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Making Sense of Diversity in Organizing Sport

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Making Sense of Diversity in Organizing Sport by Annelies Knoppers
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This superb volume aims to incorporate cutting-edge research designed to transcend the barriers between business and sport. It explores the ways in which diversity can be suppressed by dominant forces.It focuses on the organizational consequences of making sense and assigning meanings to diversity in sporting organizations, paying particular attention to the different approaches used in Europe and America. It concludes with a discussion on their various successes and the ways in which these approaches can be combined to produced a coherent strategy for dealing with diversity in sporting organizations.

Author Biography

Annelies Knoppers is a sociologist and researcher specializing in the area of gender in sports organization. Anton Anthonnissen is a researcher who specializes in diversity in sporting organizations.
Release date Australia
April 5th, 2007
Country of Publication
Germany
Imprint
Meyer & Meyer
Pages
120
Dimensions
165x235x9
ISBN-13
9781841262031
Product ID
1935091

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