An outstanding introduction to the multifaceted roles of sport and physical activity in society and the perfect tool for examining sport from a critical perspective.
Sports figures, events and organisations affect our society in vast, varied and sometimes, unexpected ways. Sport and Public Policy: Social, Political, and Economic Perspectives is the only text that tackles some of the most compelling connections between the sports world and public policy decisions from a broad interdisciplinary perspective. Topics covered include economics, history, urban planning, not-for profit administration, public health, communications, political science and philosophy. With contributions from a wide range of scholarly disciplines, this contemporary resource enhances traditional conversation and gives readers a fresh outlook on economic and political issues in sport. Price: £48.95 I €53.80 Read more