Reputational Challenges in Sport

Reputational Challenges in Sport: Theory and Application

Hardback Published on: 18/06/2018
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Synopsis

Issues of reputation management are negotiated in a wide array of contexts, yet arguably one of the most visible of these areas involves how such stories unfold within the sporting arena. Whether involving individual athletes, teams, organizations, leagues, or global entities, the process of navigating issues of image repair and/or restoration and crisis-based communication has never been more byzantine with a plethora of communicative media outlets functioning in myriad manners.

Reputational Challenges in Sport explores the intersection of reputation, sport, and society. In doing so, the book advances theory and then explores individual, team, and organizational applications from varied methodological perspectives as they relate to reputation and identity management and crisis orientations. The book provides a synthesis of previous works while offering a contemporary advancement of these subjects from a variety of epistemological approaches. It gives voice to variety of perspectives that offer a robust advancement of issues relating to reputation, sport, and modern society.

  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781138055995
  • Number of pages: 244
  • Weight: 453g
  • Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm

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