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Dissertation Database of ProQuest
S. Rajunov (2001)
Hollywood's Portrayal of Athletic Films: A Chronological Review
Abstract: The problem to be addressed in this study was to illustrate, in a chronological manner, how Hollywood has represented Sport related movies trough the decades, since the invention of Cinematography, and the impact that these newsreels have had on Society. An original sample of 500 films was reviewed to select amongst. 65 Sports related movies to be statistically measured on a Simple Aleatory Sample Analysis, in a logical and nominal sequence, with an Alpha level o f P 0.5.
B. Smith (2009)
The Perception of Burnout for Female Coaches in the NAIA: A Look at Role Conflict and Commitment
Abstract: This study was conducted to examine the perceived level of burnout NAIA female head coaches were experiencing and how role conflict and commitment affected their burnout. The survey was distributed to 374 female head coaches of NAIA women's sports. A total of 198 coaches completed the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory, Meyer and Allen Commitment Scales, Work Role Expectation Scales, the Work-Family Conflict, and Family-Work Conflict Scales, and two qualitative questions, for a response rate of 53%.
B. Qambar (2001)
An Analysis of Corporate Sport Sponsorship in Bahrain
Abstract: The purpose o f the study was to analyze corporate sport sponsorship in Bahrain from 1995 to 2000. Seven research questions were formulated by the investigator. The subjects in the sample o f the study consisted of individuals from seventy-seven corporations who had sponsored sport activities in Bahrain from 1995 to 2000. A total of 77 (86.5%) questionnaires were returned from the 89 that had been sent.