2013/1

Studying Satisfaction and Spending Willingness of Guests Visiting Spas and Thermal Baths in the Northern Hungarian Region

by Szabó Róbert In my study I will show the opinion of the guests familiar with seven thermal baths of the Northern-Hungarian Region (such as Eger Thermal Bath, Eger Turkish Bath, Egerszalók Salt Hill Thermal Spa, Demjén Thermal Bath, Bogács Thermal Bath and the Cave-Bath of Miskolc-tapolca) about the medical…

Somatic development and some motor performances of young girls based on age and birth season

by Eszter Szabó; Danica Keczeli; István Farmosi; Sándorné Gaál & Katalin Keresztesi There are numerous publications in the literature reporting physical development and motor performances of children of different ages based on sex and various environmental factors. However, there are not many publications on the birth season effect. The aim…

Factors of Success. Attitude Differences of one Hungarian and one Serbian Team’s youth handball players

by Paic Robert, Prisztóka Gyöngyvér & Kajos Attila Results of the Hungarian and the Serbian handball teams are similar on the international level (IHF rankings: Serbia 4. Hungary 5. IHF-10.03.2012.), however the general supposition is that the Serbian handball players are more successful and more acknowledged. This is confirmed by…

Influence of social media on tourism – especially among students of the University of Debrecen

by Gergely Ráthonyi Derive from the characteristic, decisions connected with travelling have high risk for the travellers therefore they try to collect more detailed information and thoroughly map decision alternatives in order to decrease uncertainty. Wide spread of the Internet and rapid technological evolution have revolutionized all industries in the…

New approaches to youth in thrill society: sport participation as fuel to boost outlook on future and concepts on self

by Szilvia Perenyi The theory of “thrill-society” (Schulze 1992) conceptualizes that increased economic status that allows the focus of daily life to switch from providing for physical needs to searching for a meaningful life and self-fulfilment. Combined with the expansion of education, it causes a smooth transition from traditionally inherited…

Differences in the Hungarian Households’ Sport Expenditures

by Paár Dávid The paper searches the differences between the groups of Hungarian households regarding the sport expenditures’ presence in household budget and determining factors. I used the latest Household Budget Survey (HBS) of the Hungarian Central Statistical Office from 2008 which contains data of more than 7000 households. My…

Responsible behaviour or business ? Social responsibility (csr) in sport management

by by Molnar, G., Rathonyi-Odor, K. & Borbely, A. CSR has become increasingly important in today’s business world and managers must consider not only the economic results of their decisions but also the legal, ethical, moral, and social impact and repercussions of each of their decisions. Some multinational companies’ CSR…