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REC 141 STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM Chapter 8-15 and presentations *Read Textbook + Powerpoints* I) Chapter 8 – Campus Recreation CSULB’s focus are Students i) Co-curricular – (of an activity at a school or college) pursued in addition to the normal course of study: demonstrate how learning in the classroom applies to life now and later in the real world. ii) Intramural play other students in the school ONLY /Extramural recreation sports teams play other schools iii) History – 1 st extramural event 1852; Harvard v. Yale rowing race iv) Benefits (Table 8.1, page173) (a) Prospective students increase interests; attracts students (b) Current students balance work-leisure needs (c) Alumni memberships to come back to do activity; keep alumni interested in donations v) Career Areas (6) (pgs 177-173) (1) Intramural and Recreational Sports (2) Student Activities (3) Fitness and Wellness (4) Aquatics (5) Outdoors Recreation (6) Facility Recreation vi) Issues (7) (pgs 185-187) (1) Equipment- new equipment can be seen as old quickly since tech is advancing (2) Virtual Leisure (3) Hard to Reach- inactive population or adolescence become inactive (4) Risk Management (5) Nontraditional Aged-students (6) Innovation (7) Obesity & Sedentary Living vii) Field Trip: University Student Union- “Keeping students first” (1) Non profit; Auxiliary (2) 1957- soroptimist house was usu (3) 2010 SRWC opened Sept 20. (4) Mission- programs/services enrich student lives; & contribute towards retention/ education. (5) Program Manager= in charge of events (6) Associate Director/ Facility operations= facilities & custodial (maintenance with building) (7) Assistance director for Commercial= student organization center; beach pantry. Building Operations. (8) Trends/Issues: Tech/Social Medias; Disabled students; sustainability; food insecurities/homelessness; gender restrooms; student activism; (9) ACUI- Assoc. of College Unions International= organization of campus union and student activities professionals (10)NACA- National Assoc. of Campus Activities= assists students activities professionals through education and opportunities to discover and develop new programs. (11)AOA-Auxiliary organization Assoc. (12)NASPA- 1
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II) Chapter 9 – Sport Management & Sport Teams i) Sport Management – define the professional career of planning organizing, leading, and controlling sport events, programs, personnel and facilities ii) History – Roman roots in Roman sports in the ancient world iii) Sport Management Philosophies (1) Sport Participation- involved in the sport DOING (2) Sport Performance- watching someone else perform or watching athletes whom are doing it iv) Sport Management Sectors (3) (1) Public/Government (2) Non-profit (3) Commercial v) Job Emphases (4) (pages 200) opportunities to go into a career for sports management (1) Sport Business (2) Sport programming (3) Resources/venues (4) Athlete/player development vi) Sport Management Careers (Chart, pages 201-211) (1) Intercollegiate/interscholastic sports (2) Sporting organizations (3) Professional Sports (4) Sport Management and marketing films vii) Field Trip: Pyramid III) Chapter 10 – Event Management -
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