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The Canadian Hockey Association Merger and the Emergence of the Amateur Sport Enterprise
The purpose of this article is to understand the nature of large-scale organizational change within amateur sport through the analysis of a merger between two hockey organizations. This study expandsExpand
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Who’s Your Partner? Who’s Your Ally? Exploring the Characteristics of Public, Private, and Voluntary Recreation Linkages
Growing recognition of the importance of understanding partnerships as they relate to program delivery has emerged among theorists and practitioners in the fields of recreation and sport. However, itExpand
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Exploring sense of community among small-scale sport event volunteers
Research question: In response to claims that sport event research over emphasizes economic outcomes and mega-event contexts, this research sought to both assess a scale that measures sense ofExpand
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Tracking Generation Y: A Contemporary Sport Consumer Profile
In response to the recent impact of Generation Y in the sport marketplace, this researach article examines the association between consumer behavior preferences and two segmentation variables, genderExpand
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Environmental Sustainability in Sport Facility Management: A Delphi Study
Abstract This Delphi study examines environmental sustainability (ES) in sport facility management. The study includes three questionnaire iterations with 31 expert participants from 16 major NorthExpand
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The Assessment of the Environmental Performance of an International Multi-Sport Event
ABSTRACT Despite recent calls to reduce the environmental impact of major sporting events, comprehensive measurements, evaluations, and reports on environmental sustainability (ES) within the sportExpand
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A content analysis of environmental sustainability research in a sport-related journal sample.
This study systematically examined the extent of environmental sustainability (ES) research within the sport-related journal sample of academic literature to identify areas of under-emphasis andExpand
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The interpretation of environmental sustainability by the International Olympic Committee and Organizing Committees of the Olympic Games from 1994 to 2008
The purpose of this qualitative multicase study was to examine the interpretation of environmental sustainability (ES) within the Olympic Movement. Two research questions guided the inquiry andExpand
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