Aspects of sport governance
Meyer & Meyer Sport, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 200 pages
The thorough dissemination of sport-science information to all interested organisations and institutions, and the application of sport science results to practical areas of sport. In each volume of Perspectives, expert contributions from several different sport science disciplines address relevant physical education and sport science themes. Sport Governance involves the structure, function, power, and influence of sport. The topic is comprised of information from several fields, which include management, administration, social psychology, history, political science, and group dynamics. The four sections deal for example with the structure and function of national and international sport organizations or with the future of leadership and management.
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