In this new and informative title in FiT's Sport Management Library, authors Susan Brown Foster and John E.
Dr. John Dollar is an associate professor in the sport administration graduate program and department head for Health and Human Performance at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana, his master’s alma mater.
Susan B. Foster, Ph.D. is currently a Professor of Sport Business in the Department of Sport Business, International Hospitality, and Tourism Management in the Donald R. Tapia School of Business at Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, FL.
The third edition of Ethics and Morality in Sport Management continues to examine the ethical concepts, principles, and issues in the administration and organization of sport that made the first two editions of this textbook so widely adopted. The book approaches the topics from four directions: ethical theory, personal and professional ethics, ethics applied, and future moral and ethical issues. Authors Joy T. DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg have enhanced the text by adding two new chapters that help to frame the content in a globalized context.
Written for students with some exposure to economics concepts and analysis, Economics of Sport is ideal for a lower division elective course for economics majors, for master’s students in sport management, or for economics professors who are in the process of learning more about the sport industry.
Diversity and inclusion have been constant, challenging themes in the American experience because we have long been a diverse nation. Within the realm of higher education, the foremost goal of this nation’s colleges and universities is to provide the best possible learning environment for all students. . . . Institutions of higher education must recognize the inherent worth and dignity of every person and seek to promote an understanding of human diversity in all its dimensions.
Dr. Clement joined the West Virginia University Sport and Exercise Psychology and Athletic Training programs as an Assistant Professor in 2008. He teaches undergraduate sport and exercise psychology courses and graduate athletic training courses. Dr. Clement is currently a Certified Athletic Trainer, a National Certified Counselor as well as an Association for Applied Sport Psychology Certified Consultant. Dr. Clement’s research interests span both Sport and Exercise Psychology and Athletic Training.
Professional experience includes non-profit fundraising and event planning as well as marketing, public relations and communications experience within private industry. Currently, Cameon serves as program coordinator with WVU College of Physical Activity & Sport Sciences, and oversees alumni relations program initiatives and public relations-related strategic goals and objectives. Daily responsibilities include alumni relations, development, publications, presentations, event planning and serving as media liaison. She has extensive familiarity in higher education.
Securing sponsorship deals in sport is more important than ever, but it also presents numerous challenges during difficult financial times. Readers of this revised fourth edition of Developing Successful Sport Sponsorship Plans will learn how to overcome the challenges of securing quality sponsorship agreements.
With an abundance of goods and services available to consumers in the sport industry, it can be difficult for products or organizations to stand out from the competition. In the revised fourth edition of Developing Successful Sport Marketing Plans, internationally recognized author David K. Stotlar guides readers in a step-by-step approach of how to create and implement a winning marketing strategy.