Dept. of Recreation, Sport and Tourism
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Exploring global and local intersections at a prospective World Heritage Site in South Korea: implications for sustainable tourism development, strategic planning and management (2017-04-12)To date, there has been a lack of research examining the process of developing a World Heritage Site (WHS), in particular from a global-local perspective. Consequently, very little is known about the relationships and ...
Understanding television demand for National Football League: factors influencing sport demand across gender and age cohorts (2017-04-21)As viewership of sports have become an indispensable part of American culture, understanding the demand for spectator sports has become an essential branch of economic study. Gender and age are two vital demographics that ...
(2016-11-22)Increasingly, globalization and the adoption of a market economy have made innovation fundamental for the success of organizations (Eklinder-Frick, Eriksson, & Hallén, 2014). Beyond market share, an innovative organization ...
The impact of structural systems on perceptions of legitimacy and the experiences of female hockey players (2016-11-16)Women’s participation in ice hockey has grown exponentially in the last 25 years. In 1991 there were only 5,500 female players registered with USA Hockey (USA Hockey, 2012; the governing body of hockey in the United States), ...
The roles of leisure attitudes and self-efficacy on attitudes toward retirement among retirees: a sense of coherence theory approach (2016-06-21)Retirement has become a common phenomenon in our society. However, it still is a major life transition especially to older adults, since it affects their lives in many ways. Antonovsky (1987) asserted that coping well with ...