The Management of Sport: Its Foundation and Application

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Bonnie L. Parkhouse
Mosby, 1996 - Sports - 402 pages
This text aims to meet the needs of the sport manager, and presents information in the speciality areas of experimental learning, organizational theory, group decision-making and labour relations. Areas considered include personal ethics, organizational responsibility, and professionalization. This edition includes a new chapter on experimental learning, which provides information on how internships add to the student's educational experience by providing practical, real-world experience for the benefit of the intern, the intern's college or university, or the sponsoring organization.

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Contents

Definition Evolution and Curriculum
3
Its Scope
13
Human Resources
19
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Dr. Parkhouse received a Ph.D. in Administration from the University of Minnesota. Previous faculty appointments include the University of Southern California and California State University, Fullerton. Over 15 of her studies have been published in distinguished research journals. Numerous articles she has written have appeared in trade and commercial publications, and she is the senior author of several textbooks.

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