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Expectations of Job Responsibilities of Recreation and Sports Managers
Management Faculty Research
  • Jennifer Y. Mak, Marshall University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1998
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to identify whether there were differences in the expectations of job responsibilities between different levels of recreation and sports managers towards the same post. The problem was divided into two sub-problems: (l) to determine the relationship in the perceived importance of entry-level managers' job responsibilities between entry-level managers and middle-level managers; and (2) to determine the relationship in the perceived importance of middle-level managers job responsibilities between middle-level managers and top-level managers. Several items were found to have significant difference in the perceptions among the subjects.
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Citation Information
Mak, J. (1998). Expectations of job responsibilities of recreation and sports managers. Journal of Physical Education & Recreation (Hong Kong), 4(2), 50-55.