Development of Sport: Research Resources (by Adam Goodwin)

Development of Sport: Research Resources

by Adam Goodwin | 2016 | Last Updated: May 15, 2016

Sport Development

Sport development is a large field. It includes using sport for development (e.g., Right to Play). It also includes getting people involved with and participating in sport (at all levels – elite, competitive, mass, recreational).

As it is a very large field, below are some key research articles that I have read. This may be of assistant for people who are looking for a few articles about different aspects of the field. The below are focused on the development of sport (i.e., getting people participating in sport, and retaining sport participants).

A Few Resources

I have tried to find URLs for freely available articles/resources. If a resource is not available to you and you would like a copy, let me know and I will try to track something down for you.

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Adam Goodwin is a Canadian who has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North America, who is currently attending one of the world’s best sport management programs at the University of Windsor.  He is a proud introvert and silent leader.  He has traveled to 50 major global cities around the world, and has worked with universities, non-profits, consulting firms, and sport organizations.  He has family and friends around the world.  Follow his travels, work, projects, and thoughts on Twitter (@adam13goodwin) and on this blog (click on the bottom right-hand corner to sign up for weekly email notifications).

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