The Disability, Sport and Physical Activity Cultures series provides an outlet for high-quality books concerned with the politics and policy of sport broadly defined. It gives shape to, and showcases, the burgeoning academic field of ‘Disability Sport Studies and Adapted Physical Activity’. Books within the series engage critically with the nature of sport and physical activity and the socio-cultural significance that this has on people with disabilities. A particular aim of the series is to encourage critical reflection on the cultural politics, governance, management and philosophy of disability sport and physical activity cultures.
By Laura Misener, Gayle McPherson, David McGillivray, David Legg
June 30, 2020
This empirically-grounded text examines the policy, planning, development and implementation of disability sport events. It draws insights from a major international comparative study of different types of large multi-national sporting events: integrated events where able-bodied athletes and ...
By Ben Powis
March 17, 2020
This book investigates the complex relationship between embodiment, identity and disability sport, based on ethnographic research with an international-level visually impaired cricket team. Alongside issues of empowerment, classification and valorisation, it conceptualises the sensuous dimension of...