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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF FEDERATIONS

?. Bülent Fisekcioglu ()
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?. Bülent Fisekcioglu: Selcuk University, School of Physical Education and Sports

No 1003318, Proceedings of International Academic Conferences from International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences

Abstract: Focal point of this research is to give information on Organization, Missions, Duties, Power, Responsibilities and Sovereignty of sports federations. General management body of the sports underwent a noticeable change as of General Directorate of Physical Education Act No. 3530, where understanding of a fully centralized management entered into force exerting different excuses in 1938. From then on, sports federations have been bound to the mentioned institution in terms of their organizational activities. The most negative change felt by the federations through this transition period may be accepted as the chiefs of the federations being appointed on General Manager's suggestion and approval of the Minister of State in Charge of Youth and Sports, which is unlike the previous implementation enforcing chiefs to be elected. Election system of the chiefs of federations may be assumed as a giant leap on behalf of sovereignty. One of the basics of the self-rule is an independent management. Nowadays, chiefs are to submit their decisions on the General Directorate's approval. Even this "semi-autonomous" state delivers sports clubs, which are the quantum of federative organizations under sports branches, a sound enough to exist. Quantity of active sportsmen and clubs, prevalence and development potency of the branch in and out, balance efficacy of income and expenditures, the fact that it is Olympic or not, sports facilities of the federation or subsidiary clubs and the act on regulation of the commercial and property rights on behalf of publications and advertisement and remedying the deficiencies should amass to constitute a "sovereign" sports federation. General, administrative, supervisory, disciplinary and/or penal boards, boards stipulated by the international federation, legal, financial, educational, medical, technical boards, board of investigation, board of foreign affairs and other boards, office of secretary general and administrative divisions are included in the core of the central organization structure of the federations. In conclusion, all sports federations are self-ruled. Main principles of the federations will be subject to the framework plotted by the General Directorate of Sports, acting independent within. Federations will earn their own incomes, being helped by the government.

Keywords: Organization; Structure; Federation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 1 page
Date: 2015-05
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Published in Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 15th International Academic Conference, Rome, May 2015, pages 348-348

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