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Sport Management Review is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: UNDERSTANDING SPORT EVENT VOLUNTEERS’ CONTINUANCE INTENTION: AN ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY APPROACH by Heetae Cho, Chunxiao Li, Yandan Wu.
The European Sport Management Quarterly (ESMQ) publishes articles that contribute to our understanding of how sport organizations are structured, managed and operated. The Journal sets out to enhance our understanding of the role of sport management and sport bodies in social life and the way social, political and economic forces and practices affect these organizations.
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Hallgeir Gammelsæter Molde University College, Molde, Norway Matthew Nicholson, Russell Hoye & Barrie Houlihan (red) Participation in Sport: International Policy Perspectives 318 sidor, hft. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2011 ISBN 978-0-415-55478-7 Language experts argue that learning foreign languages improves the understanding and mastery of your mother tongue. This makes sense because learning more languages inevitably stimulates the sensitivity to linguistic similarities and differences and their contextual meaning. I think comparative...