Category archives for Volume 2 Issue 3

Football with three ‘halves’: A qualitative exploratory study of the football3 model at the Football for Hope Festival 2010

Katie Gannett1, Zachary A. Kaufman2, Melissa A. Clark3, Stephen T. McGarvey3 1 Grassroot Soccer, South Africa 2 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health, UK 3 Brown University School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, USA Citation: Gannett, K.R., Kaufman, Z.A., Clark, M.A., McGarvey, S T. Football with three […]

Empowerment revisited: How social work integrated into a sports programme can make a difference

Stéphanie Simard1, Suzanne Laberge1, Martin Dusseault2 1 Université de Montréal, Kinesiology department, Canada 2 Centre de santé et services sociaux Jeanne-Mance, Canada Citation: Simard, S., Laberge, S., Dusseault, M. Empowerment revisited: How social work integrated into a sports programme can make a difference. Journal of Sport for Development. 2014; 2(3). Download article as PDF Abstract […]

Engaging urban Pacific women in healthy lifestyle behaviour: an outcome evaluation of a workplace-based physical activity intervention in Vanuatu

Katja Siefken1, Grant Schofield1, Rita Malcata2 1 Auckland University of Technology, Human Potential Centre, New Zealand 2 Auckland University of Technology, Sport Performance Research Institute of New Zealand (SPRINZ), New Zealand Citation: Siefken, K., Schofield, G., Malcata, R. Engaging urban Pacific women in healthy lifestyle behaviour: an outcome evaluation of a workplace-based physical activity intervention […]

Formative evaluation of a UK community-based sports intervention to prevent smoking among children and young people: SmokeFree Sports

Maria Romeo-Velilla1,2, Caryl Beynon3, Rebecca C. Murphy1, Ciara E. McGee1, Toni A. Hilland1,4, Daniel Parnell1,5, Gareth Stratton1,6, Lawrence Foxweather1 1 Liverpool John Moores University, Physical Activity Exchange, Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, UK 2 Staffordshire University, Centre for Sport, Health and Exercise Research, UK 3 Liverpool John Moores University, Centre for Public Health, […]

Possibilities and Dangers at the Nexus of Sport and Development Discourses: An Analysis of Racialized and De-historicized Spaces

Nicholas S. Mayrand1 1 University of Dayton, Department of Religious Studies, USA Citation: Possibilities and Dangers at the Nexus of Sport and Development Discourses: An Analysis of Racialized and De-historicized Spaces. Journal of Sport for Development. 2013; 2(3) Download article as PDF Abstract Pairing the discourse of sport with that of development has resulted in […]