Driving up participation: Sport and Volunteering

Sunday, 14 March 2004 00:00 Taylor, P. Sport as a Social Instrument
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This paper uses as its source of reference recent work completed for Sport England on Sports Volunteering in England, 2002 by a team led by the author. This work comprised substantial primary research of the voluntary sector in sport,ie,


The main purposes of this research were not to identify the role of the voluntary sector in sport in driving up participation in sport. They were to quantify the contribution made to English sport by volunteers; and identify the nature of volunteering, challenges and support for volunteers and volunteer managers, and the benefits of sports volunteering. Nevertheless, the research does reveal evidence of considerable relevance to the purpose of this paper.

  

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Editor's comments - [   This is an academic review paper commissioned by Sport England as contextual analysis to inform the preparation of the Framework for sport in England and part of a series of desk studies called Driving up Participation: The Challenge for Sport.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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