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Department of Social Sciences of Sport
(University of Jyväskylä)

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Тематические разделы:
Год основания
1971
Тип организации
Центры, Высшего образования
Цели и задачи
The independent subjects in the department of social sciences of sport are sport sociology as well as sports planning and administration. Connected to the major subjects, teaching and research mainly cover sports and leisure administration, sports planning, sport politics, sport management, sports economy, sport marketing and sport tourism.
Руководитель
Kimmo Suomi - Head of the Department
Исследовательские проекты

The research activity in the department can be roughly divided into theoretical basic research and applied research. The main purpose of the basic research is to study:

  • the significance of sports and its subsystems to our national culture, as an element of its material and spiritual resources and as a part of a world-wide international cooperation and cultural change (the social and philosophical function of sport)
  • the physical, social and economical activity and environmental conditions of the subsystems of sport and of the institutions of sport (the political, economic and administrative function of sport) and
  • the role of an individual in the field of physical culture (the social psychological and historical function of sport). The research on the social significance of sport is regarded as the strongest field of research in the department.

Applied service research is carried out primarily in separate units in the department, in Research Center of Sport and Leisure Planning. The research is financed by the customers with whom contracts related to the projects are signed.

Active Research Projects:

  • Sport tourism - reflecting post-modern society?
  • Social significance of top sport in Finland
  • Elite sport as a content of life - a comparative perspective
Full List of Research Projects
 
 
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E-mail
Телефон
+358 14 260 2030
Факс
+358 14 260 2031
Адрес
Finland, Department of Sport Sciences
P.O. Box 35, 40351 Jyväskylä,