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Dr Georgia Teare

Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Dr. Georgia Teare completed her PhD at the University of Ottawa's (Canada) School of Human Kinetics in 2022. She complted her undergradute and master's degrees at the Univeristy of Waterloo in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies. She is currently a Lecturer of Sport Management in the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Northumbria University. 

Georgia Teare

Dr. Teare’s research expertise is around social impacts of sport events and leveraging sport events for such desired outcomes. She is particularly interested in sport participation impacts and youth populations. 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Investigating top-down and bottom-up strategic alignment of event leveraging outcomes: The case of the 2021 UCI Road World Championships, Teare, G., Bakhsh, J., Bodin, K., Helsen, K., Taks, M., Scheerder, J. 4 Jan 2024, In: European Sport Management Quarterly
  • Beyond the host nation: An investigation of trickle-down effects in the “Hometowns” of Canadian athletes who medalled at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Potwarka, L., Ramchandani, G., Castellanos-García, P., Kokolakakis, T., Teare, G., Jiang, K. 4 Jul 2023, In: European Sport Management Quarterly
  • How Pre-Event Engagement and Event Type Are Associated with Spectators’ Cognitive Processing at Two Swimming Events, Derom, I., Taks, M., Potwarka, L., Snelgrove, R., Wood, L., Teare, G. 2 May 2023, In: Journal of Global Sport Management
  • Toward value co-creation in private youth sport for ‘secondary’ consumers: expert coaches’ perceptions of parent–coach collaboration, Horne, E., Teare, G. 4 Oct 2023, In: European Sport Management Quarterly
  • Critical social science in sport management research: A scoping review, Bodin, K., Teare, G., Taks, M. 28 Jan 2022, In: Frontiers in Sports and Active Living
  • Examining the use of postcolonial management theory in sport management education: Strategies to enhance student learning of colonial histories and challenge dominant ideologies, McSweeney, M., Teare, G., Liu, H. 1 Oct 2022, In: Sport Management Education Journal
  • Here today, gone tomorrow: Experiences of youth who responded to an event leveraging initiative, Teare, G., Potwarka, L., Wigfield, D., Chard, C. 25 Jun 2022, In: Managing Sport and Leisure
  • Linking Sport Events with Sport Participation and Development, Taks, M., Teare, G., Baker, R., Esherick, C., Baker, P. 12 Jan 2022, Sport for Development and Peace, Rowman & Littlefield
  • Love My Hood: An examination of community engagement techniques in the City of Kitchener, Ontario, Mayers, R., Bodin, K., Teare, G. 13 Jan 2022, In: Canadian Journal of Urban Research
  • An innovative approach to increasing youth sport participation: The case of Baseball5™, Bodin, K., Teare, G., Bakhsh, J., Taks, M. 1 Jan 2021, In: Case Studies in Sport Management

  • Sport Management PhD November 06 2022
  • Sport Management MA (Hons) August 31 2017
  • Recreation Management BA (Hons) June 06 2015


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