Social Sciences in Sport
Research within this area addresses the essential sociocultural nature of sport and physical activity. Our work critically examines the multi-layered challenges, opportunities and complexities associated with participation in sport and informs debates about policy, practice, and educational provision. Key areas of investigation include: Our research, advocacy and industry collaborations underpin our sector-leading modules in safeguarding and athlete welfare.
Work focuses on how policy is interpreted, applied and assessed by sports organisations and stakeholders within the sporting sector. Further details of specific projects are available here. Her work concentrates on sport, nationalism and cultural identity and media representations of identity through sport.
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Dr Claudio Rocha's research interests are in the organisation, impacts and legacies of sport mega-events and in international sport consumer behaviours. John Taylor who works across a broad range of sports topics including sports policy, strategic planning development, youth sport, youth leadership and sports participation. Dr Sarah Zipp is a researcher in the field of sport for development, with a focus on how gender influences capability development in youth participants in sport programmes.
Her work also examines gender roles, norms and attitudes in sport leadership. Study International Research About Student life.
Group Members Dr Justine Allen whose research focuses on coach development and what coaches do, why, and how it impacts on participants with a particular interest in the motivational climate and life skills development. Follow us on Twitter.
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