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Sports Tourism, 2e: Participants, policy and providersList Price: $45.95

Sports Tourism: participants, policy and providers is an essential text for anybody studying this unique topic.

. Extensively revised with cutting edge new material based on the latest research in the field.
. International case studies illustrate how theory is used in practice.
. Further development of theoretical explanatory frameworks established by first edition

Sports Tourism: participants, policy and providers is an unparalleled text that explains sports tourism as a social, economic and cultural phenomenon that stems from the unique interaction of activity, people and place. Unlike other texts, it establishes sports tourism as a unique area that produces its own unique issues, concerns and controversies.

The text tackles these issues from three viewpoints:
* participants: examining the profiles, motivations and behaviour patterns of sports tourists to create a participation model
* policy: analyses the response by policy makers to this phenomenon and the problems of achieving integration between two sectors with historically different cultures
* providers: their motivations, aims, objectives and strategies

Now in its second edition the text has been further developed to include material on cutting-edge developments in the field and is illustrated by new and extended case studies including a brand new case study on cycling tourism.

Professor Mike Weed is Director of the Centre for Sport, Physical Education andActivity Research (SPEAR) and Faculty Research Director for the Faculty of Social andApplied Sciences at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. He is Editor of the Journal of Sport andTourism and author of Olympic Tourism (Elsevier)

Sports Tourism, 2e: Participants, policy and providersDr Chris Bull is Head of the Department of Sport Science, Tourism and Leisure at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. He has over 30 years’ experience as a teacher, researcher and consultant in the field of tourism, sport and leisure.

* Completely revised with cutting edge new material
* Illustrated with all new international case studies

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  • Avatar star UK Minister of Culture?
    Sep 21, 2007 by star | Posted in Other - Politics & Government

    I'm looking for the name of the UK's Minister of culture, and the name of their opposition.
    Also, when writing a letter to either of them, who, where exactly would I address the letter to?
    If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks
    If this jogs anyone's memory, is the Minister David Lammy? Or has he been replaced?

    • The UK's current Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport is Mr. James Purnell, MP. His deputy is the Minister for Culture, Creative Industries and Tourism, Ms. Margaret Hodge, MP; and the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Sport is Mr. Gerry Sutcliffe, MP. (They are all three …All Members of Parliament (MP) can be reached in the House of Commons, Palace of Westminster, London, UK.

      All Members of the House of Lords can be reached through the House of Lords, Palace of Westminster, London, UK.

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  • Avatar hanas_emails Uni choices for tourism ?
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    Does anyone know good uni's that offer a foundation degree in tourism management ??
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    • Check the following sites.

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