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    Kunstnerisk baserede forskningsmetoder: Om kreative og bevĂŠgende tilgange til bacheloropgaver, specialer og forskningsprojekter

    Denne artikel af Helle Winther og Mathias Sune Berg handler om, hvordan kreative og kunstnerisk inspirerede forskningstilgange kan bruges i bachelor-, speciale- og forskningsprojekter pÄ mangfoldige uddannelser. Vi beskriver, hvad kunstnerisk baserede forskningsmetoder er og giver eksempler pÄ, hvordan man kan anvende poesi, musik, dans, drama, billedkunst, design og film som kreative forskningsmetoder.

    Arts-Based Research Methods: On Creative and Moving Sources for Bachelor and Master Theses, and...

    This article by Helle Winther and Mathias Sune Berg is about how creative and artistically inspired research approaches can be used in Bachelor and Master theses and research projects in various educations. The authors describe what Arts-based research methods are and provide examples of how to use poetry, music, dance, drama, visual arts, design and film as creative research methods.

    Talentutvikling via studieprogrammet idrettsfag: En retrospektiv studie av unge fotballspilleres opplevelse av Ă„ kombinere...

    Den hĂ€r referentgranskade artikeln av Stig Arve SĂŠther, Anders Nygaard, BjĂžrn Tore Johansen och Martin Erikstad undersöker hur unga fotbollspelare upplever att kombinera gymnasiestudier med att spela fotboll pĂ„ hög nationell nivĂ„. NĂ€rmare bestĂ€mt studeras hur dessa ungdomar handsklas med det som i internationell forskningslitteratur kallas ”dual career”. Flera faktorer befanns vara av avgörande betydelse för hur framgĂ„ngsrika ungdomarna var, i skolan och pĂ„ planen.

    Talent development at upper secondary school: A retrospective study of youth football players experience...

    This peer-reviewed article by Stig Arve SĂŠther, Anders Nygaard, BjĂžrn Tore Johansen and Martin Erikstad examines how young football players experience combining high school studies with playing football at a high national level. More specifically, they study how these young people deal with what in the international research literature is called "dual career". Several factors were found to be crucial to how successful the young people were, in school and on the pitch.

    The epistemology of the anointed

    AurĂ©lien Daudi’s article is a philosophical critique of the foundations of postmodernism, the contemporary disciplines that derive from it and by extension share its philosophical roots, as well as of the scholarly activism it has given rise to. Moralism, postmodernism and political activism are intrinsically linked, he argues, and all too present in the social sciences and humanities of today.

    “I bow down in awe of them
”: Sports awards for Paralympic athletes and...

    In this peer reviewed article, Marte Bentzen and Kristin Vindhol Evensen present the results of an interesting research study of the Norwegian Sports Awards TV show, Idrettsgalla, with a specific eye to the differences in presentation of the awards for Parasports and for sports by able-bodied athletes, including a gender perspective. The use of jokes by presenters plays an informative and revealing role in the analysis, both in terms of gender and degree of ability.

    Stable Cultures in Cyberspace: A study about equestrians’ use of social media ...

    In this peer reviewed article, Lovisa Broms, Marte Bentzen, Aage Radmann and Susanna Hedenborg chart and analyze how equestrians use social media, how they communicate horse-related content on social media, and how social media can be seen as a source for knowledge exchange, focusing on how equestrians use social media to acquire information about horses, and how this usage can be explained in connection to age and experience.

    KlassresenÀrer i gymnastiksalen: En analys av de studenter som tog examen frÄn Gymnastik- och...

    Försommaren 1972 tog 69 kvinnor examen frÄn Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan i Stockholm och fick dÀrmed den prestigefyllda titeln gymnastikdirektör. Syftet med denna referentgranskade artikel av Hans Bolling och Leif Yttergren Àr att analysera dessa kvinnors yrkeskarriÀrer, samt att jÀmföra resultaten med fynd frÄn tidigare studier av de kvinnliga gymnastikdirektörer som tog examen frÄn Gymnastiska centralinstitutet 1893 respektive 1932.

    Social climbers in the gymnasium: An analysis of the female students who graduated from...

    In early summer 1972, 69 women graduated from the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences and thus received the prestigious title gymnastics director. The purpose of this peer reviewed article by Hans Bolling and Leif Yttergren is to analyze these women's professional careers, as well as comparing the results with findings from previous studies of the female gymnastics directors who graduated in 1893 and 1932 respectively.

    A People’s History of Tennis: Feminists

    This is the second chapter in a book which is aimed at a general and not an academic readership and it is appropriate that it is published here because its central contention, that the first female players had to fight to keep women’s tennis from not being separated off from men’s tennis with a softer ball, lighter racket and smaller court, was first outlined during the ‘The Development of Women’s Sport: Separate but not Equal’ conference held in Malmö in 2010.
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