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Sport & Recreation Management
This guide will help JMU students research on sport recreation and sport leadership topics.
Content type(s): Abstracts to journal articles, book chapters, books and dissertations in psychology. The Check for Full Text @ JMU buttons will connect you to full-text, if it's available. Dates covered: 1872-present
Sports Business Journal (SBJ) is a key industry source for breaking news, exclusive stories, and insider interviews.
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Running a successful sporting event--whether it's a local event, state championship, or international competition--requires the knowledge and skills to plan, organize, promote, lead, and communicate effectively.
As the sport business continues to evolve, so too, does Sport Finance and Management. This second edition updates each of these elements, introduces relevant case study examples in new chapters, and examines the impact of changes in facility design, media opportunities, and league and conference policies on the economic success of teams, the salaries earned by professional players, and the finances of collegiate athletics.
The Use of Video Technologies in Refereeing Football and Other Sports analyses the capacity of audio-visual technology from different perspectives to help understand the best implementation of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system in football and, more generally, in other sports.
Researching Difference in Sport and Physical Activity goes beyond the content of introductory research methods texts to provide an insight into the methodological hurdles that are experienced when researching.
Organizational Behavior in Sport Management fills a gap in sport management literature by exploring the key organizational behavior topics in sport organization settings. The text covers issues such as diversity, ethics, values, behavior, leadership, and much more.