This report consists of a literature review of studies of major sporting events. It is intended as a general guide to the kind of studies carried out with a view to informing UK Sport about their intended research programme into the sports development impact of the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002.
The brief for the research, commission by UK sport, reads; ‘Identify and obtain research work from previous major events (which may include the Olympic Games) pertaining to sports development and consider how findings from any such work may or should influence the design of the current study.
Editor's comments - [ Previous research concerning hallmark or major-events centre around six main subject areas, which the authors detail in turn through this report:
- Sports Participation and development
- Social Impact
- Urban Regeneration
- Economic Impact ] Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>
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Reference : Brown A,. Massey J,. (2001) Literature Review: The impact of major sporting events. Manchester: Manchester Institute for Popular Culture. Manchester Metropolitan University
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