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Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
Sport management introduction
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  • 1. Global Sport Stadia
  • 2. <ul><li>Commercialisation takes away from the essence of sport...... </li></ul><ul><li>Professionalism and specialism have undermined the community and recreational focus of sport........ </li></ul>Commercialisation has been the driving force behind sport as a business ......
  • 3. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
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  • 6. <ul><li>The main consequence of the commercialisation of sport has been the increasing professionalism of those managing sports organisations </li></ul>
  • 7. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
  • 8. Adapted from Parks et al. 1998
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  • 11. http://shop.london2012.com/
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  • 16. Private Sector
  • 17. Not for Profit
  • 18. Voluntary Sector
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  • 20. Level 4 (first year) Level 5 (second year) Level 6 (final year) Applied Personal &amp; Professional Development Applied Industrial Placement for Leisure, Events, Tourism &amp; Sport Organisational Consultancy Introduction to Leisure, Events, Tourism &amp; Sport Personnel Resourcing and Development Sports Development Planning Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism &amp; Sport Sports &amp; Leisure Facilities Management Sociology of Sport &amp; Recreation Sports Leadership, Fitness &amp; Exercise Coaching &amp; Elite Sports Performance Sports Events Management Marketing Essentials Option (20 credits) Select one 20-credit option module from level 5 of the Portfolio Options (40 credits) Select Dissertation (40 credits) or two 20-credit level 6 option modules
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