Social Inclusion, Volume 8, 2020, Issue 3 | Sport for Development: Opening Transdisciplinary and Intersectoral Perspectives

Special Issue Guest Editors: Kirsten Verkooijen, Rein Haudenhuyse, John Hayton, Daniel Parnell and Pascal Delheye


Boundary Spanning in Sport for Development: Opening Transdisciplinary and Intersectoral Perspectives
Reinhard Haudenhuyse, John Hayton, Dan Parnell, Kirsten Verkooijen and Pascal Delheye

Sport for Vulnerable Youth: The Role of Multi-Professional Groups in Sustaining Intersectoral Collaboration
Chiara D’Angelo, Chiara Corvino, Eloisa Cianci and Eloisa Cianci

Bridge over Troubled Water: Linking Capacities of Sport and Non-Sport Organizations
Mathieu Marlier, Bram Constandt, Cleo Schyvinck, Thomas De Bock, Mathieu Winand and Annick Willem

Using Realist Interviews to Improve Theory on the Mechanisms and Outcomes of Sport for Development Programmes
Kirsten Thecla Verkooijen, Sabina Super, Lisanne Sofie Mulderij, Dico de Jager and Annemarie Wagemakers

Young People’s Perceptions of the Influence of a Sport-for-Social-Change Program on Their Life Trajectories
Rob Cunningham, Anne Bunde-Birouste, Patrick Rawstorne and Sally Nathan

(Re)forming the Inside/Outside: On Place as a Governable Domain through Sports-Based Interventions
David Ekholm and Magnus Dahlstedt

Sport and Incarceration: Theoretical Considerations for Sport for Development Research
Mark Norman

Exploring the Contested Notion of Social Inclusion and Gender Inclusivity within eSport Spaces
Emily Jane Hayday and Holly Collison

“Why Can’t I Play?”: Transdisciplinary Learnings for Children with Disability’s Sport Participation
Simon Darcy, Janice Ollerton and Simone Faulkner

Inclusion through Sport: A Critical View on Paralympic Legacy from a Historical Perspective
Sylvain Ferez, Sébastien Ruffié, Hélène Joncheray, Anne Marcellini, Sakis Pappous and Rémi Richard

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.