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Sport and Social Change in Africa

Sport and Social Change in Africa Jepkorir Rose Chepyator-Thomson We welcome our network of readers, among them scholars, policy-makers, research scientists, educators, and coaches worldwide to this second issue of The Interdisciplinary Electronic Journal of African Sports, which is devoted to the study of sport and social change.  The contributors to this issue come from sport […]

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Organizational Justice: A Case Study of Female Sport Managers in Morocco

Organizational Justice: A Case Study of Female Sport Managers in Morocco Kimberley Bodey Bio Indiana State University   Abstract In recent decades, international sport reforms have been undertaken to challenge the status of women, create participation opportunities and increase the number of women in key decision-making positions. Recent social developments in Morocco including a greater number […]

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Making African Sports Global

Making African Sports Global Jepkorir Rose Chepyator-Thomson & Mike Boit The Interdisciplinary Electronic Journal of African Sports has come at an opportune time–African footballers are making their presence felt at World Championships and Olympics and African runners are taking the world by the storm in various competitions, producing high caliber performances that have sparked controversy on […]

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Popular Culture as Critical Process in Colonial Africa: A Study of Brazzaville Football

Popular Culture as Critical Process in Colonial Africa: A Study of Brazzaville Football Jay Straker   Bio Liberal Arts and International Studies The Colorado School of Mines     Introduction A prominent strand of recent football scholarship has stressed the sport’s links with anticolonial, nationalist, international, and, most recently, post-civil war political processes to the […]

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Effects Of Repetitive Audio-Visual Display On Volleyball Skill Acquisition Among Non-Athletes Undergraduate Students Of A South-Western Nigerian University

Lade Adeyanju (Bio) Institute of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University lle lfe Nigera Abstract Eighteen (18) Freshmen, 12 male and 06 female with age of between 18 and 24, mean 21 years, (SD=±4.5) who are non athletes but indicated interest in playing volleyballvolley ball game were exposed to a repetitive show of a locally recorded video tape for […]

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Sports African Network

Welcome to the Sports Africa Network online community for scholars and practitioners. You are invited to register and, post your profile.   The platform can be used to: Create connections with members Create or join a group of your interest Share files and documents with colleagues and other members Request information, published or unpublished articles or […]