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Game: Defined. Game can be work (proficient competitor), a method for occupation (sports tourism chief), or a business (game promoting office). . Game has five characteristics:Play-like in natureInvolves some competitionBased on physical prowessHas components of aptitude, methodology, and chanceHas a dubious outcomeLoy (1968).
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Wear Management Defining Sport and Sport Management Scope of Sport Industry Sport Industry Models Product Type Economic Impact Model Sport Activity Model How is Sport Management Unique Future Challenges

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Sport: Defined Sport can be work (proficient competitor), a method for business (sports tourism executive), or a business (brandish promoting office).

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Sport: Defined Sport has five qualities: Play-like in nature Involves some opposition Based on physical ability Has components of expertise, system, and chance Has a dubious result Loy (1968) So are there "games" that don\'t fit this definition?

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Sport: Further Defined Competitive physical movement, using specific gear and offices, with extraordinary measurements of time and space, in which the journey for records is of high hugeness (VanderZwaag, 1998) Is systematized aggressive action that includes thorough physical effort or the utilization of generally complex physical aptitudes by members propelled by individual satisfaction and outer prizes (Coakley, 2001)

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Sport Management: Defined Any mix of abilities identified with arranging sorting out, coordinating, controlling, planning, driving, and assessing inside the setting of an association or division whose essential item or administration is identified with game or physical action (Desensi, et al., 1990)

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School/College Academic program Professional Sport Amateur Sport Private Club Sport Commercial Sport Environments Arenas, Stadia, and so on Community Rec Program Industrial Sport Program Sport in Social Agencies Military Sport Marketing and Consulting Developmental Programs (Sports Foundations) Corporate Sponsorship Sporting Goods Sports Media Academia Sport Industry: Scope

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Sport Management Components: How would they fit together ? Mechanical Models Product Type Model (Pitts, Fielding, & Miller, 1994) Economic Impact Model (Meek, 1997) Sport Activity Model (Li, Hofacre, & Mahoney, 2001)

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Product Type Model (Pitts, Fielding, & Miller, 1994) Performance Offered to purchaser as a member or observer Production Needed to impact the nature of game execution Promotion Tools to advance the Sport item Promotional promoting items Promotional occasions Media Sponsorship Endorsements Athletics - Amateur, Professional Private Sport Tax Supported Sport Membership Supported Sport Non-Profit Sport Education Fitness and Sport Firms Outfitting Products Equipment, clothing Performance Production Fitness coach therapeutic care Sports Facilities Governing Bodies

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Economic Impact Model (Meek, 1997) Sport Products Sport Entertainment Sport Support Organizations Trade Shows Market Anal Staging Pro Amatuer Sport Teams Pro/Am Marketing R&D Events Management Procurement Athletes Manufacture Hotel Distribution Soft Goods Hard Goods Tourism Restaurants Services Active footwear Active Sportswear TV Media Retail Radio Internet Publications

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Economic Impact Model (Meek, 1997) Associated financial effect which is monies spent by games members, onlookers, and backers 1995: Sport industry monetary size for $152 billions with an extra $259 billion in monetary action created by game.

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Sport Activity Model (Li, Hofacre, & Mahoney, 2001) Proposed a model in view of the single trademark that separates the game business from different ventures: don exercises Firms and associations that deliver don exercises Firms and associations that give items and administrations to bolster wear exercises Firms and associations that offer and exchange items that bolster don exercises

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Sport Activity Model (Li, Hofacre, & Mahoney, 2001) Support Sector VI State, Municipal Sport Councils & Authorities Support Sector I Administration & Regulatory bodies SPORT PRODUCING SECTOR Professional and semi-expert groups Intercollegiate groups Municipal and County Recreations Sport/Fitness Clubs Independent Sport Entities (e.g., fitness coaches) Support Sector V Sport Management (advertising, advertising, occasions, Agents) Support Sector II Sport Goods Manufacture Wholesale & Retail Support Sector IV Sport Media Support Sector III Facilities and Buildings

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Unique elements of Sport Management: a few illustrations Sport Marketing Sport devoured as fast as created Not joined by assurances of fulfillment

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Unique components of Sport Management: two or three cases Financial Structures Revenues are produced from exercises unessential to the essential wellspring of premium (the occasion, for example, TV rights, concessions, street amusements returns, stopping Colleges, for example, A&M utilize understudies expenses, private gifts, charges, rentals, or authorizing expenses. Sports need to pull in people that are frequently ready to spend more cash for peripherals things than on the occasion itself – this introduces a fairly special condition for the game chief

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Unique elements of Sport Management: several cases Social Institution Sport offers an unmistakable social movement that can be the premise of an individual\'s or gathering\'s social character Managers social obligation in showcasing, advancing

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Future Issues for Sport Management Infusion of innovation Changes in game conveyance Ethics Gender, race and class issues Academic uprightness and game Preparation of competitors (youth sports and past) Owner\'s, player\'s, and fan\'s loyalties Social Responsibility Advertising and sponsorships Tax payers and offices Sport betting Not too far expelled from a portion of the issues talked about in Sport Psychology segment

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