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Sport, physical activity and criminal justice, politics, policy and practice, edited by Haydn Morgan, Andrew Parker

"This book explores the various ways in which participation in sport and physical activity might contribute to effective solutions within criminal justice systems. With shifting debates around criminal justice and the need for policy and practical solutions to extend beyond tougher and longer sentencing, this book is important reading for students, researchers and practitioners working in sports pedagogy, sport-for-development, sport and leisure management, sports coaching, physical education, criminology, youth work, youth studies, social work and health studies"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of contributors -- Introduction: Sport, Physical Activity, and Criminal Justice -- PART I: Policy and Strategic Responses -- 1. The History and Development of Policy for Sport and Physical Activity in Youth and Adult Prisons -- 2. Adverse Childhood Experiences, Mentoring, and 'At Risk' Youth -- 3. Examining the Role of Partnership within Sport and Physical Activity Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation Projects -- 4. Sport and Crime Prevention in Canada: Examining Discourses of Risk, Responsibility, and Development through Sport -- 5. Using Child-Centred Approaches to Enhance the Evidence Base Around Using Sport-Based Interventions to Reduce Youth Offending -- PART II: Sport and Physical Activity Interventions in Custodial Settings -- 6. Co-Creating a Sport-Life Skills Programme for Incarcerated Youth -- 7. Using Sport-Based Interventions to Benefit the Mental Well-Being of People in Prison -- 8. Applying Kaupapa Māori Principles to Positive Youth Development: Insights from a New Zealand Youth Justice Facility -- 9. Sport and Physical Activity Inside (and Outside of) the Youth Secure Estate -- 10. The Perceived Impact of Sport and Physical Activity Programmes: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Experiences of Gym Orderlies in a UK Women's Prison -- PART III: Community-Based Sport and Physical Activity Interventions -- 11. The Acquisition of Capital through Sport and Physical Activity: Qualifications, Connections, and Self-Reliance -- 12. Cure De Jour: Exploring the Potential of Boxing as a Mechanism for Change among Vulnerable Groups -- 13. Midnight Football as a Site of Surveillance: Activities Observed by the Surrounding Institutions of Society
Literary Form
non fiction
Includes index
Physical Description
1 online resource (228 pages)
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