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SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport study journal, welcomes articles that deal with sport and social change and social stability in a wide sense, articles about the profound and comprehensive processes affecting sports such as professionalization, globalization, commercialization, urbanization, technologization, medicalization and juridification.
On September 6, 2019, Joakim Ingrell successfully defended his doctoral thesis in sport psychology, What does it take to be successful here? A longitudinal study of achievement motivation in youth sport (Malmö University), produced within the Malmö Youth Sport Study. The external reviewer was Associate Professor Frank Eirik Abrahamsen, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, and this review is based on his assessment presented at the public defense.
Public defence of doctoral thesis | What does it take to be successful here? A longitudinal study of achievement motivation in youth sport | Joakim Ingrell, Malmö University, September...
The focal aim of this dissertation project centers on understanding the importance of some of the underlying factors responsible for the socialization of achievement motivation in youth sport and its affective outcomes. Furthermore, the project focuses on the specializing stage of development, more specifically, student-athletes attending a compulsory school with a sports profile.
The International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (IJSEP) publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. The journal’s Editors and Editorial Board encourage researchers and scholars worldwide to submit their work for publication.
This peer reviewed article by Joakim Ingrell, Marie Larneby, Urban Johnson and Susanna Hedenborg deals with student-athletes in a Swedish compulsory school with a sport profile, with the overall aim to study and discuss their beliefs about athletic ability, specifically changes in entity beliefs and incremental beliefs during the three-year period, and the role gender may affect such changes.
Malmö Youth Sport Study: A longitudinal study of a secondary school in Malmö, Sweden, specializing in physical activity and sports
This is a presentation of the longitudinal and multidisciplinary research program Malmö Youth Sport Study (MYSS). The aims, methods, empirical materials and theoretical basis are introduced. The study asks questions related to the role of physical activity and sports to promote an active lifestyle and to foster elite athletes.