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Routledge
30 September 2020
Development studies; Peace studies & conflict resolution; Sociology: sport & leisure
Transnational organizations and practitioners who use sport for international development often position sport as a unique option for tackling development challenges. While sport can be a tool for social change, the authors in this collection bring a critical eye to this assumption and offer new perspectives on the use of sport for development and peace (SDP) in local and global contexts. The book seeks to generate new dialogues and explore linkages for development and SDP researchers through considerations of sport's potential to challenge and/or perpetuate key global issues and problems. These analyses consider the SDP work done 'on the ground' and interrogate the historical, social and political circumstances of these practices. The authors explore how best to examine, theorize, critique and potentially improve local SDP initiatives.

This book will be of great interest to students and researchers of both Development Studies and Sport. It was originally published as a special issue of the online journal Third World Thematics.
Edited by:   Megan Chawansky (Otterbein University USA), Lyndsay Hayhurst (York University, Toronto, Canada), Mary G. McDonald (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Cathy van Ingen (Brock University, Canada)
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 246mm,  Width: 174mm, 
Weight:   286g
ISBN:   9780367663490
ISBN 10:   036766349X
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   30 September 2020
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
1. Innovations in sport for development and peace research Megan Chawansky, Lyndsay Hayhurst, Mary McDonald & Cathy van Ingen 2. The challenges of articulating 'top down' and 'bottom up' development through sport David R. Black 3. Considering sport for development and peace through the capabilities approach Simon C. Darnell & Michael Dao 4. Travelling discourses of Title IX: gender and sport for development in an era of securitised interests Mary G. McDonald 5. Atlanta's Westside residents challenge the rules of sport mega-development Kate Diedrick & Christopher A. Le Dantec 6. Indicator culture in sport for development and peace: a transnational analysis of governance networks Kathryn Henne 7. The politics of pleasure in girl-centred sport for development programming Megan Chawansky & Alison Carney 8. Critical pedagogy and power relations in sport for development and peace: lessons from Colombia Sarah Oxford & Ramon Spaaij 9. Image-ining resistance: using participatory action research and visual methods in sport for development and peace Lyndsay M. C. Hayhurst

Megan Chawansky is Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences at Otterbein University, USA. Lyndsay M. C. Hayhurst is Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University, Toronto, Canada. Mary G. McDonald is Professor and Homer Rice Chair in Sports and Society in the School of History and Sociology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. Cathy van Ingen is Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University, Canada.

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