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    PALAESTRA Vol. 34, 2020 No. 2 | Special Feature: Autism Spectrum Disorder

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: AN AFFINITY-BASED APPROACH TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER by Martin E. Block, Chad Nichols, Jason Bishop.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 34, 2020 No. 1

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    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.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 33, 2019 No. 4

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 33, 2019 No. 3

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 33, 2019 No. 2

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 33 No. 1, 2019

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    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.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 32 No. 4, 2018

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.

    PALAESTRA Vol. 32 No. 3, 2018

    PALAESTRA is a quarterly publication designed to be a single responsible source of valuable information for those interested in sport, physical education, and recreation involving individuals with disabilities. Focus is on people, not disabilities. Reference is to individuals with disabilities, not handicaps, handicapping conditions, or impairments. Authors should apply this person-first policy in their manuscripts.
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