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This guide covers both sport science and sport management.
Key article databases for both sport management and sport science:
Cross-searches databases useful for all aspects of sport, including SPORTDiscus and Web of Science.
SPORTDiscus with Full Text
Primary database for sport information.
Web of Science
Scholarly articles from many disciplines. Cross-searches several databases, including Web of Science Core Collection (includes Science Citation Index), Biological Abstracts, MEDLINE and CAB Abstracts.
Scholarly articles from many disciplines.
Google search engine for scholarly articles, books and reports.
Database Licence Information
Legal guidelines about how and by whom Library-subscribed article databases may be used.
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Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
A four-volume searchable encyclopaedia published by Sage. Covers a wide range of topics including injuries, training, preparation, nutrition, conditioning and psychology.
Encyclopedia of Sports Management and Marketing
A four-volume searchable encyclopaedia published by Sage. Covers all aspects of sport administration, management and marketing in over 800 entries. Includes a chronology, glossary, resource guide, and legal appendixes.
ScienceDirect Reference Works
Search across the Library's subscribed ScienceDirect reference titles.
Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine
An authoritative multivolume encyclopedia series. Each volume focuses on a subject, with comprehensive chapters. Note: volumes published after 2000 are also available as ebooks.
Sage Reference Online
Essays about theories and concepts for many subjects. Includes the Handbook of Sports Studies.
Sage Research Methods Online
Provides information on different research methods and stages of the research process.
Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand
Website for the professional body for New Zealand's sport and exercise scientists, practitioners, and students.
Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand
Provides a comprehensive list of useful websites and conference information.
Books usually provide the most comprehensive information on a subject, and can give you a good overview of your topic, essential background information, and plenty of explanation.
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Last updated on Tuesday 14 March 2017