The position includes teaching and supervising student projects in the programs offered, with a focus on both undergraduate and Master programs. The successful applicant will be responsible for one or two of these programs. Accordingly, a strong teaching portfolio in different dance practices, including for example community dance, Laban, creative dance activities and social dance forms, will be valued.
How is African athletes’ participation in various international competitions evolving with the rapidly transforming global sport ecosystems? What is the significance of African nation states participating and occasionally winning world competitions? What implications do these victories have for national sports development or management? What are the positive or negative impacts of the resources allocated to these participations?
To this day, and around the globe, the language and rituals of many sports and their associated cultural practices continue to be influenced by the adversarial structures of warfare whilst being promoted as regulated encounters that promote mutual understanding and tolerance. The Special Issue invites submissions of individual articles of up to 8000 words that explore the complex relationship between war, peace and sport in culture.
There is a strong need for research in this area for sport tourism, recreation and leisure to understand the consumers and provide hands-on practical implications to sport tourism and leisure organizations. The aim of this special issue to present high-quality research and/or theory-driven conceptual frameworks relating to these forms of consumption in sport tourism, recreation and leisure.
Because sports are a meaningful form of social activity that affects so many structures including politics, the economy, and, perhaps, the values of citizens, they raise a wide range of issues, some of which are objective or empirical in character. Thus, the aim of this Research Topic is to assemble both applied or theoretical research from experts within the field of sport psychology, sociology, performance and exercise or any correlated field.
Call for Papers | “Sport Management, Marketing, and Innovation”. Special Issue of International Journal...
The general aim of this special issue is to discover the role of innovation, and how to use it within the sport management discipline in general and specially, within the sport marketing field. The guest editors are looking for high-quality papers using an original perspective to introduce innovation into sport management field in general and sport marketing in particular. Mainly empirical but also theoretical papers are welcome to this special issue.
Fodboldspillere, trænere og dommere. Det er blot nogle af de mere end 8.000 respondenter, der har besvaret et spørgeskema om diversitet i dansk breddefodbold. Og spørgsmålene er sendt ud til alle medlemmer af dansk fodbold, når det kommer til alder, niveau og geografi. Det er første gang nogensinde, at man kortlægger diversiteten i en specifik sportsgren i Danmark. Resultaterne er nu klar.
This collection aims to reveal perspectives from multiple disciplines and focuses on scholars, educators, historians, and journalists who will look back at the historical, month-long tournament to see how the global sports and social landscapes have been revealed and/or changed as a result of the tournament. The book hopes to combine academic and popular approaches to a multitude of topics to present a kaleidoscope of perspectives.
We invite empirical, theoretical and methodological papers from postgraduate students, early-career researchers, established academics and practitioners that address and interrogate, from a critical and global perspective, cultural, social, political and experiential frameworks of sport. Contributions from disciplines of public policy, sociology, politics, economics, anthropology, cultural studies, history, communication, law and psychology are welcome.
Abstracts are welcome on any area of philosophy of sport (broadly construed), including metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, and ethics, and from any theoretical approach, including analytic philosophy and critical theory. While IAPS recognizes, values, and encourages interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies, acceptance is contingent on the philosophical content of the project. Emerging scholars are encouraged to submit works in progress.