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Sport, discriminations and inclusion: Challenges to face

15th Conference of the European Association for Sociology of Sport

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Publié le jeudi 24 mai 2018 par Céline Guilleux

Résumé

The 15th European Association for the Sociology of Sport (EASS) Conference will be held in Bordeaux (France), from 23-26 May, 2018. The main theme of the Conference is Sport, Discriminations and Inclusion: Challenges to Face. The aim of this main theme is to explore the interdisciplinary nature of discrimination in sport and to investigate the different forms of discrimination.

Annonce

Presentation

The 15th European Association for the Sociology of Sport (EASS) Conference will be held in Bordeaux (France), from 23-26 May, 2018.

The main theme of the Conference is Sport, Discriminations and Inclusion: Challenges to Face. The aim of this main theme is to explore the interdisciplinary nature of discrimination in sport and to investigate the different forms of discrimination.

Beyond this main theme, the Conference will also feature a wide range of sessions to give the opportunity to share and discuss your latest research, including (but not limited to):

  • Sport and Discriminations
  • Sport and Gender
  • Sport and Power Relations
  • Sport and Violence
  • Sport and Media
  • Sport and Ethics
  • Sport and Health
  • Sport and Volunteering
  • Sport Policies
  • Sport and Governance
  • Sport Spectatorship and Fandom
  • Sport and Doping
  • School Sport and Physical Education
  • Sport and New Technologies
  • Sport and Disability
  • Sociology of Sport and Methodology
  • Sport and Sexuality
  • Sport and Social Classes
  • Sport Business and Management
  • Youth Sport
  • E-Sports
  • Sport and Mega-Events
  • Sport and Identities
  • Open Themes

The Conference will also feature some special sessions:

  • Current Issues in Sport Organisation Research (Special Session / SORN network)
  • Measuring leisure-time sport participation and recreational physical activities from a cross-national approach: challenges and opportunities (Special Session / MEASURE network)
  • Sport policy and sport politics from a European perspective: a promising academic field (Special Session / POLIS network)
  • Innovative interdisciplinary/post disciplinary research methods in sports, physical activity and health (Special Session / ESA RN 28)
  • Forced Migration and Sport (Special Session / ESA RN 28)
  • Sport fans: inclusion, exclusion and activities against discrimination (Special Session / ESA RN 28)
  • Martial Arts and Combat Sports (Special Session / IMACSSS)

Programme

Thursday, May 24, 2018

08:30-17:30 Registration Opened

09:00-10:20 sessions

Room A S1. Sport and Discriminations

Chair: K. Parry

  • 09:00-09:20 Natalia Organista Gender discrimination and work conditions as major obstacles in work of polish women sports journalists
  • 09:20-09:40 Karen Petry The potential of a ”global learning approach” in Sport
  • 09:40-10:00 Samu Kytölä Discourses of sexual minorities in the ‘fields’ of men’s football culture: an outline of three tropes
  • 10:00-10:20 Mariana Siljamäki; Eeva Anttila; Nicholas Rowe; Maria Ponkilainen Intercultural competence of physical education trainee students in FinlandRoom B

Room B S2. Sport and Media

  • Chair: B. Braumüller
  • František Géla, Veronika Macková ”I have been to Paralympics. Have you noticed me?”
  • Roman Zehl; Jochen Mayer; Samantha Thomas; Ansgar Thiel Mass media framing of mental illness in elite sports - a case study from Australian football
  • Agnes Kovacs Elite athletes and media appearances: opportunity or necessary bad
  • Diana-Luiza Dumitriu, Nicolas Delorme Who deserves to be a sport role-model? Journalists’ perspective on sport celebrities acting as role models for the young generation.Room C

Room C S3. Current issues in Sport organisations research (SORN network)

Chair: S. Nagel

  • Karsten Elmose-Østerlund, Evald Bundgård Iversen Do municipal investments in sports facilities matter for the satisfaction of voluntary sports clubs?
  • Joris Corthouts; Erik Thibaut; Mathieu Winand; Jeroen Scheerder Innovation in 3D: a three-dichotomy model of innovation within regional sports federations
  • Maikel Waardenburg; Søren Bennike Sport for health implementation by voluntary sport clubs
  • Szilvia Perényi, Ilona Bodnár Unity in policy - fragmentation in practice: Sport as one of the players of non for profit society in Hungary

Room D S4. Martial arts and combat sports (IMACSSS)

Chair: W. Cynarski

  • Nimet Korkmaz Examination of Sport Participation Motivation with Regard to Social Physique Anxiety among Marital Arts Athletes
  • Yueyi Jia; Marc Theeboom; Dong Zhu;Jikkemien Vertonghen Experiences of youth coaches in Chinese martial arts
  • Takahiro Kitamura, David Elmes, Masashi Kawanishi, Hatsuyuki Hamad, Shigeki Maesaka Youth achievement goals & reasons for learning judo in France and the Netherlands
  • Wojciech Jan Cynarski Innovation vs. tradition in development of martial arts: examples from jujutsu schools active nowadays in Poland

