Research Engagement in SLES

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Research in SLES is focused on two main themes, these are ‘Pedagogy, Coaching and Ethics’ as our first theme and ‘Community and Inclusion’ as our second.

Staff in the community continue to be research active or engaging in doctoral studies, often publishing along the way. Online seminars usefully support the team and the School writing retreats, are less retreating but lots of writing!

The team is contributing strongly to the REF submission for 2021 and whilst this is fantastic news, with a likely high ranking submission (3*/4* predominantly) we are still developing ourselves and our student research community .

Some great work out of the community over the last few months:

Brighton, J., Townsend. R., Campbell, N., & Williams, T. (2021). Moving Beyond Models: Theorizing Physical Disability in the Sociology of Sport. Sociology of Sport Journal, 1-13

Campbell, N. J., & Stonebridge, J. (2020). Coaching athletes with intellectual disabilities: Same thing but different?. In Sport Coaching with Diverse Populations (pp. 142-159). Routledge.

Garner, Paul , Turnnidge, Jennifer, Roberts, William M and Côté, Jean (2020) How coach educators deliver formal coach education: a full range leadership perspective. International Sport Coaching Journal. pp. 1-11. doi:10.1123/iscj.2019-0074 

Navin, Anita , Vinson, Don, Croad, Alison , Turnnidge, Jennifer and Côté, Jean (2020) The Birth of the Stars: A Participatory and Appreciative Action and Reflection Investigation into the Leadership and Development of a New Superleague Netball Club. The Sport Psychologist, 34 (3). pp. 220-231. doi:10.1123/tsp.2019-0087

White, Adam J., Piggin, Joe, Batten, John, Turner, Gary, Pearce, Alan, Bullingham, Rachael  and Anderson, Eric (2020) Ethics and injury risk in World Rugby and England Rugby tackle-height trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2020-101983

Rach Bullingham has appeared on the BBC LGBT Sport podcast (you may need a BBC login), listen here

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