This new major work on sport and leisure management takes a wide and holistic view of the topic, conceptualising sport and leisure management as an area of study that is underpinned by a range of social science disciplines, including, but not limited to, political science, economics, sociology, psychology, geography and, of course, management. Over four volumes, Editor Mike Weed has carefully selected and compiled articles covering the key aspects of the subject, including context, supply, demand and management. In order to enhance the coherence of the collection, each volume is framed by a contextualising introductory chapter, with a larger primary introduction in Volume I tying the concept of the collection neatly together. Volume One: Dimensions of Sport and Leisure Management Volume Two: The Mixed Economy of Sport and Leisure Provision Volume Three: Sport and Leisure Consumption Volume Four: Managing Sport and Leisure Operations
|Series:||SAGE Library of Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure Series|
|Edition description:||Four-Volume Set|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Professor Mike Weed is Professor of Sport in Society, Director of the Centre for Sport, Physical Education and Activity Research (SPEAR), and Director of Research for the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences at Canterbury Christ Church University in the UK. He is interested in sport and physical activity consumption, the processes by which people engage with sport and health messages, and strategies for encouraging behaviour change, and his work in this area has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, the UK Department of Health, UK Sport, Sport England, and the Youth Sport Trust. Professor Weed is also interested in all areas of the relationship between sport and tourism, but particularly in the motivations and behaviours of active sports tourists and travelling sports spectators, and in the implications of hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Professor Weed is author (with Chris Bull) of Sports Tourism: Participants, Policy and Providers (2nd Ed., Elsevier, 2009) and Olympic Tourism (Elsevier, 2008), and Editor of Sport & Tourism: A Reader (Routledge, 2008). He is Editor of the Journal of Sport & Tourism (Taylor & Francis), has Guest Edited issues of European Sport Management Quarterly, European Journal of Sport Science and Psychology of Sport & Exercise, and sits on the Editorial Boards of Qualitative Research in Sport & Exercise and Psychology of Sport & Exercise.
Table of Contents
VOLUME ONE: DIMENSIONS OF SPORT AND LEISURE MANAGEMENT PART ONE: MORE THAN MANAGING SPORT Towards a Distinctive Sport Management Discipline - Laurence Chalip Sport Management Must Show Social Concern as It Develops Tenable Theory - Earle Zeigler From outside Lane to inside Track: - Simon Chadwick Sport Management Research in the 21st Century The Special Features of Sport - Aaron Smith and Bob Stewart A Critical Revisit PART TWO: THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SPORT AND LEISURE Not Playing around - Barry Smart Global Capitalism, Modern Sport and Consumer Culture Globalization of Sport - Lucie Thibault An Inconvenient TruthThe Symbolic Politics of Sport Mega-Events: 2010 in Comparative Perspective - D. Black Call Me Loyal - Alistair John and Steve Jackson Globalization, Corporate Nationalism and the America's Cup PART THREE: SPORT AND HEALTH Organizational Readiness and Capacity-Building Strategies of Sporting Organizations to Promote Health - Meghan Casey, Warren Payne and Rochelle Eime Sports Participation and Health-Related Behaviours among U.S. Youth - Russell Pate et al Protection of Children in Competitive Sport - Romana Weber Some Critical Questions for London 2012 How Will We Know if the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics Benefit Health? - Mike Weed PART FOUR: SPORT AND CULTURETowards Social Leverage of Sport Events - Laurence Chalip Sport in the 'City of Culture' - John Hughson The Cultural Policy Connection 100 Years of Cultural