Sport, Recreation and Tourism Event Management

Theoretical and Practical Dimensions

By

  • Cheryl Mallen, Department of Sport Management, Brock University, St. Catharine's, Ontario, Canada
  • Lorne Adams, Department of Physical Education, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University, St. Catharine's, Ontario, Canada

Audience

Primarily a required text for advanced undergraduate/grad students in sport, recreation and tourism event management courses.12 of these in Canada (list available), over 200 in the US, 15 in Western Europe, at least a dozen in Australia/New Zealand

 

Book information

  • Published: April 2008
  • Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-8447-7


Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Traditional and Niche Sport, Recreation and Tourism Events by Dr. Cheryl Mallen and Dr. Lorne J. Adams; Chapter 2: The Concept of Knowledge in Event Management by Dr. Cheryl Mallen; Chapter 3: The Event Planning Model: The Event Development Phase, Part 1; Chapter 4: The Event Planning Model: The Event Development Phase, Part 11; Chapter 5: The Event Planning Model: The Event Operational Phase by Dr. Cheryl Mallen; Chapter 6: The Event Planning Model: The Event Implementation, Monitoring and Management Phase by Dr. Lorne J. Adams; Chapter 7: The Event Planning Model: The Event Evaluation and Renewal Phase: Part I by Dr. Scott Forrester; Chapter 8: The Event Planning Model: The Event Evaluation and Renewal Phase, Part II by Dr. Scott Forrester; Chapter 9: Event Bidding by Dr. Cheryl Mallen; Chapter 10: Facilitating Quality in Event Management by Dr. Craig Hyatt; Chapter 11: An Integral Approach to Experiential Learning: A Foundation for Event Management and Personal Development by Dr. Beth Jowdy, Dr. Mark McDonald and Dr. Kirsty Spence; Chapter 12: Conclusions by Dr. Lorne J. Adams; Appendix A: Operational Plan for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)Round 2 Basketball Championship, San Jose, California, The Hospitality Component, by Lauren Thompson; Appendix B: Facilitation Issues and Suggestions for the Implementation, Monitoring and Management Phase of the Planning Model by Scott McRoberts; References