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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Friday, November 2 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Diversity & Inclusion in Sport Organizations

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This Open Session will examine the concepts of diversity and inclusion in sport organizations.

Speakers
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Andrea Bundon

Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
As an Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia, Andrea's research spans the fields of sport sociology and critical disabilities studies. Working from a community-based, participatory research framework, Andrea uses innovative digital qualitative... Read More →
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Caitlin Pentifallo Gadd

Via Sport
Session: Diversity in Sport OrganizationThe influence of provincial governments in Canada on the development of disability sport: the case of British ColumbiaProvincial governments play a pivotal role in setting the agenda for sport in Canada. This paper explores the role of the provincial... Read More →
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Andrew Hammond

Session: Sport for Development, Diplomacy, & PolicySport, Policy, and Innovation: Alternative Approaches in the Practitioner-Researcher SpaceRecent discussions in academic literature have called for sport policy to become more entrepreneurial and innovative (Ratten & Ferreira, 2017... Read More →
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Masako Ichimura

Han-gorin-no-kai, Japan
Networking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic ResistanceOver the lasNetworking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic Resistancet few years, Asian civic activists’ alliance has grown through Olympic events. This paper illustrates recent elaboration... Read More →
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Satoko Itani

Kansai University
Networking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic ResistanceOver the lasNetworking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic Resistancet few years, Asian civic activists’ alliance has grown through Olympic events. This paper illustrates recent elaboration... Read More →
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Kyoung-yim Kim

Technocratic Politics and Policy Mobility: Environmental Sustainability of Olympic Sledding Track, Boston College
Bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton sledding tracks in winter Olympics have become a competitive arena for sustainable green technology. While Europe dominates track designs and technologies, Japan and South Korea developed green technology and earned international patents in their recent... Read More →
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Annelies Knoppers

Professor, Utrecht University
queering management (of diversity)
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Tim Konoval

University of British Columbia
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Shawna Lawson

viaSport British Columbia
Session: Sport for Development, Diplomacy, & PolicySport, Policy, and Innovation: Alternative Approaches in the Practitioner-Researcher SpaceRecent discussions in academic literature have called for sport policy to become more entrepreneurial and innovative (Ratten & Ferreira, 2017... Read More →
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Kyung Ryeol Lee

Civic Network for Justice in Sport, Korea
Networking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic ResistanceOver the lasNetworking Dissent Voices: Korea-Japan Civic Alliance for Olympic Resistancet few years, Asian civic activists’ alliance has grown through Olympic events. This paper illustrates recent elaboration... Read More →
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Joseph O'Rourke

Community-Based Participatory Research: Exploring Inclusion in Disability Sport, School of Kinesiology, University of British Columbia
Many initiatives in Canada aimed at increasing people with disabilities’ (PwD) participation in recreational sport have typically (re)engaged the same 3% rather than engaging new participants (Jaffer & Brazeau, 2012). Accordingly, this presentation will discuss Community-Based Participatory... Read More →
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Ramon Spaaij

Victoria University, Australia
Session: Sport and Domestic Violence: The Truth Behind Closed DoorsCommunity sport as a setting for domestic violence prevention initiativesDomestic violence is a major health, welfare and social issue in Australia. Recent statistics illuminate the extremely high rates of domestic... Read More →
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Naofumi Suzuki

Hitotsubashi University
Playfulness means inclusiveness: a case of Diversity Cup in JapanThis paper explore how social inclusion is fostered by organizing an annual futsal tournament, Diversity Cup, which is designed to accommodate those who have suffered from a range of issues such as homelessness, psychological... Read More →

Moderators
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Annelies Knoppers

Professor, Utrecht University
queering management (of diversity)


Friday November 2, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm PDT
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