Exploring governance design for new and emerging sports : the case of stand up paddling in New Zealand.

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Meiklejohn, Trevor
Ferkins, Dr Lesley
O'Boyle, I.
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2017-11
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stand up paddling
sport governance
action research
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Meiklejohn, T., Ferkins, L., & O'Boyle, I. (2017, November-December). Exploring governance design for new and emerging sports. The case of Stand Up Paddling in New Zealand. Paper presented at Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand., Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia.
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Peak governing bodies for sport are cognisant the changing sport landscape Traditional sport federations Structure for sport Governance framework for the New Zealand sport and recreation sector New and emerging / lifestyle sports The changing environment Overarching research question: How can governance design options be developed for new and emerging sports? A conceptual framework for governance design (VANGEN, HAYES AND CORNFORTH, 2015) Adapted conceptual framework for design for this research Overarching research question and sub questions: How can governance design options be developed for new and emerging sports? Action research methodology Multi-theoretical frameworks/Theoretical pluralism Action research phases
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