Ontemporary Issues in Sport and Leisure

1. Range of theoretical concepts/theories applied, with clear demonstration of understanding.

2. Quality and depth of analysis and evaluation of external environment/drivers of change.

3. Structure and clarity of discussion. Grammatically correct, logically structured and professionally presented

4. Evidence of reading and references cited correctly; bibliography correctly constructed.

5. Relevancy of the key issues identified as driving/explaining change 40%

30%

10%

10%

10%
/40

/30

/10

/10

/10
Total 100% /100
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