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Contemporary Sport Management 7th Edition HKPropel Access

Contemporary Sport Management 7th Edition HKPropel Access

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    To assist students using the text, the seventh edition of Contemporary Sport Management has related online learning activities delivered through HKPropel. These 200-plus activities are designed to challenge students to think about careers in sport management and demonstrate an understanding of each chapter’s content. They include the following:
    • Case studies: 20 articles from the Case Studies in Sport Management (CSSM) online journal, referenced in each chapter, with short-answer questions
    • Job announcements: fabricated position announcements related to employment opportunities within particular sport settings that help students understand the skills that prospective employers are seeking
    • Comprehension activities: learning activities, including matching exercises and multiple-choice questions
    • Web activities: assignments in which students explore a specific website related to the chapter content
    • Day in the Life: activities tied to professional profiles from the text that ask students to evaluate how professionals spend their time
    • Portfolio activities: questions in which students respond to scenarios that require critical thinking, ethical decision making, or both
    • Chapter quizzes: short quizzes to test comprehension of each chapter’s main objectives
    A code for accessing HKPropel is included with all new print books and some ebooks. For ebook formats that don’t provide an access code, one may be purchased separately.

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    Changes in the Sport Management Text

    While I have considered this text one of the best on the topic of Sport Management, I am disappointed
    that the organization has changed, getting away from the basic sport management concepts that undergraduate
    students would be most interested in, and replacing these things with other less important items. I am also
    concerned that certain types of sport participants and activities are left out. For example, the original section
    on sport history is gone. Any topic of study needs to include where the area of study first developed. The concept of research is addressed in two different sections, where one would do the job. There is no chapter or information of the huge increase of masters sports (a big economic impact) and extreme sports. The area
    of sports tourism has been eliminated, even though it is one of the largest areas of tourism growth in the world. The chapter on sports facilities and events should be in two different chapters, as there is much to review in
    both areas, while I don't believe that there needs to be a full chapter on sports analytics. I am sorry that
    this is not as good a text as the earlier additions.