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Sport Studies

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Sport Studies

Sport Studies

The Holland and Terrell Libraries contain resources for students and faculty interested in the social science aspects of sport studies, including movement studies/kinesiology/sport science, athletic training, health and fitness, and sport management. If you have any social science-oriented questions not answered on this page or the WSU Libraries website, please contact Lorena O'English (see contact info on the left margin). For questions about sport studies at WSU, please see the College of Education's Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology website.
This guide includes resources related to kinesiology/sport science and athletic training. If you are looking for sport management resources, you'll want the Sport Management library guide.

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