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Invitation to take part in Phase 2 of research study “Why Sport?”

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Invitation to take part in Phase 2 of research study “Why Sport?”

The deadline for participation is 9 November.

As committed practitioners and researchers for using sport as a tool for development, we have a vested interest in advancing practice in the sport for development and peace (SDP) field. Currently, we are conducting a study on the unique qualities of sport in facilitating development agendas in SDP. In short, we are interested in answering the question “Why Sport?”

Given you are an active practitioner in SDP, we are seeking your valuable assistance by giving of your time once again in time to engage in an online exercise with us about sport’s role in development. Your total time commitment for the project would be 30 minutes, and your responses will be totally anonymous.

You may have already completed Phase 1 (August – September, 2018), where you were asked to generate a set of statements revolving around why sport is an effective development tool.

We are now launching Phase 2 (October – November, 2018). In this phase you will be asked to group, sort and rate statements generated by all study participants in Phase 1.

We greatly appreciate your thoughts, time and consideration to engage with us in this process. If you are willing, please click on this link by 9 November to be taken to Phase 1 of this activity (which is in English).

Simply select the “participate anonymously” button and you are set to go! You may wish to write down your system generated username and password if you are not able to complete the sorting and rating task in one sitting and wish to log in again in the future to do so.

Thank you for your consideration of our request. If you have any questions, please contact either one of us by email at:

Dr. Jon Welty Peachey

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Champaign, IL, USA


Dr. Emma Sherry

Swinburne University

Melbourne, Australia


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