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Vacancies | Doctoral students in Sports Science specialising in the humanities and social sciences within the Learning in Multicultural Contexts PhD school, to Malmö University | Apply before January...
The sport science research environment includes some 15 researchers as well as an almost equal number of research students. The research is primarily within the humanities and the social sciences, and in regard to research conducted at the department, sport is considered to be a multi-dimensional, societal and cultural phenomenon and includes physical activity, physical education (PE), exercise and sport performance. This also include research on elite sport.
Vacancy | Ph.D. Fellowship with focus on Physical Education and diversity, at OsloMet, Norway | Apply by January 11, 2021
There is a group of researchers at the Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education who have specialized in the field of embodied learning, and who therefore are involved in research projects focusing on embodied learning at different levels (pre-school, elementary and secondary school, and higher education). The Ph.D. student will also be a member of the research group “Body, Learning and Diversity”.
Call for Papers | “Diversity and Inclusion in Sport Management Education”, Special Issue of Sport Management Education Journal. Call ends December 1, 2020
Sport scholars have consistently advocated for more diverse and inclusive sport organizations, but identity-related inequities and injustices continue to prevail in sport organizations and sport management classrooms as well. Hence, in addition to calls for more diversity, it is important to advocate for inclusion and social justice efforts. Cunningham (2014) argued that all sport management academicians have “a stake in ensuring sport is inclusive and socially just”.
Call for Abstracts | Contemporary Perspectives on Athlete Activism (Routledge) | Call ends March 16, 2020
This edited collection aims to provide a comprehensive multidisciplinary overview of athlete activism. While athletes as ‘activists’ – broadly defined – is not necessarily a new area of study, it has commanded a significant range of both scholarly and media attention in recent years. High-profile figures from across elite sport have lent their voices in an attempt to influence a variety of social, political, ethical and/or environmental issues.
Dansk fodbold sætter tal på mangfoldigheden: Diversiteten i dansk fodbold – en undersøgelse fra Dansk Boldspil-Union
Fodboldspillere, trænere og dommere. Det er blot nogle af de mere end 8.000 respondenter, der har besvaret et spørgeskema om diversitet i dansk breddefodbold. Og spørgsmålene er sendt ud til alle medlemmer af dansk fodbold, når det kommer til alder, niveau og geografi. Det er første gang nogensinde, at man kortlægger diversiteten i en specifik sportsgren i Danmark. Resultaterne er nu klar.
Call for Papers | “The importance of diversity in performance enhancement” | Special Issue of Performance Enhancement & Health. Call ends November 1, 2019
The purpose of this special issue is to illustrate projects embracing concepts of diversity, equity, and infusion of multiple intersecting identity experiences of sport, performance, and exercise science populations. The special issue will allow for a more harmonious sport science set-up with collaborations fostering acceptance and inclusion to promote global cultural progress.
Call for Papers | Diversity in Aquatics | Special Edition of The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education (IJARE). Call ends August 30, 2019
This special issue provides a platform to share findings from empirical research (including quantitative, qualitative, intervention, or community-based studies), theoretical papers, educational articles, research notes and critical essays. Analyses of aquatic sport, water safety education policy and practices from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives are encouraged.
Call for Papers | “Diversity & Inclusion”: Coach New Brunswick Beyond Coaching Conference | Saint John NB, Canada, September 29th, 2017. Call ends 2017-07-19
The Beyond Coaching Conference invites abstract submissions from various sport backgrounds that consider, but are not limited, to the unique challenges, barriers, and solutions for minority groups, as well as those with mental and physical health challenges. Submissions will be accepted with a deadline of July 19th, 2017.
Call for papers | Equality and Diversity in the Professional Events Sector | Special issue of Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events
White men dominate high profile events and industry publications. It is becoming increasingly evident via social media platforms that there is discomfort around the prominence of all male panels and conferences whether academic or corporate. Papers in this special issue will help to inform research and teaching to foster internationally-focused and socially responsible graduates.
Call for chapter proposals | Progress and stagnation of gender diversity in European sport leadership
The purpose of the book is to bring together and to compare theoretical and empirical analyses of gendered leadership practices in sport governance and organizations in differing cultural contexts. Such a comprehensive analysis may broaden insights, expand current theorizing and enable new knowledges to emerge.
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