Article by Umer Hussain published on online media outlet

An article by Umer Hussain, assistant professor of business and sports management, was published in January by Breakthrough, an online media outlet. “The Global North hypocrisy: The death of 6,500 migrant workers in the Qatar 2022 World Cup” is a version of his long journal article “The Muslim community and sport scholarship- a scoping review to advance sport management research.” It also is an extension of his upcoming three book chapters on the FIFA 2022 World Cup and media coverage.

Breakthrough by Neliti has an audience of 3 million monthly.

Hussain’s areas of research include exploring the intersection of race, religion and gender in sports. He has more than nine years of experience in academia and practice, has published numerous scholarly journal articles and presented his research at many academic conferences globally.

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