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Part of the Routledge Research in Sport Politics and Policy Series
Acknowledging China's established status as a global sporting superpower, this is the first book to systematically investigate sport policy in that country. With a focus on sport development in the most recent three decades, Sport Policy in China explores a wide range of topics in Chinese sport, including elite sport development, professional sports, major sports events, sport for all, the political context within which sport is interiorised and the distinctive sporting status of Hong Kong. It examines the debates around policy, globalisation, diplomacy and soft power, as well as the significance of the principle of `one country, two systems'. With international appeal, this book is a valuable resource for students and researchers in the fields of sport policy, sport management, sport development and sport sociology.
|Publication date:||19th September 2018|
|Author:||Jinming (Hong Kong Baptist University) Zheng, Shushu (University of Birmingham, UK) Chen, Tien-Chin (National Taiwan Norma Tan|
|Publisher:||Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Sporting events & management, Sociology: sport & leisure,|
Jinming Zheng is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow working at the Centre for Global Sport & Recreation Studies of the Department of Physical Education at Hong Kong Baptist University, China. He is also an honorary Research Associate of the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. His research interests include elite sport policy in a broad range of Asian and Western nations, Olympic studies, football governance, and sport and international relations. Shushu Chen is Lecturer in Sport Policy and Management at the University of Birmingham, UK. Her principal research interests include sport policy and management and Olympic ...More About Jinming (Hong Kong Baptist University) Zheng, Shushu (University of Birmingham, UK) Chen, Tien-Chin (National Taiwan Norma Tan