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The collected volume Krop og bevægelse i idræt og sundhed: Kulturanalytiske tilgange [Body and movement in sports and health: Cultural analytical approaches], edited by Susanne Ravn and Signe Højbjerre Larsen (Syddansk Universitetsforlag), offers an introduction to the various forms of cultural analytical traditions that characterize Danish as well as international research environments. Our reviewer is Frida Wågan, and she is, bar minor reservations, very appreciative in her informative review,
Academics in various disciplines are writing about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ‘‘Masters of your fate and the captains of your soul’: media representations of the 2018 Invictus Games by Peter English, Bridie Kean, Simone Pearce, Timothy Peters, Katy Kirby & Angela Calder.
Homeschooling during the pandemic has perhaps been particularly challenging for physical education teachers, given the essential role of physical proximity in PE. In this article, Kenneth Aggerholm, Dean Barker, Håkan Larsson and Øyvind Førland Standal offer an alternative to fitness exercise in online PE, a developed pedagogical model which focuses on practicing. They provide an example of how you can work with it as a teacher and a clever idea for reporting that can facilitate assessment.
Sport, Education and Society encourages contributions from social scientists and educationalists studying the relationships between pedagogy, ‘the body’ and society, The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: TENSIONS AND TRACTIONS OF MOVING TOGETHER AND ALONE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION by Laura Suominen Ingulfsvann, Gunn Engelsrud & Vegard Fusche Moe.
The Journal of the Philosophy of Sport provides a forum for discussion of philosophical issues – metaphysical, ethical, epistemological, aesthetic, or otherwise – arising in sport, games, play, dance, embodiment, and other motor-related activities. The Forum Editor’s recommended reading from the current issue: UNISEX SPORTS: CHALLENGING THE BINARY by Irena Martínková (open access). Image: Korfball, the only mixed-sex team ball sport in the world.
Sport, Ethics and Philosophy is an international peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research contributions to scientific knowledge. It publishes high quality articles from a wide variety of philosophical traditions. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: PRENATAL PARANOIA: AN ANALYSIS OF THE BUMPY LANDSCAPE FOR THE PREGNANT ATHLETE by Charlene Weaving.
Knowledge between skill, talent and training in sport: Philosophical voices on the twist of nature and culture
In this hardcover representation of a 2016 special issue of Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, Norwegian philosopher Gunnar Breivik leads a pack of mostly Scandinavian sport philosophy scholars in a discussion of the role of skills, knowledge and intentionality in sporting contexts. Mikael Lindfelt har read Skills, Knowledge and Expertise in Sport (Routledge) and helps us unravel the main threads in a volume of solid philosophy.
The Journal of the Philosophy of Sport provides a forum for discussion of philosophical issues – metaphysical, ethical, epistemological, aesthetic, or otherwise – arising in sport, games, play, dance, embodiment, and other motor-related activities. Special Section: Sport, Narrative, and Drama.
Quest is the official journal of the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE). It is the leading journal for interdisciplinary scholarship for professionals in kinesiology in higher education. Quest provides a public forum for scholarship, creative thought, and research relevant to a broad range of interests held by faculty and leaders in higher education today.
The purpose of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy is to provide a forum for high quality educational research for a national and international readership. We intend this research to have a high impact on both policy and practice. We accept review papers on a broad range of physical activities.
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