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Legal Liability in Recreation Sports and Tourism

Legal Liability in Recreation  Sports  and Tourism Author John Otto Spengler
ISBN-10 1571676430
Release 2011
Pages 368
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This is a resource for individuals and organisations striving to prevent the occurrence of accidents, property loss, and excessive legal claims in the leisure field. This edition is expanded to include information on adventure recreation, disabilities, waivers, and case studies.



Recreation Services

Recreation Services Author Nora Rock
ISBN-10 155239316X
Release 2009
Pages 234
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"Recreation Services is a new and accessible textbook outlining legal issues in Canadian sport and recreation management. Author Nora Rock covers a range of key topics that students in Sport and Recreation programs must understand as they enter the field, including risk analysis, insurance, legal liability, issues in tourism and casual recreation, and professional and amateur sport participation."--pub. desc.



Financial Resource Management

Financial Resource Management Author Russell E. Brayley
ISBN-10 PSU:000065197929
Release 2008
Pages 292
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This book is written with the needs of the sport, tourism, and leisure service manager in mind. Initially discussing the principles of economics and finance, this book provides the reader with the necessary skills and knowledge to prepare, present, and manage budgets, as well as generate revenues for capital development and day-to-day operations.



Law for Recreation and Sport Managers

Law for Recreation and Sport Managers Author Doyice Cotten
ISBN-10 0787299685
Release 2003
Pages 675
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Law for Recreation and Sport Managers has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Law for Recreation and Sport Managers also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Law for Recreation and Sport Managers book for free.



Legal Concepts in Sport

Legal Concepts in Sport Author Linda Jean Carpenter
ISBN-10 1571677364
Release 2014-06-02
Pages 228
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Now in its fourth edition, this book continues to provide a unique, concise, up-to-date understanding of the legal concepts vital to teachers, coaches, sports administrators, and indeed all who work in any phase of sport and its related fields such as physical education, fitness, athletics, and recreation. Because it is concept based rather than case based, the book provides a breadth and depth of understanding of legal issues through the lens of sport that is accessible, entertaining, clear, and applicable in all settings. This edition introduces new cutting-edge scenarios through which the reader may apply and review the legal concepts skilfully presented. Current "headline" contexts from bullying to unionisation and licensing, hazing to pre-game prayer and workers' compensation, and waivers to federal anti-discrimination legislation invite the reader to evaluate and apply the legal concepts taught. If you are a teacher, coach, or administrator of a sport program, or a student preparing for one of these professions, this book was written for you!



