New Publication Announcement: Managing Sports Across Borders
Commercial and Social Justice Perspectives in Sport Management
The Faculty of Humanities would like to congratulate Emeritus Professor, Anneliese Goslin on the release of a new Routledge publication titled ‘Managing Sport Across Borders’. She is a principal co-editor and a co-author of the first chapter titled ‘Integrative framework for international sport business management and its macro-environment’. The book was published in February 2020 and is co-edited by Dr Darlene Kluka, USA, and Vice President of the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE), Dr Rosa López de D'Amico from the Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador, Venezuela and President of the International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women (IAPESGW), and Dr Karen Danylchuk University of Western Ontario, Canada and President of the World Association of Sport Management (WASM).
Sport is both a global business and a vehicle for social inclusion and community development. This book examines key performance areas in sport management that cut across cultural, economic and geographical borders, from both commercial and social justice perspectives and are written by leading sport management and sport development scholars from across the globe. Key topics in this publication include managing sport communication in a digital age, crowdfunding in sport, managing government and commercial alliances in sport, power and politics in sport, shifts in volunteer management, the management of sport and inclusion and academic partnerships in international sport management.
Managing Sport Across Borders offers an authoritative survey of contemporary international sport management topics and signposts future research areas for sport management and sport development. According to Prof Anneliese Goslin, this is the first publication in the field of sport management integrating the social justice and the business perspectives of international sport and could be fascinating and valuable reading for all students, researchers and practitioners working in sport management or sport development.