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Exploring the impact of soccer camp on social identity for youth with cerebral palsy

Exploring the impact of soccer camp on social identity for youth with cerebral palsy

Publication type

Journal Articles

Publisher

Journal of Sport for Development

The latest from the Journal of Sport for Development.

The study explores the impact of an exclusive, residential cerebral palsy (CP) soccer camp on social identity for youth with CP. Using a basic qualitative methods approach, the research explains the six-day CP soccer camp experience from the campers’ perspective, guided by the three processes of Social Identity Theory (SIT), to determine if a CP soccer camp setting impacted the development of the participants’ social identity.

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Author

Rio James, Skye Gerald Arthur-Banning and Margaret Domka

Published

Friday, July 9, 2021 - 08:02

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