Social Science, Sport and Leisure
From theories of leisure to discrimination in sport, and from the politics of mega events to the migrations of fandom, social science research examines and reports on sport and leisure around the world. Explore a collection of our most recently published research below, with free access to journal articles, a selection of our latest books, and original articles from our authors and editors.
Read original articles from our authors and editors on their research, the importance of sport and leisure studies in the social sciences from gendered sports to the subject's connections with politics and current affairs.
Sport and Leisure Articles from Palgrave Journals
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Social Theory & Health
- Body management and the quest for performative health
Urban Design International
- Football pollution: an investigation of spatial and temporal patterns of crime in and around stadia in England
- Does Finland need an entry-ban system for football matches (and similar public events)? Examining the current state of regulation and security issues
Eastern Economic Journal