating work–family negotiations within a life course perspective: Insights on the gendered experiences of NCAA Division I head coaching mothers
JE Bruening, MA Dixon
Sex Roles 58, 10-23, 2008
1922008
More than just letting them play: Parental influence on women’s lifetime sport involvement
MA Dixon, SM Warner, JE Bruening
Sociology of Sport Journal 25 (4), 538-559, 2008
1702008
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), 43-57, 2005
1612005
The impact of formal versus informal sport: Mapping the differences in sense of community
S Warner, MA Dixon, L Chalip
Journal of community psychology 40 (8), 983-1003, 2012
1482012
Data aggregation in multilevel analysis: A review of conceptual and statistical issues
MA Dixon, GB Cunningham
Measurement in physical education and exercise science 10 (2), 85-107, 2006
1382006
Contemporary developments in sport pedagogy and their implications for sport management education
R Light, MA Dixon
Sport Management Review 10 (2), 159-175, 2007
1342007
Employee satisfaction in sport: Development of a multi-dimensional model in coaching
MA Dixon, S Warner
Journal of Sport Management 24 (2), 139-168, 2010
1322010
Team dynamics: A social network perspective
S Warner, MT Bowers, MA Dixon
Journal of Sport Management 26 (1), 53-66, 2012
1272012
Perspectives on work-family conflict in sport: an integrated approach
MA Dixon, JE Bruening
Sport Management Review 8 (3), 227-253, 2005
1272005
Sport participation across national contexts: A multilevel investigation of individual and systemic influences on adult sport participation
SY Lim, S Warner, M Dixon, B Berg, C Kim, M Newhouse-Bailey
European sport management quarterly 11 (3), 197-224, 2011
1252011
Sports and community on campus: Constructing a sports experience that matters
S Warner, MA Dixon
Journal of College Student Development 54 (3), 283-298, 2013
1192013
Workaholism in Sport: A Mediated Model of Work–Family Conflict and Burnout.
EA Taylor, MR Huml, MA Dixon
Journal of Sport Management 33 (4), 2019
1142019
Competition, gender and the sport experience: An exploration among college athletes
S Warner, MA Dixon
Sport, Education and Society 20 (4), 527-545, 2015
1102015
Successfully navigating life transitions among African American male student-athletes: A review and examination of constellation mentoring as a promising strategy
DD Kelly, MA Dixon
Journal of Sport Management 28 (5), 498-514, 2014
1052014
From their perspective: A qualitative examination of physical activity and sport programming for working mothers
MA Dixon
Sport management review 12 (1), 34-48, 2009
962009
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