The sport management field has witnessed tremendous growth just in the past couple of decades, with more programs in universities at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. Because there is keen competition for jobs at all levels, but particularly at the Ph.D. level in university faculty positions, and the lack of material published on how best to train, develop, and prepare doctoral students, this article focused on developing a combined apprenticeship and mentoring perspective on Ph.D. training, and discussed some of the specific features of that pedagogical approach. Hopefully, these ideas will help educators in sport management doctoral programs with their educational endeavors.
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that a private hospital’s residency program must comply with Title IX if it receives federal funds. Essentially, it extended the application of Title IX beyond the traditional college and university environment into a broader professional training context because of the educational component of the
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sequential experiential mentoring: Apprenticeship concepts in the professional training and development of academics . Sport Management Education Journal, 8 ( 1 ), 71 – 74 . doi:10.1123/smej.2014-0019 10.1123/smej.2014-0019 Fiske , A.P. ( 1992 ). The four elementary forms of sociality: Framework for a
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this argument. The idea of authentic leadership has caught the attention of many practitioners as well. By investigating the social-psychological mechanisms of authentic leadership, our research study provides guidance for professional training components that should be included in leadership