Programming within the Olympic Games (1912-2012) - Beatriz Garcia Origins, Evolution and Projections PART FIVE: SPORT AND TOURISMProgress in Sports Tourism Research? A Meta-Review and Exploration of Futures - Mike Weed Critical (Realist) Reflection on Policy and Management Research in Sport, Tourism and Sports Tourism - Paul Downward Major Sport Events and Long-Term Tourism Impacts - Harry Arne Solberg and Holger Preuss VOLUME TWO: THE MIXED ECONOMY OF SPORT AND LEISURE PROVISION PART ONE: PROFESSIONAL SPORT Managing North American Major Professional Sport Teams in the New Millennium - James Gladden, Richard Irwin and William Sutton A Focus on Building Brand Equity On the Evolution of Competitive Balance - Martin Schmidt and David Berri The Impact of an Increasing Global Search The Peculiar International Economics of Professional Football in Europe - Stefan Kesenne PART TWO: THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN SPORT AND LEISURE A Stakeholder Approach to Understanding Economic Development Decision-Makin - Michael Friedman and Daniel Mason Public Subsidies for Professional Sport FacilitiesSport and the Welfare State in Europe - Klaus Heinemann Governing under Advanced Liberalism - Mick Green Sport Policy and the Social Investment State Knowledge, Power and Politics Contesting 'Evidence-Based' National Sport Policy - Joe Piggin, Steven Jackson and Malcolm Lewis PART THREE: SPORT AND THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR Non-Profit Sport Board Performance - Russell Hoye and Alison Doherty A Review and Directions for Future Research Voluntary Engagement in Sports Clubs - Eike Emrich et al A Behavioral Model and Some Empirical Evidence Sports Policy Development and Implementation in Context - Alex Donaldson, Susan Leggett and Caroline Finch Researching and Understanding the Perceptions of Community End Users Understanding Sport Clubs as Sport Policy Implementers - Eivind Skille A Theoretical Framework for the Analysis of the Implementation of Central Sport Policy through Local and Voluntary Sport Organizations PART FOUR: SPORT AND LEISURE IN THE COMMERCIAL SECTOR Sport Business in the Next Decade - Daniel Mahony and Dennis Howard A General Overview of Expected Trends Gross Domestic Sport Product - Michael Milano and Packianathan Challadurai The Size of the Sport Industry in the United States Exploring the Relationship between Sponsorship Characteristics and Sponsorship Asking Price - Taryn Wishart, Seung Pil Lee and T.Bettina Cornwell Developing a Theory of Sport-Based Entrepreneurship - Vanessa Ratten PART FIVE: SPORT AND EDCUATION Physical Education and Sport in Schools - Richard Bailey A Review of Benefits and Outcomes Sports-Based Interventions for Socially Vulnerable Youth - Reinhard Haudenhuyse, Marc Theeboom and Zeno Nols Towards Well-Defined Interventions with Easy-to-Follow Outcomes? Exploitation in College Sports - Derek Van Rheenen Race, Revenue and Educational Reward Olympic Education and beyond - Dikaia Chatziefstathiou Olympism and Value Legacies from the Olympic and Paralympic Games VOLUME THREE: SPORT AND LEISURE CONSUMPTION PART ONE: PARTICIPATION IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Changes in German Sport Participation - Claudia Klostermann and Siegfried Nagel Historical Trends in Individual Sports Gender and Family Status Differences in Leisure-Time Sports/Fitness Participation - Hiromi Taniguchi and Frances Shupe Social Interactions and the Demand for Sport - Paul Downward and Joseph Riordan An Economic Analysis The Demand for Sport - F. Lera-Lopez and M. Rapun-Garate Sport Consumption and Participation Models Understanding Participation in Sport and Physical Activity among Children and Adults - Steven Allender, Gill Cowburn and Charlie Foster A Review of Qualitative Studies PART TWO: SPORT AND LEISURE LIFESTYLES The Relative Demands for Sports and Leisure in England - Paul Downward and Simona Rasciute Lifestyle Sport, Public Policy and Youth Engagement - Paul Gilchrist and Belinda Wheaton Examining the Emergence of Parkour Involvement in Sport and