The Palgrave Handbook of Disability Sport in Europe: Policies, Structures and Participation

The Palgrave Handbook of Disability Sport in Europe

Policies, Structures and Participation
 
Kiadás sorszáma: 1st ed. 2023
Kiadó: Palgrave Macmillan
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ISBN13:9783031217586
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?This volume is likely to fill a large gap in the market and is set to become the ?go to? text on sports participation among people with disabilities. The book is very well structured around a similar organising principle which eases the task of reading and comparing between the multiple European case studies presented.?



? Jonathan Grix, Professor of Sport Policy and Politics, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK



 



?This handbook will make an important contribution by enabling the development and exchange of knowledge in the areas of sport participation and policies and inclusion of persons experiencing disability among practitioners, policy makers and researchers.?



? David Legg, Professor at the Department of Health and Physical Education, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada, and President of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity



 



This handbook explores the various ways in which disability sport is governed and organised across Europe, as well as examining the extent to which persons with a disability participate in sport at the grassroots level. Based upon a solid theoretical framework and up-to-date data, the 19 country-specific chapters in this handbook give a comparative overview of the structuring, steering and supporting elements of disability sport policy and sport participation levels amongst persons with a disability, as well as the extent to which countries adopt policies to promote inclusion in sport in this population. A multitude of authors also identify the various methods and challenges in collecting sport participation data with regard to persons with a disability. This handbook will be a valuable resource for academic study across a range of sport and disability related programs, as well as a point of reference for researchers and policymakers working in this area.




Caroline van Lindert is Senior Researcher at the Mulier Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Jeroen Scheerder is Professor in the Faculty of Movement & Rehabilitation Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium, and head of the Policy in Sports & Physical Activity Research Group.

Ian Brittain is Associate Professor (Research) in the Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University, UK.


Hosszú leírás:
This handbook explores the various ways in which disability sport is governed and organised across Europe, as well as examining the extent to which persons with a disability participate in sport at the grassroots level. Based upon a solid theoretical framework and up-to-date data, the 19 country-specific chapters in this handbook give a comparative overview of the structuring, steering and supporting elements of disability sport policy and sport participation levels amongst persons with a disability, as well as the extent to which countries adopt policies to promote inclusion in sport in this population. A multitude of authors also identify the various methods and challenges in collecting sport participation data with regard to persons with a disability. This handbook will be a valuable resource for academic study across a range of sport and disability related programs, as well as a point of reference for researchers and policymakers working in this area.
Tartalomjegyzék:
1.     Introduction. Sport participation a human right for persons with a disability

Caroline van Lindert, Jeroen Scheerder, and Ian Brittain



 



2.     Understanding disability, disability sport and inclusion



Ian Brittain, Caroline van Lindert, and Jeroen Scheerder



 



3.     Participation in sport and physical activity amongst people with a disability. A pan-European comparative approach



Jeroen Scheerder, Kobe Helsen, Caroline van Lindert, and Ian Brittain



 



4.     Denmark: Disability sports policy at arm?s length



Christian R?j Voldby and Karsten Elmose-?sterlund



 



5.     Finland. Facts behind the long and complicated process of disability inclusion in sports



Kati Lehtonen and Aija Saari



 



6.     Disability and sport in Iceland



Ingi ?ór Einarsson and Vidar Halldorsson



 



7.     Norway



Marit S?rensen and Nina Kahrs



 



8.     Beyond inclusion - opportunity structures in sports for all in Sweden



Kim Wickman and Linda Torége



 



9.     Ireland



Catherine Carty and Paul Kitchin



 



10.  Northern Ireland: Disability Sport in a Shared Space



Paul Kitchin and Catherine Carty



 



11.  United Kingdom: An inclusionary approach to sport



Matej Christiaens, Ian Brittain, and Christopher Brown



 



12.  Austria: Half Way to Inclusion?



Torsten Wojciechowski and Claudia Stura



 



13.  Disability sport in Belgium/Flanders. From a fragmented mosaic towards a more inclusive landscape



Debbie Van Biesen and Jeroen Scheerder



 



14.  Complexity and Coexistence: Disability Sport in Germany



Jürgen Mittag



 



15.  The Netherlands, towards inclusive sport for people with a disability



Caroline van Lindert and Maxine de Jonge



 



16.  Switzerland



Julia Albrecht, Siegfried Nagel, and Christoffer Klenk



 



17.  Hungary: Rise of attention given to disability sports



Szilvia Perényi and Zsuzsanna Szilárd



 



18.  Disability Sport in Lithuania



Jurate Pozeriene and Diana Reklaitiene



 



19.  Structure of the analysis on the development and situation of disability sport in Slovenia



Mojca Doupona and Simona Kustec



 



20.  Portugal: pathways of sport for people with disabilities



Leonardo José Mataruna-Dos-Santos, Anabela Vitorino and Nuno M. Pimenta



 



21.  Disability sport in Spain



Javier Pérez-Tejero and Cati Lecumberri



 



22.  Turkey (Republic of Turkey): Disability Sports, Policies and Implementations



Yeşim Albayrak Kuruo?lu



 



23.  The landscape of sport for persons with a disability: a system within a system



Caroline van Lindert, Jeroen Scheerder, and Ian Brittain