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Globalizing Sport

Author : George H. Sage
ISBN : 9781317258803
Genre : Social Science
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Sport is enjoyed by millions of people across the world, and both watching and playing sport constitutes a major part of modern leisure time. But sport is also a huge worldwide industry. In Globalizing Sport, George Sage invites readers to explore a deeper understanding of the global dynamics of sport - not only competitions but of the big businesses of money, media coverage, athletic apparel and more. He shows how phenomena such as migration, labour, commerce and politics affect the athletes and the fans, continually reshaping the business and experience of sport. Globalizing Sport puts sport in its political, economic and social context, revealing its connections with businesses, countries, media outlets and education systems.

Sport In A Changing World

Author : Howard Nixon II
ISBN : 9781317383772
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 42. 33 MB
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This book shows how the dynamic interplay of a powerful "golden triangle" of sports, media, and business interests with social, cultural, economic, and political forces shapes sport in a changing world. This edition is a condensed and updated version of the first edition, with an emphasis on current social issues in sport. It also has more global content. The golden triangle concept is more developed and applied more extensively. Other key themes of the first edition—power, status, and inequality—are also more developed. New "Stop and Think Questions" have been added to challenge students to think about the meaning of what they have read. The book is now divided into five sections. The new sections highlight sociology and the sociology of sport; inequality and diversity; globalization and social deviance; major social contexts of sport, including the high school, college, and professional levels; and power, political economy, and global sports.

Globalization And Sport

Author : Richard Giulianotti
ISBN : 1405162694
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 78. 88 MB
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Globalization and Sport is a unique collection which places sport at the heart of debates on global processes. Features major critical interventions by some of the world’s leading sociologists and anthropologists on the subject of sport Contributors include George Ritzer, David Andrews, Frank Lechner, William Kelly, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Barry Smart, Paul James, Chris Rumford and Gary Armstrong Provides a mixture of original theories and fresh research material, examining sport in a diversity of settings, including Europe, the Americas, Australasia, Africa and Asia Essential reading for anyone interested in globalization processes or sport

Communication And Sport

Author : Andrew C. Billings
ISBN : 9781483324012
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Second Edition of Communication and Sport: Surveying the Field offers the most comprehensive and diverse approach to the study of communication and sport available at the undergraduate level. Newly expanded to incorporate the latest topics and perspectives in the field, the New Edition examines a wide array of topics to help readers understand important issues such as sports media, rhetoric, culture, and organizations from both micro- and macro- perspectives. Everything from youth to amateur to professional sports is addressed in terms of mythology, community, and identity; issues such as fan cultures, racial identity and gender in sports media, politics and nationality in sports, and sports and religion are explored in depth, and provide useful, applied insight for readers. Practical and relevant, epistemologically diverse, and theoretically grounded, the Second Edition of Billings, Butterworth, and Turman’s text keeps readers on the cutting-edge.

Sociology Of North American Sport

Author : George H. Sage
ISBN : 0190854103
Genre : Social Science
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Now in its eleventh edition, Sociology of North American Sport offers a compact yet comprehensive and integrated perspective on sport in North American society. Bringing a unique viewpoint to the subject, George H. Sage, D. Stanley Eitzen, and Becky Beal analyze and, in turn, demythologize sport. This method promotes an understanding of how a sociological perspective differs from commonsense perceptions about sport and society, helping students to understand sport in a new way.

Contemporary Leadership In Sport Organizations

Author : Scott, David
ISBN : 9780736096423
Genre : Business & Economics
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Contemporary Leadership in Sport Organizations blends research on leadership with practical application of the skills and knowledge that students will need on the job. This text provides sport management students with a comprehensive understanding of the complex topic of leadership in sport through a presentation of foundational and contemporary research, numerous practical examples and analytical exercises, and thought-provoking self-assessments and quotes.

Sport In A Changing World

Author : Howard L. Nixon
ISBN : 9781317251545
Genre : Social Science
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In a stressful, turbulent world, sports can be an escape from reality. Yet sport actually mirrors the issues and problems of our world today, bearing the imprint of powerful forces of social change. This book offers a sociological perspective for seeing and understanding the place of sport in society and how it is affected by big business and by demographic, cultural, organizational, economic, political, and technological change. Nixon's main focus is "big-time" commercialized and corporate sport, from Little League Baseball, Inc. to youth club sports, high school and college athletics, and professional and Olympic sports. He writes vividly of the making and unmaking of heroes and celebrities. Throughout he shows how the combined influence of networks of major sports organizations, media corporations, and corporate sponsors is shaping sport around the world.

Ethics And Morality In Sport Management

Author : Joy Theresa DeSensi
ISBN : 1935412132
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The third edition continues to examine the ethical concepts, principles and issues in the administration and organisation of sport that made the first two editions of this textbook so widely adopted. The book approaches the topics from four directions: ethical theory, personal and professional ethics, ethics applied, and future moral and ethical issues. Joy T DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg have enhanced the text by adding two new chapters that help to frame the content in a globalised context. In addition, the references, examples, scenarios, and analyses have been updated throughout the book.

Fair And Foul

Author : D. Stanley Eitzen
ISBN : 074256178X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Americans have long cherished sport for its display of superb skills, heroic efforts, selfless teamwork, uncanny strategies, exuberance, spontaneity, and loyalty. This book moves beyond the myths and media hype to take a closer look at America's love ofsport and how it so often comes in conflict with our most basic values. With reverence yet a sharp eye for the influence of big business, corruption, price gouging, political maneuvering, and media grandstanding, Eitzen portrays famous and lesser known events from professional and college sports, including well known coaches and players, to give us a deeper understanding of what sports means to us and how it affects our everyday world."--Publisher's description.

Breaking Through

Author : Kevin Sullivan
ISBN : 9781483554327
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 48. 19 MB
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When it comes to communicating your message, advances in technology and the rise of social media have created a razor thin margin for error. Whether sitting down with “60 Minutes” – or just your weekly staff meeting – Breaking Through provides a road map for effectively telling your story and driving your message. It’s an entertaining read with each communications principle brought to life through compelling case studies and real life examples. From Charlie Sheen and Anthony Weiner to Michael Vick and Caroline Kennedy, there is much we can learn from the public missteps and recoveries of our celebrity CEOs, entertainers, politicians and sports stars. And don’t think it couldn’t happen to you.

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