Social Connectedness - Russell Hoye, Matthew Nicholson and Kevin Brown Does Sport Foster Social Capital? The Contribution of Sport to a Lifestyle of Community Participation - Thomas Perks PART THREE: SPORT FANDOM Sport Consumer Motivation - Daniel Funk, Anthony Beaton and Kostas Alexandris Autonomy and Control Orientations That Regulate Fan BehavioursWomen's Sport Spectatorship - Annemarie Farrell, Janet Fink and Sarah Fields An Exploration of Men's Influence Brazillian Football - Regina Madalozzo and Rodrigo Berber Villar What Brings Fans to the Game? The Pub as a Virtual Football Fandom Venue - Mike Weed An Alternative to 'Being There'? PART FOUR: SPORT, LEISURE AND THE MEDIA Expanding the Boundaries of Sport Media Research - Mary Jo Kane and Heather Maxwell Using Critical Theory to Explore Consumer Responses to Representations of Women's Sports Sport, Media and Consumption in Asia - David Rowe and Callum Gilmour A Merchandized Milieu Public Broadcasting, Sport and Cultural Citizenship - Jay Scherer and David Whitson The Future of Sport on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation? From Inside the Newsroom - P David Howe Paralympic Media and the 'Production' of Elite Disability PART FIVE: TECHNOLOGY AND SPORT Sport on the Move - Brett Hutchins The Unfolding Impact of Mobile Communications on the Media Sport Content Economy New Media, Professional Sport and Political Economy - Jon Dart From Anti-Doping to a 'Performance Policy' - Andy Miah Sport Technology, Being Human and Doing Ethics Technology in Paralympic Sport - Brendan Burkett Performance Enhancement or Essential for Performance? VOLUME FOUR: MANAGING SPORT AND LEISURE OPERATIONS PART ONE: SPORT FINANCE AND ECONOMICSThe Evolving European Model of Professional Sports Finance - Wladimir Andreff and Paul Staudoher The Use and Misuse of Economic Impact Analysis - Ian Hudson The Case of Professional Sports Modelling the Economic Impact of Sports Events - Shi Na Li, Adam Blake and Rhodri Thomas The Case of the Beijing Olympics Contingent Valuation of a Classic Cycle Race - Andy Vekeman et al PART TWO: SPORT FACILITY AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT Measuring Service Quality in Sport Services - E. Tsitskari, D. Tsiotras and G. Tsiotras The Intention-to-Repurchase Paradox - Alain Ferrand, Leigh Robinson and Pierre Valette-Florence A Case of the Health and Fitness Industry Management of Multipurpose Stadiums - Claudia Hock, Christian Ringle and Marko Sarstedt Importance and Performance Measurement of Service Interfaces PART THREE: MARKETING AND SPORT AND LEISURE The Four Domains of Sports Marketing - Sam Fullerton and G. Russell Merz A Conceptual Framework Meeting Relationship-Marketing Goals through Social Media - Jo Williams and Susan Chinn A Conceptual Model for Sport MarketersToward a History of Sport Branding - Stephen Hardy, Brian Norman and Sarah Sceery The Multiple Brand Personalities of David Beckham - John Vincent, John Hill and Jason Lee A Case Study of the Beckham Brand PART FOUR: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN SPORT Management Training and National Sport Organization Managers - Patti Millar and Julie Stevens Examining the Impact of Training on Individual and Organizational Performances Global Human Resource Management Influences on Local Sport Organizations - Tracy Taylor and Cynthia Ho The Value of Human Resources in Non-Public Sports Providers - Steven Vos The Importance of Volunteers in Non-Profit Sports Clubs versus Professionals in For-Profit Fitness and Health Clubs PART FIVE: MANAGING THE IMPACTS OF SPORT AND LEISUREThe Total Economic Value of Sporting Events Theory and Practice - Eric Barget and Jean-Jacques Gouget Large Sport Events and Unemployment - Florian Hagn and Wolfgang Maennig The Case of the 2006 Soccer World Cup in Germany Sport Events and Strategic Leveraging - Daniel James O'Brien and Laurence Chalip Pushing towards the Triple Bottom Line Mega-Events as a Response to Poverty Reduction - Udesh Pillay and Orli Bass The 2010 FIFA World Cup and Its Urban Development Implications