The Handbook of College Athletics and Recreation Administration [NOOK Book]

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"The Handbook of College Athletics and Recreation Administration provides insiders' in-depth and firsthand perspectives on issues in the contemporary professional administration of intercollegiate athletics and recreation, as well as practical solutions to these issues. It is a must-read for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in college athletics and campus recreation administration." —Ming Li,...

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Overview

Praise for The Handbook of College Athletics and Recreation Administration

"The Handbook of College Athletics and Recreation Administration provides insiders' in-depth and firsthand perspectives on issues in the contemporary professional administration of intercollegiate athletics and recreation, as well as practical solutions to these issues. It is a must-read for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in college athletics and campus recreation administration." —Ming Li, professor and chair, Department of Sports Administration, College of Business, Ohio University

"The Handbook of College Athletics and Recreation Administration is a useful text for undergraduate students preparing for sport management careers within postsecondary institutions. This book effectively blends historical perspectives, theoretical foundations, and practical illustrations in a relevant format that addresses key issues in intercollegiate sports and campus recreation. Of particular value is the focus on people and importance of building relationships based on integrity, trust, and mutual respect." —Tom Collins, associate professor of sport management, chair of Sport Studies and Physical Education, Chowan University

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118234747
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/28/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 450
  • File size: 873 KB

Meet the Author

George S. McClellan is the vice chancellor for student affairs at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Chris King is the director of intercollegiate athletics at the University of Texas-Pan American.

Donald L. Rockey, Jr. is associate professor in the Recreation and Sport Management Program at Coastal Carolina University.

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Table of Contents

Figures and Tables xi

Preface xiii

Acknowledgments xv

The Authors xix

PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS 1

1 College Athletics: Continuity and Change Over Four Centuries 3
John R. Thelin

2 An Overview of Fitness and Recreation in Collegiate Settings 21
Donald L. Rockey, Jr. and Robert J. Barcelona

3 Theoretical Foundations 44
Mary F. Howard-Hamilton and Joy Gaston Gayles

4 Ethics and Professionalism in College Athletics and Recreation 66
Michael L. Buckner

5 Legal Issues in Intercollegiate Sports and Recreation 83
Barbara Osborne

6 Title IX 107
Valerie M. Bonnette

7 Governance of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation 127
B. David Ridpath and Robertha Abney

Part One Case Studies 153

PART TWO: SKILLS 155

8 Managing, Leading, and Supervising Student Employees and Staff 159
Colleen A. McGlone and Stephen Rey

9 Financial Management and Budgeting 175
Timothy D. DeSchriver and Edgar N. Johnson

10 Planning and Managing Facilities 196
James E. Greenwell

11 Managing Events 212
Heather J. Lawrence

12 Managing Friends and Raising Funds 232
David F. Wolf

13 Managing Marketing and Public Relations 246
Scott Branvold

14 Managing Political Environments and Relationships 266
Jeremy Stringer and Bill Hogan

15 Managing Assessment and Evaluation 287
George S. McClellan

Part Two Case Studies 299

PART THREE: ISSUES 301

16 A CEO’s Perspective of Athletics and Recreation 303
Michael A. Wartell

17 Dimensions of Diversity 321
C. Keith Harrison, Scott Bukstein, and Walter Brock

18 Health and Wellness Issues 336
David A. Shor, John H. Dunkle, and Carrie A. Jaworski

19 Professional Development and Advancement 355
Chris King and David P. Synowka

20 Summing Up and Looking Ahead 367
George S. McClellan, Donald L. Rockey, Jr., and Chris King

Appendix: Resources for Leadership, Management, and Supervision of Staff and Volunteers 377

Name Index 379

Subject Index 383

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