Amphi ROUGIER S5. Sport and Health

Chair: E. Faß

  • Elliott Richard The precarious nature of foreign sojourn: Vincent Pericard, migration and mental illness.
  • John Fry ”The loneliness of the long distance golfer”: a study of professional golfers’ mental health and wellbeing during life ‘on tour’
  • Ali Ziaee, Ivo Hilvoorde Driving forces of Iranians’ leisure time physical activity
  • Ineke Deelen, Dick Ettema, Carlijn Kamphuis How users of different sports settings differ in their motivations, goals, and sports frequency

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

Sessions 11:00-12:30

Room A S6. Current issues in Sport organisations research (SORN network)

Chair: T. Müller-Schoell

  • Joris Corthouts; Svenja Feiler; Christoph Breuer; et al. Social inclusion in sports clubs: determinants of social innovation
  • Arend Van Haaften Better apart? Ethnic segregation in Dutch amateur football
  • Cecilia Stenling; Josef Fahlén; Anna-Maria Strittmatter; Eivind Skille;Trygve Broch Exclusion and inclusion in searching for the ”right” candidate: (re)production of (mis)representation in board nomination processes
  • Hans Slender; Magda Boven; Bake Dijk; Maikel Waardenburg; Johan De Jong Defining competencies for voluntary sport club consultants: a quantitative and qualitative study

Room B S7. Sport and Governance

Chair: S. Perényi

  • Cleng Eikje; André Horgen; Johan Arnegård Governing mountain guiding in Scandinavia and the Alps
  • Mihaly Szerovay The changing landscape of Finnish sport clubs in the 2010s
  • Outi Aarresola, Jari Lämsä Multi-level framework for analyzing professionalisation: A case study of Finnish floorball club
  • Annabelle Caprais, Nicolas Delorme Gender Parity, a new contribution to the gender regime theory. Case studies of Executive Boards of French National Sport Organisations

Room C S8. Sport Events

Chair: B. Skogvang

  • Owe Stråhlman Volunteering in sport: experiences at major sport events
  • Christian Tolstrup Jensen How major sport events are justified in Denmark and Norway
  • Dongkyu Na; Yongeun Kim The socio-political landscape of Seoul 1988 and PyeongChang 2018
  • Davide Sterchele Inclusive sport events’ impacts beyond the host community: A micro-sociological reflection

Room D S9. Sport and Health

Chair: J. Fry

  • Eric Faß; Torsten Schlesinger The relation of physical activity and self-rated health in older age - Cross country analysis results from SHARE
  • Anouk Brandsema; Anneke Heijden-Brinkman; Caroline Van Lindert Capability of Dutch community sport coaches to stimulate social inclusion among ‘vulnerable’ groups
  • Veronique Wolter; Svenja Konowalczyk Inclusion and social participation of people with dementia: A new challenge for sports clubs and sports associations?
  • Evi Petersen; Astrid Zech Older Adults’ Motives and Barriers towards Physical Activity in Urban Green Space & Its Impact on Health-Related Quality of Life

Amphi ROUGIER S10. Sport and Discriminations

Chair: E. Michelini

  • Loredana Tallarita Multiculturalism and social inclusion: football game, a special space of cultural integration.
  • Chia-Ting Sun From Maurice Halbwachs to Erving Goffman: Athletes’ Collective Memory of Hurt and Their Management of Spoiled Identity
  • Conricode Dom; Steven Bradbury Game changer or empty promise: an examination of the EFL mandatory code of coach recruitment
  • Keith Parry; Jamie Cleland Israel Folau, Australian football and racialfolklore

12:30-13:30        Lunch

Sessions 13:30-15:15

Room A S11. Sport and Violence + Forced Migration and Sport (ESA RN 28)

Chair: C. Stenling

  • Tracy Supruniuk National Football League Injury Rates and the State of Exception
  • Kari Stefansen; Åse Strandbu; et al. Coach-athlete sexual relationships: Opinions/views from young athletes/sport students
  • Seweryn Dmowski Who do we hate More? How football rivalries are perceived by ultras of Legia Warszawa - a case study
  • Enrico Michelini; Ulrike Burrmann; Tina Nobis; et al. Sport Offers for Refugees in Germany - Promoting and Hindering Conditions in Voluntary Sport Clubs
  • Mariane Marjaba, Nicolas Delorme Understanding the situation of children in a refugee camp: the effect of protective factors on their resilience processes.

