Sport and Leisure Cultures Research and Enterprise Group

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Olympic rings illustrating the Sport and Leisure Cultures Research and Enterprise GroupThe Sport and Leisure Cultures Research and Enterprise Group provides an open, interdisciplinary, cross-School environment for critically engaged scholars who work with a range of national and international partners. We work with a range of governing bodies, governmental departments, and regional and international non-governmental organizations around the world.

The group develops, enacts, and facilitates positive change using a critically proactive stance. Our ethos is that it is insufficient to simply describe phenomena, our activities must strive to transform some aspect of the phenomenon being studied. Thus, our work is characterized by a critical engagement with and social theories about sport and leisure.

Our current areas of focus include:

  • the human body in its: (1) embodied, material form; (2) racial, ethnic and other marginalized identities, and; (3) movements, mobilities, and migrations
  • governance and policy
  • Sport for Development and Peace
  • mega-events and spectacle
  • politics of football fandom

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

Sports Social Sciences
combat sport Social Sciences
journalist Social Sciences
sports news Social Sciences
journalism Social Sciences
power elite Social Sciences
club Social Sciences
boycott Social Sciences

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Research Output 2017 2018

Open Access
File
sports news
broadcast
journalist
Sports
autonomy

Blinded by gold: Toronto sports community ignores negative legacies of 2015 Pan Am Games

Orr, M. & Jarvis, N. 2018 22, 3, p. 367-378 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File

BTTC Refugee Integration Project - Final Report

Doidge, M. & Sandri, E. May 2018 Brighton. 69 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Open Access
File

Activities 2008 2019

  • 2 Publication Peer-review
  • 1 Editorial work
  • 1 Taught course
  • 1 Membership of professional body

London Review Of Education (Journal)

Moncrieffe, M. (Reviewer)
1 Feb 2019

Activity: Publication Peer-review

Michigan State University Press (Publisher)

Moncrieffe, M. (Reviewer)
1 Aug 2018

Activity: Publication Peer-review

External Examiner

Moncrieffe, M. (Examiner)
1 Sep 201831 Dec 2022

Activity: Taught course