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ESDN symposium [2009]: Conference presentations

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NTU tell us that the "ESDN" was founded in October 2008 in an attempt to bring practitioners and academics, alongside policy makers in sports development closer together through a collaborative network of individuals and institutions. The ESDN is linked to the PE and Sports Development (PESD) research unit at Nottingham Trent University, England.

It has the following goals:

  • to encourage collaboration and partnerships in sports development 'practice' in Europe and beyond;
  • to share theoretical and conceptual developments in sports development;
  • to set up and plan symposiums, seminars and events to share discourse, debate and to challenge the traditional boundaries of the field;
  • to develop longer term, sustainable network of members in the field of sports development.

We attach the presentations of interest:

  • Trying to catch the fog: Can ‘active research’ contribute towards enhancing a sports development partnership: Dr Iain Lindsay and Dr Ian Hamilton, University of Southampton, UK.
  • Community Sport and Community Empowerment: A Case Study in Rochdale. : Janine Partington & Mick Totten (LMU)
  • Global Changes to Public Management and the role of sport in regional & local regeneration: Joyce Liddle.
  • From sport for good to sport for sport’s sake-not a good move for Sport Development?: Mike Collins
  • “Grow and Sustain”: Looking at the  role of community sport development in promoting a participation legacy for the 2012 Olympic Games: Dr Anthony Charlton, Edge Hill University, UK.
  • Great expectations: Voluntary sports clubs and their role in delivering national policy for English sport: Spencer Harris, Kate Mori and Prof Mike Collins
  • Community Sports Development: theoretical and conceptual models, frameworks and a pedagogy for ‘practice’: Chris Mackintosh, Nottingham Trent University, UK.
  • StreetGames: a case study in 'what works' to break down the barriers to working class participation in sport: Jane Ashworth, StreetGames, UK.
  • Coaches’ Experiences of Formal Education and Training: A Critical Sociological Investigation : Dr Dave Piggot, University of Lincoln, UK.
  • What Works for young people and sport?: The role of Sport Unlimited in attracting and engaging semi-sporty young people: Maxine Gregory and Gemma Hart, Sport Industry Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

  

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Editor's comments - [  Nottingham Trent University organised a Sports Development conference on September 3rd 2009, under the auspices of what they describe as the European Sports Development Network. The ESDN is part the PE and Sports Development (PESD) research unit at Nottingham Trent University, and whilst not yet a recognised sports development or academic organisation, it is an interesting idea and the conference did include some interesting material.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : Nottingham Trent University. (2009). ESDN symposium [2009]: Conference presentations. Nottingham: NTU

 

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Download this file (Joyce_Liddle.pdf)Joyce_Liddle.pdfGlobal Changes to Public Management and the role of sport in regional & local regeneration
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Download this file (TonyCharlton.pdf)TonyCharlton.pdf“Grow and Sustain”: Looking at the role of community sport development in promoting a participation legacy for the 2012 Olympic Games
Download this file (Harris_Mori.pdf)Harris_Mori.pdfGreat expectations: Voluntary sports clubs and their role in delivering national policy for English sport
Download this file (Mackintosh.pdf)Mackintosh.pdfCommunity Sports Development: theoretical and conceptual models, frameworks and a pedagogy for ‘practice’
Download this file (Sport_Unlimited.pdf)Sport_Unlimited.pdfStreetGames: a case study in 'what works' to break down the barriers to working class participation in sport
Download this file (DavidPiggott.pdf)DavidPiggott.pdfCoaches’ Experiences of Formal Education and Training: A Critical Sociological Investigation
Download this file (GemmaHart.pdf)GemmaHart.pdfWhat Works for young people and sport?: The role of Sport Unlimited in attracting and engaging semi-sporty young people
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