Sport and Policy (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
216
Utgivningsdatum
2009-08-28
Medarbetare
Nicholson, Matthew / Houlihan, Barrie
Illustratör/Fotograf
Illustrated
Illustrationer
Illustrated
Dimensioner
241 x 196 x 19 mm
Vikt
430 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
50:B&W 7.44 x 9.69 in or 246 x 189 mm (Crown 4vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780750685948
Sport and Policy (häftad)

Sport and Policy

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Sport and Policy is the first book of its kind to critically analyse the regulatory role of the state and its impact on sport and the intersections of sport with other areas of government policy. Offering a unique and comprehensive examination of how sport is affected by a range of government policy, each chapter uses an international comparative approach in order to facilitate a broad understanding of sport and policy in a global context.

This book is essential reading for any student or practitioner studying or working in policy today, and is:

* The first book to examine the intersection of sport with other (non-sport) policies from an international perspective including topics such as gambling, the media, social inclusion and economic development * Far-reaching in scope encompassing government regulation and sport's intersections with other government policies

This challenging text provides an accessible critical analysis of the intersections of sport with government policy.

Russell Hoye is an Associate Professor in Sport Management, School of Management at La Trobe University, Australia. His main research areas focus on the governance of sports organizations, the impacts of public policy on sport and the engagement of volunteers in sport. His most recent books include Sport Management: Principles and Applications (2009), Sport and Social Capital (2008) and Sport Governance (2007) with Elsevier.

Matthew Nicholson is an Associate Professor in Sport Management in the School of Human Movement and Sport Sciences at the University of Ballarat, Australia. His research and teaching interests focus on sport policy and development, the contribution of sport to social capital and the relationship between sport and the media. His most recent books include Sport Management: Principles and Applications (2009), Sport and Social Capital (2008) and Sport and the Media: Managing the Nexus (2007).

Barrie Houlihan is Professor of Sport Policy in the Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy, School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences, Loughborough University. He has written widely on many aspects of sport policy including doping, sport development, theorising the sport policy process and sport and young people. His most recent books include Sport Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Stability and Change (2007) and Comparative Elite Sport Development: Systems, Structures and Public Policy (2008) with Elsevier.

*The first book to examine the intersection of sport with other (non-sport) policies from an international perspective including topics such as gambling, the media, social inclusion and economic development *Far-reaching in scope encompassing government regulation and sport's intersections with other government policies
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Dr. Russell Hoye, Associate Professor in Sport Management, School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Latrobe University, Victoria, Australia. Russell worked at Victoria University of Technology as a lecturer in recreation and sports management for six years from 1993 before assuming a position as a Project Manager with the Victorian State Government Department of Sport and Recreation. Since 1998, Russell has also managed his own consulting practice in recreation and community development, focussing on community based organisational development. In 2002/03 Russell worked as a Lecturer in Sports Management at Griffith University, before commencing at La Trobe University in 2004. Russell's main teaching areas comprise - sport management, and organisational behaviour. Russell serves as the Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies for the School of Tourism and Hospitality and is a member of the Faculty of Law and Management Research and Graduate Studies Committee. He is a former board member of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies (ANZALS) and the Guest Editor for a special issue of Sport Management Review on professional sport in Australia and New Zealand due for publication in 2005. Dr Matthew Nicholson is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Management in the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. His research and teaching interests focus on the contribution of sport to social capital, sport policy development and practice, the relationship between sport and the media, and the management of sport organisations. His most recent books include Sport and the Media: Managing the Nexus (2007) and Sport Management: Principles and Applications (2006) with Elsevier and Australian Sport: Better by Design? The Evolution of Australian Sport Policy (2004) with Routledge.

Innehållsförteckning

PART I: SPORT POLICY CONTEXT, CONTENT AND PROCESS; Chapter 1: Introduction: The sport policy context; Chapter 2: Sport policy content; Chapter 3: The sport policy process - developing sport policy in the global context; PART 2: REGULATORY POLICIES; Chapter 4: Media; Chapter 5: Environment; Chapter 6: Gambling; Chapter 7: Organizational practices and standards; PART 3: POLICY INTERSECTIONS WITH SPORT; Chapter 8: Physical activity and health; Chapter 9: Physical Education; Chapter 10: Social inclusion and community development; Chapter 11: Urban regeneration and economic development; Chapter 12: International relations; Chapter 13: Conclusion