Sports Management and Administration

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Index

a
Active Community Fund 226
Adair, J. 77 , 80
administration 153-4 ;
coaches and 213
aesthetic movement 10-11
Afghanistan:
and Moscow Olympics 6
Agassi, Andre 22
age:
and governing volunteers 60 ;
and participation 15
agencies:
Central Council of Physical Recreation 90 ;
committees 88-90 ;
Foundation for Sport and the Arts 92 ;
national governing bodies 86-90 ;
National Playing Fields Association 90-1 ;
partnerships and liaisons 82-3 ;
professional bodies 92-5 ;
Sports Aid Foundation 91-2 ;
sports councils 85-6 , 87 ;
Sportscoach UK 91
aims and objectives:
clarity of 111 ;
event management 207 ;
of events 189-90 ;
and planning 131-2 ;
SMART analysis 130 , 132
alcohol 146
All Black 178
Amis, J. 52
Archer, Fred 12
Aristotle 217
artificial surfaces 44
athletics facilities 44
Audit Commission 96 , 161

b
Badmin, P. 54
badminton facilities 45
Bank of Scotland 184-5
Barclaycard Vounteer Investment Programme 216
basketball facilities 45
Bass, B.M. 77-8
Best Value policy 68 , 82 , 134 ;
demands of 159-60 ;
drive for 155
Birchfield Harriers 137
Bishop, J. 47
boxing: and violence 37
Brasher, Christopher 32
British Academy of Sport 26
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 203 , 205
British Institute of Sports Administration (BISA) 93-5
British Institute of Sports Coaches 92
British Standards:
Total Quality Management 117 , 123-4
broadcasting trends 22
Brown, Gordon 27
Brundage, Avery 27
Burgess, Sue 32
Burns, Robert 100 , 131
business partnerships 83

c
Callaway, Eli 172
Campbell, Sue 32
celebration 112
Central Council of Physical Recreation (CCPR) 90 , 181-2 , 183 ;
challenges for sport 21
change:
anticipating the future 240-2 ;
management of 133-6 ;
organizational 133 ;
pressure for 161 ;
and voluntary sector 60-1
Chaudhry-Lawton, R. 111
children:
play provision 75
Christie, Linford 31
Citizens' Charter 136 , 157-8
class, socio-economic:
exchange and interchange 12 ;
images of sport 30-1 ;
participation 15
coaching 154 ;
qualifications 28 ;
training for 212-13
Coalter, F. 16

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Table ix
  • Case Studies x
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • About the Author xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Sport—what It's All About 9
  • 2 - The Sporting Context 23
  • 3 - The Voluntary Sector 47
  • 4 - Sports Development 65
  • 5 - Leadership 76
  • 6 - Working Together 82
  • 7 - People 96
  • 8 - Organizational Management 115
  • 9 - Management in Practice 139
  • 10 - Management Challenges 157
  • 11 - Marketing 166
  • 12 - Event Management 186
  • 13 - Education and Training 211
  • 14 - Personal Skills 228
  • 15 - Into the Future 240
  • Appendix: Useful Sports Contacts and Addresses 244
  • Bibliography 265
  • Index 275
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