Exploring Classic and Contemporary Cases in Sport and Society
Sport Issues: Exploring Classic and Contemporary Cases in Sport and Society is a multi-media on-line book ideal for college classes exploring sport issues, sports management, and sport and society issues. Students examine ethical perspectives, critical thinking and inquiry skills while addressing issues of importance to sport and society. Developed over a ten-year period, the content of our multi-media on-line book has helped over 40,000 college students investigate sport issues while improving their ethical understanding, critical thinking and inquiry skills. (ISBN: 978-1-932147-41-4)
Why subscribe to Sport Issues: Exploring Classic and Contemporary Cases in Sport and Society?
Sport Issues brings to life the complexities of sport and society through classic and recent cases in sport and shows how to systematically understand ethical, social, and managerial conflicts therein. With contributions from athletes, such as Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Bonnie Blair, Lee Roy Selmon and more, and respected scholars and sport movers and shakers, such as Arthur Blank, Dr. Miles Brand, Dr. Richard Lapchick and more, students discover how athletes, coaches, trainers, administrators, teachers, media, financial supporters, fans, doctors, families and government play significant roles in both sport and society. We explore both the positive and the negative aspects of cases and show how the lessons of sport can apply to all walks of life.