Publication: Engaging with academic and institutional changes: P.E. & sport pedagogy’s interest & ability to ‘survive and thrive’

Research Impact:  Acknowledging differences in contexts, the purpose of this paper considers how physical education and sport pedagogy (PESP), while maintaining our collective identity, can most effectively develop a capacity to engage with academic and institutional changes in productive, proactive ways. This, we contend, entails considering extending the groups or communities in which PESP is represented to increase the potential to access substructures with other academic communities.

MacPhail, A.,  & Schaefer, L.  (2019): Engaging with academic and institutional changes: physical education and sport pedagogy’s interest and ability to ‘survive and thrive’, Sport, Education and Society, DOI: 10.1080/13573322.2019.1669151

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