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Joshua I. Newman

This article seeks to unsettle the taken-for-granted epistemological and ontological foundations upon which many curricular and research-based activities in contemporary sport management are grounded. With an emphasis on that academic field’s development in the United States in particular, the author problematizes the underlying assumptions that guide many of sport management’s concomitant scientific and industrial projects. The article concludes with a brief discussion on how we might reenvisage both the study and praxis of sport management in ways that are not just economically generative, but in ways that might also bring about cultural and social transformation.

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Éric Claverie, Julien Krier, and Jean-François Loudcher

de nonchalance et de jouissance facile ont été prises qu’on peut espérer rattraper le temps perdu 76 . », que pour ses bienfaits moraux : « L’athlète qui accepte de subir régulièrement la discipline et l’effort soutenu qu’exige la préparation gymnique réalise un travail autrement profond 77 ». Le