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Apr 8, - The editors spotted a long-standing gap in the market. There have been several recent texts on elite sport and policy provision, but nothing on Europe · Eastern Europe · Asia.
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It is therefore important to balance between multiple institutional logics to create and maintain the organisational identity Battilana and Dorado, This paper suggests that institutional theory can contribute to a more nuanced understanding and richer portrayal of changes in LTSP than suggested by traditional dual perspectives on organised vs non-organised, or formal vs informal sport.
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It is argued that institutional change, and accordingly changes in organisational settings for LTSP, is the result of intertwining tendencies of deinstitutionalisation and reinstitutionalisation in which both individual actors and wider cultural forces play a major role. The sensitivity to institutional change and innovation in organisations opens up opportunities to adopt multiple institutional logics within an organisation. Such sociological insights on changes in sports-related institutions are useful to adequately classify and target participants in future participation research.
The model may also serve as an inspirational tool for practitioners and policy makers concerned with the development of LTSP. The development of new offers and sport promotion strategies in all four quadrants of the model may cater to the needs of more diverse and elusive groups of sports participants.
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Time-trend data referring to Flanders originate from the Flemish Household Study on Sports Participation , , , , This is a large-scale repeated cross-sectional study that investigates socio-demographic and socioeconomic aspects of sports participation every 10 years. The study is conducted based on a validated representative questionnaire with school-aged children 6 to 18 years old and their parents.
For the purpose of the present paper, only data of the adult sample parents were included 18 to 75 years old. For an extended overview of the response rates and procedures we refer to the publication of Scheerder et al. Time-trend data referring to Denmark originate from the Danish National Surveys on Sports Participation , , , , , This is a large-scale repeated cross-sectional study that investigates socio-demographic and socioeconomic aspects of sports participation among a representative sample of the Danish population. For the purpose of the present paper, only data of adults were included.
For an extended overview of the response rates and procedures we refer to the publication of Laub Data used to elaborate the profile of sports participants in different organisational settings originate from a large-scale study on participation in the domains of youth, media, sport and culture in Flanders Belgium. The survey was conducted in with respondents and is representative for the to years old population.
The multinomial regression analysis is carried out with sports participants only, which accounts for The variable motives for sports participation is constructed with Principal Component Analysis, followed by a K-means cluster analysis of twelve original reasons to participate in sport. This resulted in four clusters of motives of sports participation: a a health-oriented cluster, in which respondents scored particularly high on reasons regarding health and the body i. Skip to main content. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. International Sociology of Sport Association.
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Can we consider changes in sports participation as institutional change? Maja Pilgaard. Bart Vanreusel. See all articles by this author Search Google Scholar for this author. Jeroen Scheerder Jeroen Scheerder. Article information. Article Information Volume: 53 issue: 1, page s : Article first published online: April 4, ; Issue published: February 1, Email: Jeroen.
Keywords diversification , greedy institutions , institutional change , sport light , sports participation. Rationale and research context. Theoretical framework: institutional change. Directions of change: deinstitutionalisation and reinstitutionalisation. Observations of changes in LTSP.
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