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Sport and community development : A manual

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This manual was commissioned to assist those setting up and running sports-based projects in the community, particularly in areas of deprivation such as the Social Inclusion Partnership areas in Scotland. It advises on:


• setting aims and objectives;
• lessons learned from good practice; and
• monitoring and evaluating projects to determine their impact on sporting and community outcomes.

 

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editors comments

Editor's comments - [  This is intended to be a practical manual that supports the principle of evidence-based policy – ‘what works and why?’
It may avail those running sports-based projects to demonstrate impact.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from In the text: Cryer (year)

 

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Reference : Coalter F. (2002). Sport and community development : A manual. Edinburgh: sportscotland

 

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