Introduction to Commercial Recreation and Tourism

Introduction to Commercial Recreation and Tourism Author John C. Crossley
ISBN-10 1571679030
Release 2018-03
Pages 379
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This text is a revision and update of the sixth edition of Introduction to Commercial and Entrepreneurial Recreation and Tourism, and it continues the themes of that edition. As in all the previous editions, the entrepreneurism theme is a very key orientation of this text. We view this industry as having three major components: the Travel Industry, the Hospitality Industry, and the Local Commercial Recreation Industry, and we will continue to use the term Commercial Recreation and Tourism to refer to the entire industry. The purpose of this edition remains the same as the first four editions; to provide an introduction to the scope, characteristics, management aspects, and trends of the commercial recreation and tourism industry. It is intended that the book offer a blend of conceptual and practical material to achieve a basic understanding of this huge and diverse industry. While some of the content is oriented toward large and established businesses, the text also has an entrepreneurial orientation that is particularly applicable to smaller businesses and organizations. Hopefully, many future commercial recreation and tourism entrepreneurs will gain some useful ideas in these pages. As with earlier editions, this text will avoid coverage of content that is usually included in other texts, such as recreation philosophy, leisure behavior theory, activity leadership, generic recreation programming, management theory, staff supervision, facility planning/design, legal liability, accounting principles, etc. However, we will cover several topics that have received little attention in other commercial recreation and tourism texts. These topics include entrepreneurial strategies, applied economic concepts, business start-ups, steps of the feasibility study, operations management, and several specific types of programs in commercial recreation and tourism. Finally, the content is presented in a way that parallels a logical course sequence. That is, from general to specific as explained below. The first three chapters provide an introduction to the overall commercial recreation and tourism industry including history, definitions, economic impacts, profile of the entrepreneur, entrepreneurial strategies, economic concepts, challenges and general strategies to overcome barriers. Chapters 4 through 8 present content about the initiation and management of the commercial recreation and tourism enterprise. The information is intended to have general application to the overall industry, even though there are specific differences between the diverse sub-industries. Content includes business start-up strategies, feasibility studies, financing sources, financial management, marketing, operations management, and some specific types of programming. Chapters 9 through 11 narrow the focus to the three major categories of the industry: travel, hospitality, and local commercial recreation. Each chapter examines the status, operations, trends, and opportunities in numerous specific types of industries. Another reason to hold this content until the end is to buy time to allow students to investigate these industries on their own as part of a major class project. An industry report is a good idea for a project or term paper, particularly if the student relates the text content to examples found in the students desired area of career employment. We decided to delete the 12th chapter that concluded previous texts. The reasons that we decided to do this are that we decided to include industry trends within each of the three prior chapters. We also decided that the section of the previous text that focused on academic preparation for students, was better left to the faculty members who teach the course. The authors updated much of the content, particularly the content that related to specific industry data. On the other hand, conceptual content that remains relevant, was changed little. Many new references were used for the new material. This text was developed for a variety of uses. The primary purpose is, of course, as a textbook for an introductory course in commercial recreation and tourism. The text could also function as an introduction to the overall industry for majors in travel/tourism or hotel management. Whatever the academic use, a course instructor should try to supplement the text concepts with local examples. Hopefully, the text may also be of value to investors and practitioners in specific industries who seek an overview of the entire commercial recreation and tourism industry. Although there are many separate sub-industries, it is very common for success in one industry to be related to events in another industry. For example, hotels, restaurants, and shops in a ski destination probably wont fill up if the ski mountain operation is not updated with modern high-speed lifts or snowmaking equipment to guarantee a good base for the Christmas season. Similarly, all these businesses may be very dependent on a single airline company to fly tourists in for their ski vacation. It should also be pointed out that the choice of gender nouns he or she throughout the text was made by random selections. As the commercial recreation and tourism industry matures, males and females seem to be less relegated to stereotypical roles either as staff, managers, or owners. With great enthusiasm, three new co-authors have joined our team to write this seventh edition. They are Dr. Scott Rood, Dr. Kate-Price Howard, and Dr. Andrew Holdnak. All three bring exceptional and practical knowledge about the commercial recreation and tourism industry. Finally, Dr. Lynn Jamieson has decided to retire from her many years as one of the two founding authors of this text. We will miss her great attitude, professionalism, and knowledge.



Recreation Event and Tourism Businesses

Recreation  Event  and Tourism Businesses Author Robert E. Pfister
ISBN-10 0736063536
Release 2009
Pages 285
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"Recreation, Event, and Tourism Businesses" uncovers the keys to business success in the commercial recreation, event and tourism sector. The book provides a practical overview of the field. Readers will find discussions of the business planning process, industry-specific concepts and content, and contemporary operations and management practices.



Case Studies in Sport Law 2nd Edition

Case Studies in Sport Law 2nd Edition Author Pittman, Andrew
ISBN-10 9781492526117
Release 2016-01-20
Pages 424
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Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition, provides students and legal professionals with specific examples and perspectives of some of the most significant cases in sport law in an accessible tone that is free of legal jargon.



Legal Liabilities in Safety and Loss Prevention

Legal Liabilities in Safety and Loss Prevention Author Thomas D. Schneid
ISBN-10 9781449665456
Release 2011-09-06
Pages 466
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The goal of every safety professional and safety programs is to be proactive and to identify problems while complying within safety guidelines. This text clarifies basic questions about legal liability, how to minimize, prevent and identify legal risks. Appendices, case studies and sample forms are also included in this helpful resource.Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.



Sports Travel Security

Sports Travel Security Author Peter Tarlow
ISBN-10 9780128051009
Release 2017-01-19
Pages 296
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Sports Team Security examines the security needs for sports teams and events of all sizes. This groundbreaking book provides a fundamental model for sports team security that can be applied almost universally, from youth sports to the Super Bowl and World Cup. The book develops, compares, and contrasts current methodologies in sports security, for both amateur and professional athletes, examining which paradigms work best and under which circumstances. This valuable information is applicable to nearly anyone involved in the safety of athletes, including event managers, law enforcement, parents, school administrators and coaches, security practitioners, tourism industry professionals, and legal professionals. It explores areas rarely investigated, providing key advice for creating best practices and guidelines in sports team security. Examines sports team security methodologies, helping to determine which paradigms work best and under which circumstances Provides a generic template for sports team security, with checklists and log sheets provided for each type of system Discusses sports team security in relation to large and small teams, and even in single-player sports, as well as unique requirements to accommodate differences in age, culture, climate, language, geography, religion, and gender Reviews security for special-needs athletes for events like the Special Olympics or Paralympic Games Applies academic and practical knowledge for both security students and practitioners



Marketing in Leisure and Tourism

Marketing in Leisure and Tourism Author Patricia Click Janes
ISBN-10 1892132656
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 350
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Marketing in Leisure and Tourism has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Marketing in Leisure and Tourism also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Marketing in Leisure and Tourism book for free.



