A multidisciplinary, theme-oriented monograph series addressing issues relevant to sport science and physical education. Experts from several different sport science disciplines contribute their views to each topic area.
Women and Sport in Asia
Physical Activity and Sport During the First Ten Years of Life Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Managing Sport Across Borders
Edited By Rosa Lopez De D'Amico, Maryam Koushkie Jahromi, Maria Luisa M. Guinto
May 31, 2021
This is the first book to survey the participation of women in sport and physical education across Asia, from the Middle East and South Asia through to the Asia-Pacific region. Covering sport and physical activity at all levels, from school-based PE and community sport to elite, ...
Edited By Richard Bailey, Jennifer P. Agans, Jean Côté, Andy Daly-Smith, Phillip D. Tomporowski
April 13, 2021
Evidence suggests that the first 10 or so years of life create the foundation for subsequent participation in recreational and health-related physical activity. This book brings together researchers and practitioners with expertise in issues related to physical activity, physical education, and ...
Edited By Anneliese Goslin, Darlene A. Kluka, Rosa López de D'Amico, Karen Danylchuk
February 25, 2020
Sport is both a global business and a vehicle for social inclusion and community development. This book examines key performance areas in sport management that cut across cultural, economic and geographical borders, from both commercial and social justice perspectives. Written by leading sport ...
Edited By Karin Volkwein-Caplan, Jasmin Tahmaseb McConatha
December 05, 2019
One of the most pressing questions facing society today is how to care for its burgeoning elderly population. By the year 2050, experts predict that one-third of the world’s population will be over 60 years old. Health promotion for the elderly is therefore becoming an increasingly important topic ...
Edited By Daniel Parnell, Peter Krustrup
June 07, 2019
It is a common assumption that sport is good for us and that participation in sport embodies public health benefits. With sport being increasingly used to deliver public health interventions worldwide, this book critically examines the rationale and evidence for sport as a public health policy tool...
Edited By Romain Meeusen, Sabine Schaefer, Phillip Tomporowski, Richard Bailey
January 31, 2019
A growing body of research evidence suggests that physical activity can have a positive effect on educational achievement. This book examines a range of processes associated with physical activity that are of relevance to those working in education – including cognition, learning, memory, attention...
Edited By Gudrun Doll-Tepper, Katrin Koenen, Richard Bailey
April 23, 2018
This important study brings together world-leading researchers to reflect upon the state of the social scientific study of sport. Addressing three core themes in sport studies – equality, education and policy – the book looks back over the development of sport research in recent decades and offers ...
Edited By Richard Bailey, Margaret Talbot
February 27, 2017
Sport is often perceived as being divided into two separate domains: mass participation and elite . In many countries, policy and funding in these two fields are managed by separate agencies, and investment is often seen as a choice between the two. Elite Sport and Sport-for-All explores the points...
Edited By Nicholas L. Holt, Margaret Talbot
May 31, 2013
Sport and physical activity should now be understood as lifelong activity, beginning in childhood, and accessible to participants of all levels of ability. This book offers an overview of some of the core concerns underlying lifelong engagement in sport and physical activity, encompassing...