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Philosophies of Sport Management

Philosophies of Sport Management

A supplemental textbook for college courses in sport management.

 

 

Introduction to Leisure Services

Introduction to Leisure Services

Introduction to Leisure Services: Career Perspectives in Recreation Management, Sport Management, and Tourism Management is designed to serve as both a supplemental textbook for college courses in recreation, sport, and tourism management; and a resource book for offices of career services, libraries, and departments of recreation, sport, and tourism management at the college level.

 

 

Underground and Hidden Histories in Leisure Services

Underground and Hidden Histories in Leisure Services

History is the study of past events, underground is what is beneath the surface, in this case, of a profession, and hidden is linked to conceal and obscure. These three concepts—history, underground, and hidden—explain this book.

 

 

Pastimes, 7th ed.

Pastimes, 7th ed.

More than a textbook, Pastimes is very much a point of view. Leisure is presented as a human phenomenon – both individual and collective.

 

 

Recreational Sport Management, 6th ed.

Recreational Sport Management, 6th ed.

Recreational Sport Management: Foundations and Applications (6th ed.) serves the pedagogical development and professional preparation of recreational sport professionals across many disciplines including Sport Management, Physical Education and Kinesiology, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Health, and Business.

 

 

Survey Research and Analysis, 2nd ed.

Survey Research and Analysis, 2nd ed.

Survey Research and Analysis (2nd ed.) employs the standards of science for addressing both theoretical and applied questions. Early chapters illustrate how social science theory can be used to define and shape the content of surveys, and clarify conceptual distinctions.

 

 

Nonprofit Law

Nonprofit Law

As part of the Sagamore-Venture Nonprofit Book series, the Nonprofit Law book tries to do more than provide an overview of important topics about which nonprofit leaders should be aware.

 

 

The Fuller Life Man

The Fuller Life Man

Throughout the 20th century, The Fuller Brush Man was a common sight along the sidewalks of America’s residential neighborhoods. Going door to door, The Fuller Brush Man sold dependable household cleaning products to stay-at-home moms. The Fuller Brush Man was known for his enthusiasm and the quality of his wares. Respecting his customer’s time, The Fuller Brush Man made his good-natured pitch quickly, took down whatever orders came his way, and departed with a “Good day” and tip of the hat.