THINKING GLOBALLY AND ACTING LOCALLY: THE POWER OF PLAY AND GAMES

Preprint uoadl:2418144 999 Read counter

Unit:
Department of Physical Education & Sport Science
Title:
THINKING GLOBALLY AND ACTING LOCALLY: THE POWER OF PLAY AND GAMES
Languages of Item:
English
Abstract:
The European Commission has long acknowledged the important role of sport and physical education in promoting public health, a healthy lifestyle and social well-being, together with socio-cultural integration, namely social inclusion in and through sport, as we had all pointed out in the project description. One need also reiterate here—in order to contribute to the brainstorming of our upcoming meeting in Zaragoza—that a great number of studies have shown, not only the health benefits, but the social importance of physical activity and sport, specifically the social capital of sport: sport agency and volunteerism, i.e. the sport potential in promoting social inclusion and reducing or eliminating social, ethnic and gender prejudices (Kamberidou 2012, 2011; Hall 2012; Hardin & Greer 2009). Gender equality, essential from a human rights perspective [...] (see attached article: discussion and proposals)
Creation year:
2017
Authors:
Irene Kamberidou
, Konstantinos Karteroliotis
,Fotini Venetsanou,
Aspasia Dania
Pages:
1-7
Keywords:
social inclusion, sport, games, physical activity, traditional and intergenerational games, volunteerism, respect for diversity, equal opportunity, gender,
Main subject category:
Education - Sport science
Project information:
Kamberidou, I., Karteroliotis, K., Venetsanou, F., & Dania, A. (2017). THINKING GLOBALLY AND ACTING LOCALLY: THE POWER OF PLAY AND GAMES. Creating a tech tool to promote European Traditional Sports and Games from an intergenerational and inclusive perspective, ERASMUS PLUS Small Collaborative Partnership-GEO-LUDENS:Discussion-proposals for 1st meeting in Zaragoza Spain, 9-10/2/ 2017.Abstract
thinking_globally_and_acting_locally.pdf geo_ludens_kickoffmeeting_agenda_2017.pdf
ConfigureEditDelete2016
Thinking Globally and Acting Locally.pdf (369 KB) Open in new window