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    Rare insights into the development of young student-athletes

    On September 6, 2019, Joakim Ingrell successfully defended his doctoral thesis in sport psychology, What does it take to be successful here? A longitudinal study of achievement motivation in youth sport (Malmö University), produced within the Malmö Youth Sport Study. The external reviewer was Associate Professor Frank Eirik Abrahamsen, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, and this review is based on his assessment presented at the public defense.

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    Call for Papers | Fifth Annual Sport & Discrimination Conference | Autonomous University of Barcelona, May 29, 2020. Call ends January 17, 2020

    Discrimination cuts across traditional academic subjects and the ethos behind this conference is therefore to bring together experts from different subject areas to exchange ideas and explore what we can learn from one another.  We welcome presentations about all forms of discrimination across any sporting context.  As in previous years of Sport and Discrimination events, submissions may approach the conference from a variety of perspectives.

    Går det att skapa bredd och fostra elitspelare i samma verksamhet? De första resultaten av ”MUSSE-studien” presenteras | Den 10 december 2019, Baltiska hallen,...

    Malmö Youth Sport Study, mer känd som MUSSE-studien, följer två årgångar elever som studerar vid Malmö idrottsgrundskola. Avsikten är att öka kunskapen om hur man kan skapa en verksamhet som både är inkluderande och inbjuder till deltagande i idrott och ett livslångt intresse för fysisk aktivitet och idrott (ett hälsoperspektiv) och samtidigt skapar framgångsrik talangidentifikation och talangutveckling (ett elitperspektiv).

    Call for Papers | “Sport and nationalism: Theoretical perspectives”. Special Issue of Sport in Society | Call ends November 30, 2019

    This special issue will seek to build upon the existing literature in the field of sport and nationalism by bringing together a range of contemporary academics in this field of study, thus offering an opportunity to showcase contrasting theoretical positions on this topic within the same issue. The central focus of the special issue on the application of theories of nationalism to the field of sport provides an opportunity for novel and critical contributions to this field of study.

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