|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Unrefereed|
|Title:||Developing the Malaysian sport industry: A programme of capacity building research. Developing the capacity of National Sport Associations|
|Citation:||Robinson L & Minikin B (2011) Developing the Malaysian sport industry: A programme of capacity building research. Developing the capacity of National Sport Associations. Sportswork Group SDN.BHD. University of Scotland.|
|Keywords:||Olympics Performances Malaisia|
Athletes Performances Malaisia
|Publisher:||University of Scotland|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: An analysis of National Sport Associations (NSAs) was carried out using the Readiness Assessment Tool developed by Robinson and Minikin (2011). This enabled the research team to identify gaps that exist between the current level of development of NSAs in Malaysia and what is required for NSAs to be able to contribute effectively to a national sport industry.|
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