The Sports Business Research Network (www.sbrnet.com) is a market research and publications database that lists and provides information on sports organizations, teams, corporate sponsors, sports agents, marketing and event management agencies, and media companies around the world. The APUS Online Library has a subscription to the SBRnet database. If you have trouble accessing SBRnet, feel free to select the APUS Library and “Contact Us” for assistance. To access SBRnet from the Library homepage, click on the tab at the top titled “RESEARCH” and then click on “Databases (Articles & eBooks)” under the heading of Research Tools. Finally, click on “S” under “Library Databases from A to Z” and you will find SBRnet.
Part I: Using this SBRnet source, assemble your viewpoint on a local, national, and global issue in sport based on both your personal observations and articles from the SBRnet. The issue may be the same topic at the local, national, and global level, or you could choose a different topic for your local area, nation, and globe.
Part II: Look up at least one article for the local, the national, and the global issue in the SBRnet . Provide a brief description of each of the three issues. The local, national, and global topic should each be described with a minimum of 200 words for a total of 600 words combined .