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|The Business and politics of sport was an experimental course run in 2011 at the University of Canberra.
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A course in the business and politics of sport
- Course outline
- Course topics
- Chain reactions
- Greater than the sum of the parts?
- Open water
- Individuals and sport
- The use of sport as a political vehicle
- The history of the paralympic movement in Australia
- The corporate approach
- The role of sport in communities
- Football power and politics
- Practice exam questions
- Example essays
- The Journal of Sport and Exercise Studies: Business, Politics and Sport 2011
- Making Cheerleading an Official Sport
- Sport Celebrity Endorsements
- The Intersection of Politics and Business in Rugby Union
- The changing landscape of Rugby League in Australia
- The Introduction of Change to National Rugby League
- Is Pole Dancing an Olympic Sport?
- A Separate ‘Legal Doping’ Sport Competition
- The Effect of Animal Cruelty Allegations in Sport
- Dodgeball: A legitimate sport?
- Sport Ethics Still an Issue
- Hooliganism in Football
- Feedback on BPS2011