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Dr. Claudia Benavides Espinoza
Assistant Professor of Sports Management
- Ph.D., Texas A&M University
- M.Ed., Texas A&M University
- B.A., Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon
- Sport Administration and Management
- Sociology of Sport
- Social Psychology
- Organizational Behavior
- Furthering the diversity literature in its many forms, specifically as it pertains to sport organizations
Cunningham, G. B., Miner, K., Benavides-Espinoza, C. (in press). Emotional reactions to observing misogyny: Examining the roles of gender, forecasting, political orientation, and religiosity. Sex Roles, 1-20 DOI: 10.1007/s11199-012-0121-y
Mooneyhan, A., Benavides-Espinoza, C., and Byars,A. (in press). Effect of physical education on muscle endurance of sixth grade American students. Revista Ciencias del Ejercicio - F.O.D.
Benavides-Espinoza, C., & Cunningham, G. B. (2010). Observer's reporting of sexual harassment: The influence of harassment type, organizational culture, and political orientation. Public Organization Review DOI:10.1007/s11115-009-0109-4
LaVetter, D. Benavides-Espinoza, C. Behavioral policies, sanctions for misconduct, ethical issues. Presented at the annual conference CSRI in
LaVetter, D.; Flowers, C.; Benavides-Espinoza, C. (2012) Moral reasoning among sport management majors: A troubling future? Presented at the annual conference of the North American Society of Sport Management in Seattle, Washington. May 22-26, 2012.
Mooneyhan, A., Benavides-Espinoza, C., and Byars,A. (2011). Effect of physical education on muscle endurance of sixth grade American students. Presented at the biannual conference of the Latin American Society of Sport Management in Monterrey, Mexico. March 28-30, 2011.
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