Perceived environmental control over interuniversity athletics in Canada: A resource dependence perspective.

Alison J. Armstrong
The purpose of this study was to determine whether those environmental elements which provide financial resources to the organization were perceived by the athletics directors to have control over the interuniversity athletics program. A theoretical framework, which incorporated the Emerson (1962) power-dependence theory of social exchange relations, and the concepts of resource dependence and power, was developed to examine the following hypothesis: The interuniversity athletics organization is perceived to be controlled by the elements (individuals,...
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