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Ledig plats | Stipendiat i barne- og ungdomsfotball @ Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge | Søknadsfrist 2020-10-01
Et mål for forskningsprosjektet er å undersøke konsekvensene av den tydelige profesjonaliseringen som foregår i spillerutviklingen i norsk fotball. Norge henger forskningsmessig etter andre land innenfor tematikken «talentutvikling». Det vil derfor være av interesse å kontrastere funnene våre med studier gjort i andre land, som f.eks. Tyskland, England og Spania, men også til våre naboland Sverige, Danmark og Island.
PES is devoted to enriching the scientific knowledge of exercise during childhood. Articles focus on children’s unique responses to exercise. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: EVALUATING GIRLS ON THE RUN IN PROMOTING POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: GROUP COMPARISONS ON LIFE SKILLS TRANSFER AND SOCIAL PROCESSES by Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, Alison Phillips Reichter, Nicole D. Bolter.
PES is devoted to enriching the scientific knowledge of exercise during childhood. Articles focus on children’s unique responses to exercise. Editor’s pick from the current issue: KINETIC AND KINEMATIC CHANGES IN VERTICAL JUMP IN PREPUBESCENT GIRLS AFTER 10 WEEKS OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING by K. Katsikari, Eleni Bassa, Dimitrios Skoufas, Savvas Lazaridis, Christos Kotzamanidis, Dimitrios A. Patikas.
Call for Papers | “Children and young people with disabilities in sport, physical activity and physical education”, Special issue of Sport, Education and Society. Call ends April 1, 2020
This special edition seeks to bring together voices from social science and educational research, concerned with constructing theoretical and empirical knowledge about children and young people with disabilities in sport, physical activity and physical education. Studies from the perspective of children and young people with disabilities themselves would be particularly welcome as part of a broader endeavour to ‘give voice’ to a notably marginalised group.
The official journal of the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine, Pediatric Exercise Science (PES) is devoted to enriching the scientific knowledge of exercise during childhood. Articles focus on children’s unique responses to exercise; the role of exercise in treating chronic pediatric disease; the importance of physical activity in preventing illness and preserving wellness; and methods for making youth sports safer and more enjoyable.
Call for Papers | Children and youth sport in transition? Conference and workshops | Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, April 16–17, 2020. Call ends March 3, 2020
We welcome presentation on participation numbers in different groups, perceptions and values of children and youth sport and debated aspects of children’s sport. In addition, children’s rights in sport and different aspects of talent identification can be discussed and problematized. Additionally, the conference welcomes presentations contextualizing participation in sport against a background of leisure, migration and a changing society.
Call for Papers | “Sport and physical activity for toddlers and preschool children: a contested terrain?” | Special Issue of Sport in Society. Call ends May 1, 2020
While the interest for physical activity (PA) and pre-schoolers is growing, there seems to be less research focusing on organized sport activities for toddlers. Therefore, the editors encourage the submission of papers on the theme of the participation of toddlers and pre-schoolers in organized sport, for-profit programs and physical activity from a range of temporal, geographic, methodological and thematic perspectives.
Invitation til deltagelse | Børn & unge – bevægelse & idræt: Aktuelle kvalitative forsknings- og udviklingstendenser | Konference i Dansk bevægelses- og idrætspædagogisk forskningsnetværk, 14 november 2019, Vejen Idrætscenter
Med konferencens tema ønsker vi blandt andet at styrke, forny og formidle viden om, hvilken betydning idræt og bevægelse har for børn og unges lære-, være- og udviklingsprocesser. Herunder er der også fokus på, hvordan idræt og bevægelse kan skabe glæde, engagement, trivsel, sundhed og læring. Konferencen har i særdeleshed fokus på nye tendenser indenfor det kvalitative område til at belyse disse emner.
Magnus Kilger is a senior lecturer in Sport Science at GIH in Stockholm. His PhD project investigated the selection process in talent selection camps for the youth national teams in Sweden. Presently, his primary research interest is in talent management and youth identity in sporting contexts. Magnus has been coaching football and floorball on different levels for many years.
Call for Papers | The First International Forum on Young Children and Sport | Beijing, China, April 16–19 2018. Call ends 2018-03-15
Under the Theme “All around development of young children through sport”, the Forum is aimed to promote the development of sport for young children, to promote quality research on sport for children, and build a bridge for cultural and academic exchanges between China and other nations.