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Contemporary Sport Management

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780736042437

ISBN10:
0736042431
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Human Kinetics
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Summary

The second edition of >Contemporary Sport Management> incorporates the most recent developments in the field, giving students and professionals a comprehensive and timely look at the world of sport management.Editors Janet Parks and Jerome Quarterman tap the expertise of 29 of the best researchers, practitioners, and teachers in the field to provide both contemporary examples and historical points of reference for their study. New chapters have been added to give readers more of the information they need in order to think critically about the ever-expanding sport management field.>Contemporary Sport Management, Second Edition,> explores the new and growing scope of opportunities within the industry while surveying the historical, psychological, sociological, and philosophical foundations of sport. The easy-to-read format will allow readers to quickly grasp management and organizational concepts and apply them in sport enterprises.New to this edition are chapters on the ethical and legal aspects of sport management as well as thorough discussions about consumer behavior, sport publicity and public relations, sport finance, sport tourism, critical thinking, and sport management research. Other updated features of the text include--learning activities, glossary terms, and review questions for each chapter to aid reader comprehension;-detailed case studies, scenarios, and day-in-the-life examples to help readers see the relevance of the information covered; and-sources of additional information to assist readers who want to know and learn more.Part I,"Introduction to Sport Management, " covers the disciplinary foundations of sport and physical activity, providing insight into sport as an influential cultural practice and formidable industry.Part II,"Social and Behavioral Foundations of Sport Management, " presents information about the ethical, legal, sociological, and psychological aspects of sport and discusses the resulting implications for sport managers.Part III,"Organizational and Managerial Foundations of Sport Management, " helps readers define the term organization and offers insight into how readers can become first-rate leaders and managers in sport.Part IV,"Selected Functional Areas of Sport Management, " provides an overview of sport marketing, public relations, finance, facility management, intercollegiate athletics, pro sport, sport marketing and management agencies, tourism, and international sport to demonstrate the depth and breadth of knowledge that sport managers are required to have.Part V,"The Future of Sport Management, " details approaches to sport management research as well as issues and emerging questions in the field.The second edition of >Contemporary Sport Management> is an invaluable tool for anyone interested in a sport management career. The revised text is a comprehensive learning resource and professional reference tool.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xi
PART I Introduction to Sport Management
Sport Management: An Overview
5(18)
Janet B. Parks
Jerome Quarterman
Defining Sport and Sport Management
7(1)
Nature and Scope of the Sport Industry
8(4)
Unique Aspects of Sport Management
12(2)
Sport Management Competencies
14(3)
Future Challenges and Opportunities for Sport Managers
17(1)
Future of the Sport Industry
18(5)
Developing a Professional Perspective
23(18)
Kathryn S. Hoff
JoAnn Kroll
Janet B. Parks
Professional Preparation
23(2)
Professional Attitude
25(7)
Career Planning and Management
32(9)
Historical Sketches: The Development of the Sport Business Industry
41(38)
Lawrence W. Fielding
Brenda Pitts
1870s: Commercialization Models in Baseball
42(1)
1880s: Commercialization Models in Sporting Goods
43(3)
1880s: Commercialization Models in Intercollegiate Sport
46(1)
1890s: Intense Market Competition and the Bicycle Craze
47(3)
1900s: Market Development and Market Segmentation
50(1)
1910s: The Rise of Endorsement Advertising
51(1)
1920s: The Golden Age of Sports
52(2)
1930s: Depression and the Age of Cooperation
54(5)
1940s: World War II and Sport Policy
59(2)
1950s: New Techniques and New Technologies
61(3)
1960s: The Foreign Invasion
64(3)
1970s: From Woodstock to Nautilus
67(2)
1980s: The Participation Revolution
69(2)
1990s: MJ as Brand and the Experience Economy
71(8)
Thinking Critically About Sport Management
79(16)
Stuart M. Keeley
Janet B. Parks
Becoming a Critical Thinker
80(7)
Asking the Core Critical Questions
87(8)
PART II Social and Behavioral Foundations of Sport Management
Legal and Ethical Considerations in Sport Management
95(12)
Lori Miller
Joy T. DeSensi
Ethics
95(3)
The Law
98(9)
Sociological Aspects of Sport and Physical Activity
