Social responsibility and challenges of sport management in the 21st century: Ecology, sustainability, cultural controversies and sharing economy in sport
Ewa Malchrowicz-Mośko , Julia Jastrząbek , Danilo Contiero , Charitomeni Tsordia , Dhenis Rosina
AbstractAs highlighted in the article, there is a need to transfer pro-ecological practices used during mega sporting events to the organization of non-mega sporting events and management of leisure sport. Moreover, we still meet with the practices of abuse of animals and children in the sport and tourism industry. The challenges of modern sport are also the inclusion of women and aging societies in physical culture to prevent loneliness and social exclusion, especially in culturally remote areas. More and more specialists are paying attention tothe concept of sustainable sport, and it will be so if the effects of its organization are more often positive. One of the opportunities to create a positive legacy of the Olympic Games may be to apply the idea of sharing economy in modern sport.
|Journal series||Olimpianos - Journal of Olympic Studies, ISSN , e-ISSN 2526-6314, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in Polish||Zarządzanie w sporcie, Ekologia w sporcie, Sport i kultura, Zrównoważony rozwój w sporcie, Ekonomia współdzielenia w sporcie, Igrzyska olimpijskie, Przemoc wobec dzieci, Przemoc wobec zwierząt|
|Keywords in English||Sport management; Sport ecology; Sport and culture; Sustainability in sport; Sharing economy in sport; Olympic Games; Shared Olympic legacy; Children abuse in sport; Animals abuse in sport|
|Score||= 5.0, 14-04-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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