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Title Critical essays in sport management : exploring and achieving a paradigm shift / edited by Andy Gillentine, Robert E. Baker, Jacquelyn Cuneen
Published Scottsdale, Ariz. : Holcomb Hathaway, [2012]


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Description xiv, 213 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Moving mountains -- Where is the best "home" for sport management? -- Sport management accreditation -- Program rankings in sport management -- Is sport management a unique discipline? -- Theory versus practice -- Publish or perish? -- External funding -- Academia and the sports industry -- The power of one for the good of many -- Sport management -- The internationalization of sport managment academia -- Internships -- Preparing the next generation of doctoral students -- Welcome the millennial faculty
Summary Fifteen essays written by sports educators explore the future of sport management as an academic discipline, examine the importance of program accreditation, and assess the continuing roles played by research publication, internships, and external funding. The need for ethics in sport and the impact of internationalization on the sport industry are also considered
Subject Sports administration.
Author Baker, Robert E.
Cuneen, Jacquelyn.
Gillentine, Andy.
LC no. 2011042873
ISBN 9781934432266 (print)
9781934432273 (ebook)