107(20)
Mary Jo Kane
Defining Sport
107(1)
Defining Sport Sociology
107(1)
The Role of Theory in Understanding Sport
108(2)
Social Significance of Sport
110(1)
Benefits of Sport
110(2)
Dark Side of Sport
112(8)
Sport as a Vehicle for Social Transformation
120(1)
Implications for Sport Managers
121(6)
Psychology of Sport Consumer Behavior
127(22)
B. Christine Green
Understanding the Individual as a Sport Consumer
127(11)
Group Influences on the Sport Consumer
138(2)
Building a Relationship With the Consumer
140(2)
Consumer Decision Making in Sport
142(7)
PART III Organizational and Managerial Foundations of Sport Management
Sport Organization Managers and Organizational Behavior
149(16)
Jerome Quarterman
Defining Organization
150(4)
Unique Features of Organizational Behavior Studies
154(4)
Organizational Behavior Research in Context of Sport Mangement Studies
158(2)
Questions Often Asked About the Study of Organizational Behavior
160(5)
Managing and Leading Sport Organizations
165(24)
Jerome Quarterman
Ming Li
Differences Between Management and Leadership
165(1)
Management as a Process in Sport Organizations
166(2)
Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Leadership
168(3)
Managerial Leadership
171(18)
PART IV Selected Functional Areas of Sport Management
Sport Marketing
189(22)
F. Wayne Blann
Ketra L. Armstrong
Ethics and Social Responsibility
190(1)
Developing a Sport Marketing Plan
191(14)
Challenges and Directions in Sport Marketing
205(6)
Public Relations in the Sport Industry
211(20)
Clay Stoldt
Catherine Pratt
Jason Jackson
Communication Basics
212(3)
Media Relations in Sport
215(5)
Community Relations in Sport
220(4)
Other Public Relations Positions
224(1)
Communication Technology and Its Impact on Sport
225(6)
Finance, Economics, and Budgeting in the Sport Industry
231(24)
Timothy D. DeSchriver
Daniel F. Mahony
Current Financial Situation in the U.S. Professional Sport Industry
232(1)
Current Financial Situation in U.S. College Athletics
233(1)
Economics of Sport
234(8)
Overview of Financial Management
242(6)
Sources of Revenues and Expenses for Sport Organizations
248(2)
Careers in Financial Management for Sport Organizations
250(5)
Sport Facility and Event Management
255(16)
Robin Ammon Jr.
David K. Stotlar
Types of Facilities
255(1)
Facility Management
256(2)
Event Management
258(8)
Risk Management
266(5)
Intercollegiate Athletics
271(26)
Robertha Abney
Ellen J. Staurowsky
Governance of Intercollegiate Athletics
271(8)
Intercollegiate Athletics Administrators
279(8)
Careers in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration
287(10)
Professional Sport
297(26)
James M. Gladden
William A. Sutton
Nature of Professional Sport
297(1)
History of the Major American Professional Sports
298(2)
Unique Aspects of Professional Sport
300(7)
Revenue Sources for Professional Sport Teams
307(4)
Career Opportunities in Professional Sport
311(12)
Sport Management and Marketing Agencies
323(14)
Mark A. McDonald
William A. Sutton
Creating a Sport Management and Marketing Agency Plan
323(1)
Functions of Sport Management and Marketing Agencies
324(4)
Types of Sport Management and Marketing Agencies
328(4)
Careers Within Sport Management and Marketing Agencies
332(1)
Challenges Facing Sport Management and Marketing Agencies
332(5)
Sport Tourism
337(24)
Heather Gibson
Tourism and the Tourism Industry
337(2)
Defining Sport Tourism
339(12)
Understanding the Sport Tourist
351(1)
Three Impacts of Sport Tourism: Sociocultural, Economic, and Environmental
352(9)
International Sport
361(22)
Ted G. Fay
What Is International Sport?
361(1)
1972: A Snapshot of Key Historic Changes in International Sport
362(1)
Redefining International Sport
363(1)
Assessing the Expanding Market for International Sport
364(2)
China As an Awakening Sport Giant
366(5)
Careers in International Sport
371(5)
International Sport in the Next Decade
376(7)
PART V The Future of Sport Management
Questions, Answers, and Sport Management Research
383(24)
Jacquelyn Cuneen
Robert Boucher
Why Understanding Research Is Important to Sport Managers
384(1)
Addressing Questions and Gathering Information Without Bias
385(1)
The Folly of Trial-and-Error Management
386(1)
A Question's Path: The Need for Information
386(1)
Question Construction: Careful Planning and Useful Results
387(1)
The Question and Answer Industry: Commercial Research in Sport Management
388(1)
Action Research and Problem Solving
388(2)
How Statistics Can Lie
390(1)
Will It Work in Peoria?
391(2)
Important Research Questions Addressed
393(2)
Caution! Pothole on the Road to Progress
395(2)
Emerging Questions in Sport Management
397(4)
What Else Do You Need to Ask?
401(6)
Understanding Sport Management Research
407(14)
Wendy Frisby
Making Informed Decisions
407(1)
Judging the Quality of Research
408(1)
Key Concepts
409(3)
The Research Processs
412(9)
Index 421(8)
About the Editors 429(2)
About the Contributors 431


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