Management of Sports DevelopmentEdited by
- Vassil Girginov, Reader in Sport Management and Development, Brunel university, UK.
Primary: students enrolled on sports development, sports sciences, sports studies and sports management courses; academics and researchers.Secondary: Sports development professionals
Published: April 2008
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- PART ONE Chapter 1: Management of sports development as an emerging field and profession by V. GirginovPART TWO: Visions of sports development Chapter 2: Models of sports development by K. Hylton & P. BramhamChapter 3: Public policies on sports development: can mass and elite sport hold together? by M. CollinsChapter 4: Non-governmental organisations in sports development by M. GreenChapter 5: International policy and sports in development by A. Beacom & R. LevermorePART THREE: Sports development as process of social changeChapter 6: Sport as an agent for social and personal change by C. GreenChapter 7: Mega sporting events and sports development by M. ParentChapter 8: Culture and sports development by L. HillsChapter 9: Geographies of sports development: understanding the role of space and place by E. Wainwright & N. AnsellPART FOUR: Sports development deliveryChapter 10: Building organisational and management capacity for the delivery of sports development by A. AdamsChapter 11: Networks and partnerships in sports development by B. Houlihan & I. LindseyChapter 12: Funding sports development activities by I. JonesChapter 13: Accounting for sports development (progress monitoring and evaluation)by C. Burnett Chapter 14: Managing visions, changes and delivery in sports development: Summary and Future Prospects by V. Girginov