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Partnerships with community and international organizations will be developed and maintained in an effort to provide strong links that will yield further research and benefits to the community in the areas of youth sport development, violence prevention, and sport policy. The CSPC will help to further develop the knowledge base of the sport management field as well as provide avenues for graduate and funded research.
The CSPC is housed in the Department of Recreation and Park Administration in the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation located on the Indiana University Bloomington Campus. The CSPC has identified a mission, as well as goals and objectives, in order to help guide the research being conducted in a positive and productive direction.
The research conducted will include statistical methodology such as empirical studies, multivariate analyses, and qualitative approaches. Replication studies on a variety of the above issues will be conducted on existing studies to validate findings and to include a broader range of settings. Specific studies of targeted age cohorts (i.e. youth-at-risk, adult populations) will be encouraged as well as assessments of risk management practices and health practices in the sport environment.
The Journal for Sport
Policy and Conduct