Call for papers – Special issue of the Movement & Sport Sciences
Social Legacy of Olympic Games
The Olympic and Paralympic Games give rise to abundant literature. In this one, the notion of legacy of the event takes more and more place gradually replacing that of impact apprehended especially through its economic aspects. The social legacy of the Olympic Games but also of the Paralympic Games, at the same time that it has become a strong axis of bids since the beginning of the 2000s, interests social scientists and covers aspects as different as the issue of inclusion or the exclusion of vulnerable groups, training and education, health, reception and support of people to the event and the transformation of lifestyles (especially active)…
If the social refers to a disparate set, the intention of the special issue is to distinguish it from economic or purely urban approaches centered on infrastructures. Proposals for articles are to be sent before February 15th on the submission platform of the journal.
Authors must follow the instructions to authors;
Submission Deadlines: February 15th 2019
Masters athletes: Age is just a number
INSERM U1093 CAPS, Faculté des Sciences du Sport, Université Bourgogne, DIJON
Masters athletes (> 40 years old) systematically train and compete in various sporting disciplines. These athletes who can still achieve extremely high levels of performance, have been used as an experimental model of primary biological aging because they are essentially free from negative influences of physical inactivity. Master athletes require the continued attention of sport scientists and exercise physiologists to extend their limits of performance. This special issue aims to present innovative contributions to improve our knowledge about master athletes with a special focus on the age-related declines in performance and the physiological changes with advancing age. Scientific contributions such as original experimental study or literature review can be submitted as part of this special issue.
Submission Deadlines: January 31th 2019
New Directions in the Study of Expertise in Sport and exercise Science
Dr Joseph O’Halloran, Dr Martina Navarro - University of Portsmouth
The proposed special issue will contain contributions from scientists in the fields of perceptual-motor control, skill acquisition and related research areas. Submissions are encouraged to reflect a New perspective that has the potential to stimulate original directions in the field of Expertise research. It is anticipated that submissions will focus on a research topic where a consensus of opinion has not yet been reached. Each submission will require the author(s) to detail how their perspective offers new conceptual, theoretical and research directions. Opinion pieces as well as original research can be submitted as part of the Special Issue. (More information on this document)
Submission Deadlines: 15th June, 2018
Emotions and regulation within interpersonal and intergroup sport contexts
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Laboratoire Psy-DREPI, Dijon France
Over the past few years, we have seen the beginning of an upward shift in the theoretical and methodological challenges investigated by researchers in the field of emotions in sport. This special issue aims at providing an opportunity for researchers to propose innovative contributions participating to advance knowledge about the complexity of emotional processes in interpersonal and/ or intergroup sport contexts. A particular attention will be paid to works involving psychosocial variables, or original ground-breaking methods as well as literature reviews.
Submission Deadlines: May 30th 2018
Intervention research in adapted physical activity: the impact of rehabilitation programs on health
UFR STAPS de Caen – UMR-S 1075 INSERM/UNICAEN COMETE
In recent years, studies to assess the impact of rehabilitation programs by APA have increased, contributing to build scientific evidences of the benefits of physical activity on health for special needs populations. This special issue aims to present the recent advancement of intervention research in APA, with a particular interest in multidisciplinary approaches. Scientific contributions such as original experimental study or literature review are encouraged.
Submission Deadlines: January 15th to January 30th 2018