Extending the Boundaries: Theoretical Frameworks for Research in Sport Management
Investigation of postmodern perspectives on sport management research for both students and teachers. Covers issues of Critical Theory, Reflection, Narrative, Action Research, Postmodernism and Postmodernist Ethnography. Includes references and index. Published in both paperback and downloadable PDF format. Edwards is a lecturer in Education at Griffith University. Gilbert is a lecturer in Education at Monash University. Skinner is a lecturer in Sport Management at Southern Cross University.
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