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  • assessment and possible ways forward

    Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, the EU has been entitled to support, coordinate or complement Member States’ activities in sport. European sports policies of the past…

  • making sense of a promiscuous concept

    The term physical literacy (PL) has become widely used in policy and practice discourses, engaging sport, physical activity, and physical education communities. Yet, despite its popularity, the term has taken…

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  • final report

    In dit rapport worden samenvatten de bevindingen weergegeven van het internationale onderzoeksproject “Sport in Education” (SpinEd).  Het onderzoeksproject SpinEd richt zich op het verzamelen van bewijzen van de voordelen voor…

  • towards an explanatory model

    Sport and other forms of physical activities have traditionally held an ambiguous place within schooling, often being pushed to the margins. At the same time, there is a consensus that…

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  • bridging the two cultures?

    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,…

  • a literature review and discussion of implications for sports coaches

    Recent academic literature on sport coaching has acknowledged the importance of domain specificity, emphasising the significance of participant motives and the coaching environment in determining appropriate coaching practice. Although children’s…

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  • an academic review

    Participant development is a central aspect of any sports development framework as it is concerned with the activities experienced, the pathways followed and the obstacles encountered by players during their…

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  • an underestimated investment in human capital?

    In dit artikel presenteren de auteurs het Human Capital Model, een model waarin de opbrengsten van lichaamsbeweging worden onderscheiden in fysiek, emotioneel, individueel, sociaal, intellectueel en financieel kapitaal.

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