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Sport Policy and Development
An Introduction389Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.Now in a fully revised, expanded and updated second edition, Sport Policy and Development introduces the complex relationships between modern sport, policy, development and other aspects of wider society. It clearly explains the wider policy context that frames the governance and management of sport, and closely examines the two central components of sport development: development of sport (from grassroots to elite level) and development through sport (how sport is used at community level to achieve social objectives and to tackle social problems). This new edition includes five completely new chapters, covering key contemporary issues such as: Developing people, including volunteering, social capital and social responsibility The relationship between evidence, policy, politics and ideology Disability, health promotion and inclusion through sport Anti-doping policy and programmes in sport International sport-for-development and peace The book includes detailed case studies throughout, such as of London 2012 and Rio 2016, that demonstrate the ways in which the sport policy and development fields have changed, and are continually changing in response to the increasing political, social and cultural significance of sport. Accessible and engaging, this textbook is an invaluable introduction to sport policy and sport development for students, practitioners and policy-makers alike.
Daniel Bloyce is Deputy Head of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences and Senior Lecturer in the Sociology of Sport and Exercise at the University of Chester, UK. He is co-editor of the International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, an editorial board member of the Graduate Journal of Social Science, and an expert panel member for the British Baseball Hall of Fame. His research interests include sport policy and development, the sociology of health and physical activity, figurational sociology and sociological theory, the globalization of sport, and the sportization of pastimes. Andy Smith is Professor of Sport and Physical Activity at Edge Hill University, UK. His research interests focus on youth sport policy and development, and the sociology of physical education and school sport, health and disability. Andy is co-editor of the International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics and leads the Social Science of Sport Research Group at Edge Hill. His previous publications include Disability, Sport and Society (2008, with Nigel Thomas), An Introduction to Drugs in Sport (2008, with Ivan Waddington), and Doing Real World Research in Sports Studies (2013, with Ivan Waddington).
Introduction 1. The sport policy process: a sociological perspective 2. Evidence, policy and politics: towards a sociological understanding 3. The emergence and development of sport policy 4. Youth sport development: physical education, school sport and community club links 5. Community sport development: developing sport and developing people 6. Community sport development: sport in the community schemes 7. Community sport development: disability sport development 8. Community sport development: promoting health 9. Elite sport development: promoting international success 10. Anti-doping policy in elite sport: the World Anti-Doping Agency 11. The politics and policy of mega-events: A case study of London 2012 12. The politics and policy of international sport-for-development Conclusion