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The Resource College sports Inc. : how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics, Frank P. Jozsa Jr, (electronic resource)

College sports Inc. : how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics, Frank P. Jozsa Jr, (electronic resource)

Label
College sports Inc. : how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics
Title
College sports Inc.
Title remainder
how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics
Statement of responsibility
Frank P. Jozsa Jr
Title variation
College sports incorporated
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education. -- From product description
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education. -- From product description
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education. -- From product description
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education. -- From product description
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education
  • For several decades in America, athletic programs in colleges and universities received financial support and resources primarily from their respective schools and such sources as alumni and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). More recently, however, college coaches assigned to athletic departments and the presidents and marketing or public relations officials of schools organize, initiate, and participate in fund-raising campaigns and thus obtain a portion of revenue for their sports programs from local, regional and national businesses, and from other private donors, groups, and organizations. Because of this inflow of assets and financial capital, intercollegiate athletic budgets and types of sports expanded and in turn, these programs became increasingly important, popular, and reputable as revenue and cost centers within American schools of higher education
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Cataloging source
BTCTA
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1941-
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Jozsa, Frank P.
Dewey number
796.043
LC call number
GV351
LC item number
.J69 2013
Series statement
Springer Briefs in economics,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • College sports
  • Commercialism in schools
  • College sports
  • Commercialism in schools
  • United States
Label
College sports Inc. : how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics, Frank P. Jozsa Jr, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-116) and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Intercollegiate Athletics -- Chapter 3: Sports Finance.- Chapter 4: Coaches Compensation -- Chapter 5: Student-Athletes Environment -- Chapter 6: Campus Facilities.- Chapter 7: College Sports Business.- Chapter 8: Conclusion.- Appendix.- Bibliography
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Intercollegiate Athletics -- Chapter 3: Sports Finance.- Chapter 4: Coaches Compensation -- Chapter 5: Student-Athletes Environment -- Chapter 6: Campus Facilities.- Chapter 7: College Sports Business.- Chapter 8: Conclusion.- Appendix.- Bibliography
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000736775
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781461449683
Lccn
2012943623
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000736775
Label
College sports Inc. : how commercialism influences intercollegiate athletics, Frank P. Jozsa Jr, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-116) and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • 1. Introduction : Purpose and objectives ; Book reviews ; Organization and structure ; Notes -- 2. Intercollegiate athletics : History: 1800s, 1900s, 2000s ; NCAA sports ; Sports commercialism: Oppose commercialism, reform commercialism ; Notes -- 3. Sports finance : Overview ; Sports revenue ; Sports finance topics ; Notes -- 4. Department of athletics : Athletic directors ; Sports coaches ; Notes -- 5. Student athletes environment : Student athletes ; NCAA and student athletes ; Commercialization and student student athletes ; Notes -- 6. Sports events and facilities : Sports events ; Sports facilities ; Notes -- 7. Conclusion : Commercialism and sports ; Notes
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Intercollegiate Athletics -- Chapter 3: Sports Finance.- Chapter 4: Coaches Compensation -- Chapter 5: Student-Athletes Environment -- Chapter 6: Campus Facilities.- Chapter 7: College Sports Business.- Chapter 8: Conclusion.- Appendix.- Bibliography
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Intercollegiate Athletics -- Chapter 3: Sports Finance.- Chapter 4: Coaches Compensation -- Chapter 5: Student-Athletes Environment -- Chapter 6: Campus Facilities.- Chapter 7: College Sports Business.- Chapter 8: Conclusion.- Appendix.- Bibliography
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000736775
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781461449683
Lccn
2012943623
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000736775

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