Prof. Joshua Newman
Associate Professor of Sport Management at Florida State University, also director of Center for Sport, Health, & Equitable Development
Prof. Joshua Newman is Associate Professor of Sport Management at Florida State University, also director of Center for Sport, Health, & Equitable Development. He published two books, over 60 articles and chapters, and over 120 presentations on issues related to Political Economy of Sport, Sport and Cultural Politics, Sport and Cultural Politics, Sport, Globalization, Global Markets, Sport and Consumer Culture, and Science and Technology of Sport
[Prof. Joshua Newman is asking a couple of questions to DTM students before he starts his lecture.]
Professor Joshua Newman, the Associate Professor of Sports Management at Florida State University, presented a speech which compared and contrasted the influence of the sports industry based on regional and periodical economic activity in the U.S.
Professor Newman elaborated on the impact of the sports industry that can have in the economy of a country by giving several examples of developed sports economies in various developed nations.
Through the analysis of sports business case studies, Professor Newman concluded that there is a diverse set of factors that contributes to the success of sports businesses, which also affects the social development of a nation.
To close, his lecture, the professor provided separate question and answer sessions which promoted active networking from the students.
[Prof. Joshua Newman is giving a lecture on spots business in America. The students are concentrating on his instructive lecture.]
[Prof. Joshua Newman is taking a photo with DTM professor, Junho Kang, Sunyong Gwon, and students who participated in his lecture]