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  • Author:
    Matthew Nicholson,Russell Hoye,Barrie Houlihan
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Comparative elite sport development: systems, structures and public policy. The book also includes increased coverage of time-budget surveys and new themes such as public policy dimensions

Comparative elite sport development: systems, structures and public policy. Green, M. and Houlihan, . 2008. Comparative elite sport development: systems, structures and public policy. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. Free time and leisure participation: International perspectives. The book also includes increased coverage of time-budget surveys and new themes such as public policy dimensions. It also examines the methodological problems and challenges of conducting national surveys in the field, and their future prospects.

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Matthew Nicholson, Russell Hoye, Barrie Houlihan

Matthew Nicholson, Russell Hoye, Barrie Houlihan. Matthew Nicholson is Associate Professor of Sport Management in the Centre for Sport and Social Impact at La Trobe University, Australia.

Matthew Nicholson, Russell Hoye, Barrie Houlihan

Matthew Nicholson, Russell Hoye, Barrie Houlihan. Although there is growing interest from governments in participation levels in sport, the extent to which governments actively promote & for all' and their motives for doing so vary greatly. This is the first book to examine the sport participation policies of national governments across the world and to offer a comparative analysis of the motives for, and successes and failures of those policies

Barrie Houlihan is Professor of Sport Policy in the Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences at Loughborough University, UK. He has written widely on many aspects of sport policy including doping, sport development, theorizing th. .

Barrie Houlihan is Professor of Sport Policy in the Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences at Loughborough University, UK. He has written widely on many aspects of sport policy including doping, sport development, theorizing the sport policy process and sport and young people. His most recent books include Sport and Policy: Issues and Analysis (2010), Comparative Elite Sport Development: Systems, Structures and Public Policy (2008) and Sport Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Stability and Change (2007).

Although there is growing interest from governments in participation levels in sport, the extent to which governments actively promote ‘sport for all’ and their motives for doing so vary greatly. This is the first book to examine the sport participation policies of national governments across the world and to offer a comparative analysis of the motives for, and successes and failures of those policies.

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International policy Perspectives addresses these issues by providing an overview of sport participation from . Nicholson, . Hoye, R. & Houlihan B. (Ed. Participation in Sport. International Policy Perspectives.

International policy Perspectives addresses these issues by providing an overview of sport participation from as many as sixteen countries around the world. The featured countries consist of seven European nations (England, the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Bulgaria and Finland) together with South Africa, four Asian countries (India, China, Singapore and Japan); Australia and New Zealand, and finally the North American perspectives from the United States and Canada.

Matthew Nicholson; Russell Hoye; Professor Barrie Houlihan. Although there is growing interest from governments in participation levels in sport, the extent to which governments actively promote 'sport for all' and their motives for doing so vary greatly

Matthew Nicholson; Russell Hoye; Professor Barrie Houlihan. Walmart 9780415554787. Although there is growing interest from governments in participation levels in sport, the extent to which governments actively promote 'sport for all' and their motives for doing so vary greatly.

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