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    Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum, Volume 14, 2023

    SSSF, a multidisciplinary social sciences sport studies 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 sport. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Motives, Motivation, and Motivational Climate of Young Norwegian Swimmers, and their Parents’ Belief by Ingeborg Ljødal, Bjørn Harald Olstad & Anne Marte Pensgaard (open access).

    Regionalt idrettsdemokrati: Hvem deltar og hva påvirker interesse for deltakelse på idrettskretsting?

    Våren 2022 ble det foreslått endringer i Idrettstingets sammensetning, og med bakgrunn i endringen i tingsammensetningen er formålet med denne studien å undersøke hvem som deltar og hva som påvirker interessen for deltakelse på idrettskretsting. Studien av Anne Tjønndal, Martine Limstrand og Siv Stavang Aune baserer seg på en spørreundersøkelse av idrettslag i Nordland, kombinert med en kvantitativ innholdsanalyse av protokoller fra Nordland idrettskretsting i perioden 2016-2022.

    Regional sports democracy: Who participates and what factors impact interest in regional decision-making arenas for sports policy?

    In the spring of 2022, changes were proposed to the composition of the Sports Council, and based on the change in composition, the purpose of this study is to investigate who participates and which factors influence the interest in participation in sports councils. The study is based on a survey of sports teams in Nordland, combined with a quantitative content analysis of protocols from the Nordland sports district in the period 2016-2022. The questionnaire data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and regression analysis.

    The future of sport? New anthology prophecies a technological revolution

    Sascha L. Schmidt’s edited collection 21st Century Sports: How Technologies Will Change Sports in the Digital Age (Springer) outlines the effects that technology-induced change will have on sport within the next five to ten years. A collective of sport sociologists at Nord University, Norway has read the book as a book group, bringing many various experiences and perspectives into a rich review highlighting the book’s strong points as well as its weaknesses, one of which is a paucity of critical perspectives throughout.
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