Encyclopedia of sports parenting

by Doyle, Daniel E., 1949-

Format: Print Book 2008
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CLP - Main Library Mezzanine - Non-fiction GV709.2.D695 2008
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Mezzanine - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  GV709.2.D695 2008
 
 
Summary
For the last eight years, Dan Doyle, founder and executive director of the Institute for International Sport, and parenting expert Deborah Doermann Burch have researched The Encyclopedia of Sports Parenting. The Encyclopedia offers prescriptive advice on virtually every issue that confront parents of young athletes of all ages. The research has encompassed an extensive array of surveys with a wide variety of individuals and groups, including present and former athletes; parents and grandparents; non-athletes - and a special survey conducted with 500 highly successful individuals on their views of sport. In his capacity as Distinguished Lecturer for the NCAA Foundation, Doyle has interacted with thousands of student-athletes at the nearly 100 schools at which he has spoken over the last eight years. Subjects include detailed chapters on issues such as Playing for a Demanding Coach, The Unparalleled Value of Team, and Should My Child Play on a Travel Team? The text has been reviewed by over 60 distinguished individuals, all of whom have experience in either sports parenting or education
Additional Information
Subjects Sports for children -- Psychological aspects -- Encyclopedias.
Sports for children -- Coaching -- Encyclopedias.
Parent and child -- Encyclopedias.
Publisher Kingston, R.I. :Hall of Fame Press :2008
Distributed in North America by Moyer Bell,
Edition 1st ed.
Other Titles Sports parenting
Contributors Burch, Deborah Doermann.
Language English
Description xvi, 477 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780977624010 (alk. paper)
0977624013 (alk. paper)
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