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    Funded PhD opportunity: From Stoke Mandeville 1944 to London 2012: Photography and the Making of the Paralympic Community in Britain

    This project will make a theoretical and practical intervention in current debates in disability history, photographic history and sports history. While scholars have examined the media coverage of Paralympic athletes, the visual history of the Paralympic movement is yet to be written.

    Ph.D. Candidate position | The International Olympic Committee (IOC) | Kristiania University College. Application deadline: September 29, 2019

    The project objective is to investigate what International Sporting Associations actually do when it comes to the human rights situation in countries where sporting events are held. The ambition is to explore their potential for institutional innovation in order to remain independent as servants of sport and through that, as interlinked by the Office of the High Commissioner, contribute to the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

    Vacancy |  PhD position in Sport Management at The Policy in Sports & Physical Activity Research Group (KU Leuven)

    The successful candidate is expected to perform academic research in order to prepare a doctoral thesis within the field of sport management, including the preparation of a study design, data collection, statistical analyses, presentation and publication of scientific papers, etc. He or she will give teaching assistance to courses and seminars, both at Bachelor level and Master level.

    Doktorand med orientering mot skolämnet idrott och hälsa till Örebro universitet. Ansök senast den 21 juli 2019

    Doktorandanställningen är knuten till ämnets didaktiska forskning och inriktningen för utbildningsplatsen är därför mot frågor relaterade till undervisning och lärande i skolämnet idrott och hälsa. Men även innehållsliga aspekter såsom undervisningstraditioner och lärandemiljöers betydelse samt olika synsätt på kropp, rörelse och hälsa är möjliga forskningsområden.

    PhD Research Fellow in “Sports, Outdoor Life, Technology and Policy” to University of South-Eastern Norway (Second announcement). Apply no later than March 31, 2019

    Technology seems to play an ever more important role in sports and outdoor life: GPSs, pulse watches and treadmills; recognition technology such as Facebook, Strava and Instagram is increasingly being incorporated into people’s sporting and outdoor activities. Technology can be both disciplining and empowering, guiding an individual’s actions in a variety of ways.

    2 Stipendiatstillinger [doktorandtjänster]: “Organisert ungdomsidrett: Et helsefremmende idrettsmiljø og en sunn prestasjonskultur?” ved Norges idrettshøgskole. Søknadsfrist 01.03.2019

    Den aktuelle forskningen vil ha et spesielt fokus på hva som former holdninger og atferd til ulike antatt prestasjonsfremmende midler som kosttilskudd, smertestillende medikamenter og forbudte dopingmidler. Det overordnede målet er å utvikle forskningsbasert kunnskap om hva som kan skape gode psykososiale miljøer og en helsefremmende prestasjonskultur i den organiserte ungdomsidretten.

    Stipendiatstilling (doktorandtjänst) innen rusbruk, psykisk helse og friluftsliv ved Norges idrettshøgskole | Søknadsfrist 01.03.2019

    Vi søker en stipendiat til et helsefremmende prosjekt knyttet til tematikken "rusbruk, psykisk helse og friluftsliv". Studier viser at stadig flere mennesker utvikler rusbrukslidelser og at rusbruk ofte er relatert til psykiske lidelser. Tidligere studier indikerer positive sammenhenger mellom friluftsliv og psykisk helse, men eksisterende forskning er likevel mangelfull.

    Ph.D. Studentship | New approaches to the study of representations of sportswomen and/or femininity in British sports media | Northumbria University. Apply before January 9, 2019

    The aim of this project is to investigate the contemporary socio-cultural construction of female identity in the sports sector through the representations of female athletes and/or female non-athletes in the coverage of men’s sport. It can draw on inter-disciplinary conceptual approaches and theoretical tools (including, but not limited to, sociology, cultural studies, human geography and politics).

    Ph.D. scholarship available at Griffith University | “Contesting Australian Sport Culture: Women and the Rise of Contact Sport” | Apply before 15 August 2018

    The rise of women’s participation in contact sport has made gender inequity and opportunity visible in new ways through public debate about Australian cultural life. This project will provide insight into the forces driving change and identify strategies for the development of equitable policies and practices that will sustain women’s participation into the future.

    Vacancy | Ph.D. Research Fellow in “Sports, Outdoor Life, Technology and Policy” | University of South-Eastern Norway. Apply no later than September 15, 2018

    Technology seems to play an ever more important role in sports and outdoor life: GPSs, pulse watches and treadmills; recognition technology such as Facebook, Strava and Instagram is increasingly being incorporated into people’s sporting and outdoor activities. Technology can be both disciplining and empowering, guiding an individual’s actions in a variety of ways.
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