Advances in Leisure Studies features original interdisciplinary and international scholarship from leisure studies and related academic fields and disciplines. The series brings together cutting-edge research by those working in leisure studies with a focus on emerging lines of enquiry inspired by new debates, controversies and perspectives. The series explores a wide range of topics informed by new theoretical interventions and empirical research and encompasses a variety of methodological approaches. Advances in Leisure Studies is a series that speaks to the complexities and intricacies of leisure in the twenty-first century.
By Andrew Adams, Kevin Harris
August 12, 2022
This book presents a critical assessment of evaluation theory and practice in sport and leisure. It considers established and emerging forms of evaluation; examines typologies, issues, contexts and processes; and asks how evaluation practice can be improved in the future. The book seeks to uncover ...
By Nicola De Martini Ugolotti, Jayne Caudwell
July 16, 2021
This book offers a timely and critical exploration of leisure and forced migration from multiple disciplinary perspectives, spanning sociology, gender studies, migration studies and anthropology. It engages with perspectives and experiences that unsettle and oppose dehumanising and infantilising ...
By Stefan Lawrence, Garry Crawford
June 30, 2020
As the digital revolution continues apace, emergent technologies and means of communication present new challenges and opportunities for the football industry. This is the first book to bring together key contemporary debates at the intersection of football studies, leisure studies, and digital ...