The Journal of Sport for Development (JSFD) is pleased to announce the publication of its twelfth and thirteenth issues, released in 2019.
JSFD’s mission is to examine, advance and disseminate evidence, best practices, and lessons learned from sport for development programmes and interventions. JSFD is the first peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to exclusively publishing research from the field of sport for development.
Issue 12 articles:
- Sport for development and peace: Surveying actors in the field
- Whitley, M.A., Farrell, K., Wolff, E.A., & Hillyer, S.J.
- Organizational capacity for domestic sport for development
- Clutterbuck, R., & Doherty, A.
- Being a part of it: People with intellectual disabilities as volunteers in the Youth Olympic Games
- A cross-sectional study of sexual health knowledge, attitudes, and reported behavior among Zambian adolescent girl participants in a football program
- Duffey, K., Zulu, J.M., Asamoah, B.O., & Agardh, A.
- CrossFit Sarajevo: Positioning against dominant ethnonational narratives
Issue 13 articles:
- “It’s borderline hypocrisy”: Recruitment practices in youth sport – based interventions
- Morgan, H. & Costas Batlle, I.
- “Putting kids first”: An exploration of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility model to youth development in Eswatini
- Huysmans, Z., Clement, D., Whitley, M., Gonzalez, M., & Sheehy, T.
- Lasting social value or a one-off? People with intellectual disabilities’ experiences with volunteering for the Youth Olympic Games
- Yarning with the Stars Project: An Indigenous evaluation protocol for a sport for development and peace program
- Understanding female youth refugees’ experiences in sport and physical education through the self-determination theory
- Farello, A., Blom, L., Mulvihill, T. & Erickson, J.
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