Recreation Programming

Recreation Programming Author James Robert Rossman
ISBN-10 9781571675736
Release 2008
Pages 452
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Used in numerous universities throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, this book provides programming insights for educators, practitioners, and students. The book will present readers with the vital tools necessary in providing successful programs for their patrons.



Recreational Sport

Recreational Sport Author Barcelona, Robert
ISBN-10 9781450422390
Release 2015-09-30
Pages 304
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Recreational Sport provides readers with a foundation in the concepts of recreational sport. Based on current research and offering real-world applications, it will help readers understand how to design, deliver, and manage recreational sport programs no matter what setting they find themselves in.



Risk Management in Sport and Recreation

Risk Management in Sport and Recreation Author John Otto Spengler
ISBN-10 073605619X
Release 2006
Pages 167
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Risk Management in Sport and Recreationis a comprehensive resource for those charged with the responsibility of providing for the safety of participants and spectators in a sport or recreation setting. It covers a range of safety issues, including lightning, heat illness, aquatics, playground safety, drug testing, and medical emergency action plans. Readers receive clear and detailed explanations of issues to consider before making decisions on risk management. Risk Management in Sport and Recreationis designed to provide a foundation for approaching key issues in safety and risk management. It shows readers how to evaluate and analyze various safety issues and apply the underlying concepts to a variety of situations. The following are unique features of the text: -A safety guidelines finder lists Web sites of accessible standards, guidelines, and recommendations from leading organizations. -Chapter objectives and pullout boxes of key points and key statistics stress the importance of the topic under discussion. -Threshold issues in each chapter highlight important factors to consider when making decisions on risk management. -Real-world applications at the end of each chapter present scenarios involving the potential for harm, and readers must make a decision on how to address the issues. -Examples of public service announcements, posters, and other publicly viewed safety information are presented. -An appendix offers examples of emergency action plans, checklists, and recommendations from organizations such as the National Lightning Safety Institute and university aquatic centers. -A companion Web site provides links to the Web sites used in the book, as well as updates to guidelines and links that may occur after the book is in print. The safety guidelines finder gives students and practitioners a single location from which they can easily access important safety information. Organized under land-based or water-based activities, each activity lists guidelines, recommendations, and standards along with the source for that information. Each entry includes Web sites where readers can find the full documents. The text also features sample guidelines and safety checklists from agencies and associations that demonstrate how organizations might plan for risk and communicate safety information. Readers also consider the types of postings and equipment they will need in order to communicate their risk management plans, and they are given real-life situations in which a risk management plan is needed and are prompted to consider why and how to create a plan for such situations. The resource will help students and professionals plan for and manage risk. Current and future employees of sport facilities, school athletic programs, parks and recreation programs, youth and aquatic centers, or resorts and golf courses will find that Risk Management in Sport and Recreationprovides the tools to assist in making the right decisions to manage risk effectively.



Commercial Uses of Space and Space Tourism

Commercial Uses of Space and Space Tourism Author Jan Wouters
ISBN-10 9781785361074
Release 2017-12-29
Pages 328
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Commercial Uses of Space and Space Tourism combines the perspectives of academics, policy makers and major industry players around three central themes connected to commercial spacefaring: the international legal challenges posed by the dramatic changes to the spacefaring landscape through privatisation and commercialisation; the corresponding legal and regulatory responses to these challenges at the national level; and related topical questions of global space governance.



The Park and Recreation Professional s Handbook

The Park and Recreation Professional s Handbook Author Amy R. Hurd
ISBN-10 9780736082594
Release 2010-12
Pages 300
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The "Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook "offers a thorough grounding in all areas of programming, leadership, operations, administration, and professionalism. It integrates foundational concepts, the latest research, and real-world examples to present readers with a complete picture of all of the skills needed for success in the field.



Legal Liability in Recreation and Sports

Legal Liability in Recreation and Sports Author Bruce B. Hronek
ISBN-10 UVA:X004553576
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 335
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Annotation This informative resource has been updated to help prevent the occurrence of accidents and property loss and to help counteract excessive legal claims. This highly anticipated, expanded new edition of Legal Liability includes updated charts and trends, more than 30 new case studies, teaching scenarios with questions for class discussion and application, as well as new chapters on adventure recreation, sports and disabilities, waivers, risk management, and needs assessment