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Trends and Advances in Sport and Leisure Management: Expanding the Frontiers

This volume explores, from an interdisciplinary perspective, the complex dynamics that are reshaping sport and leisure provision, alongside the responses to these of key organisations and stakeholders. It brings together contributions that account for the trends remodelling sport and leisure, and pinpoint advances for theory and practice that ultimately expand the frontiers of sport and leisure management.

Vassilios Ziakas received his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. His research focus is sport and leisure policy through an interdisciplinary lens that explores strategic linkages between sport, recreation, leisure, tourism and events. His research has been published in a range of peer-reviewed journals and is widely cited.

"The strengths of the book are its parts, most of its nine chapters, taken as meaningful individual contributions in their own rights. Honour to the editor for refraining from imposing artificial themes or overarching theoretical superstructures on the chapters, instead allowing them to stand out for themselves, thereby conveying meaningful aspects of (mostly) the sub-discipline of sport development. This ‘voice’ is consistent with the publishing philosophy of the publisher: “we are not looking for a ‘CSP voice’ in our books. The ‘CSP voice’ is the voice, or the many and varied voices, of our authors” (Roncevic, 2021)."

Hans Lundberg, Linnæus University, Sweden

Furkan Baltaci

Aaron Beacom

Sophie Everson

Chris Mackintosh

Xiang Ying Mei

Hans Erik Næss

Rebecca O'Hanlon

Walker J. Ross

Oana Mara Stan

Stavros Triantafyllidis

Vassilios Ziakas

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ISBN: 1-5275-8590-5

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-8590-4

Release Date: 23rd September 2022

Pages: 197

Price: £62.99