Room B S12. Sport and Gender

Chair: I. Slepičková

  • Honorata Jakubowska; Radoslaw Kossakowski Visual representation of patriotism: netnographic research on female football fans’ profiles in social media
  • Suncica Bartoluci; Mojca Doupona Topič Two successful ski racers - two different successes? Media interpretation of gender and national identity
  • Rutger De Kwaasteniet The growth of women’s football
  • Charlotte Branchu Physicality in Women’s Rugby: moral careers and moral economies.
  • Aoife Sadlier; Richard Giulianotti; et al. Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) and women’s ‘empowerment’ in the Global South: a case study in Nepal

Room C S13. Sport Policies

Chair: W. Marchi Junior

  • Erik Thibaut, Jeroen Scheerder Do swimming pools foster swimming participation?
  • Zuzana Botikova ”The Making of  Law  on Sport”: a Latourian take on the creation of the ”new” Sport Act in Slovakia
  • Søren Bennike, Rasmus Storm; Johan Wikman; Laila Ottesen Club football in Denmark – a game between state policy and the DFA
  • Jorid Hovden, Arve Hjelseth Meritocratic or democratic equality discourses? The process towards gender equal sponsor support for the Norwegian national teams in football
  • Ninja Putzmann Comparing good governance in national sport federations

Room D S14. Sport and Identities

Chair: H. Itkonen

  • Ramon Llopis-Goig Football and politics in Spain: An empirical analysis of the social base of the main football clubs
  • Bente Ovedie Skogvang Sami sports and outdoor life at Sami festivals in Norway – Empowerment and discrimination
  • Grzegorz Bielec Development of the Polish Gymnastics Association during various periods of Polish history
  • Christos Kassimeris Football and politics in Greece and Cyprus
  • Arto Nevala; Hannu Itkonen; Anna-Katriina Salmikangas Finland: a land of ice hockey, but notfootball – what, when and why?

Amphi ROUGIER S15. Sport Spectatorship and Fandom

Chair: D. Sterchele

  • Jamie Cleland A case study analysis of protest, networks and collective action in European football
  • Anni Pekie Football fandom, communities and good citizenship: a British-German case study
  • Michael Mutz Happy (Football) Nation: life satisfaction in Germany before, during and after the 2016 UEFA EURO
  • Hans K Hognestad Football and globalisation in Scandinavia

15:15-15:45 Coffee Break

  • 15:45-16:45 Plenary Session (Amphi ROUGIER) Prof. K. HYLTON:   Theorising ‘Race’: Challenges and Consequences

Chair: R. Hoekman

  • 16:45-18:00 EJSS Board Meeting
  • 19:15-21:15 Matmut Stadium Visit  (Meeting Point – Entry C)

Tram C – Stop "Parc des Expositions / Stade Matmut ATLANTIQUE"

Friday, May 25, 2018

08:30-17:30 Registration Opened

Sessions 08:30-10:00

Room A S16. Current issues in Sport organisations research (SORN network)

Chair: M. Waardenburg

  • Ulrike Burrmann; et al. Social Capital & Sports Club Membership: Comparing the level & radius of social trust between sports club members and non-members based on the OSSKAR-study
  • Bjarne Ibsen Co-production between sports clubs and public institutions in Denmark
  • Kati Lehtonen; Jari Lämsä Is it all about change? The reform process of the Finnish sports system, 2008–2017
  • Daniel Ziesche Rasenballsport Leipzig: a game changer for the German football system?

Room B S17. Sport and Discriminations

Chair: L. Tallarita

  • Sandy Montanola Béatrice Damian-Gaillard Sport, sexuality and media coverage: the health and well-being alibi
  • Tobias Menzel; et al. LGBTI & Sport-a quantitative study on discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in sport across Europe
  • Storr Ryan; et al. ”We are a sport for all Australian’s”: Exploring the non-performativity of institutional speech acts around LGBTI+ diversity in Australian Sporting Organisations.
  • Sylvain Bordiec Compulsory Differentiation. Youth Local Policies and Sports in the areas of ” Politique de la ville ” in France

Room C S18. Sport and Disability

Chair: T. Supruniuk

  • Alvaro Rodríguez-Díaz Clubs and sport federations for disabled people in Spain: development and differences
  • Simon Pack; Yair Galily Wheelchair athlete inclusion through a formalized coaching development program
  • Veronika Macková; Katerina Turkova Am I ”Supercrip” or Weak? The Perception of Athletes with a Disability by TV Viewers
  • Vincent Voisin Theorizing the sub-field of sport for the disabled in France: a contribution toward the evaluation of the integrative potential of adapted sport for people with intellectual disability

Room D S19.

Sport and Media

Chair: P. Wicker

  • Grégoire Duvant Kill the referee? Feedback on a comparison of the one who has bad press’s media treatment.
  • Laszlo Peter The Structure and Composition of EASS Community
  • Ondrej Trunecka New trends in communication and journalism. The study of The 2018 Winter Olympics
  • Rory Magrath LGBT Athletes, Changing Social Contexts, and the Sports Media

Registration Opened Amphi ROUGIER

S20. School Sport and Physical Education

Chair: L. Thing

  • Astrid Reif Influence of increased physical activity lessons in school on self-esteem
  • Hitoshi Ebishima How should we enjoy sports?: The formation of habitus through sporting activities in Japanese schools and its downsize of enjoyment
  • Pernille Guldager Knudsen Team games and health promotion in the Danish public School – An intervention study on ultimate Frisbee in 6th grade
  • Taiza Daniela Seron Kiouranis; et al. School sports in Brazil: Reflections on the participation of public and private schools in youth school games (2005-2016)

10:00-10:30  Coffee Break

Sessions 10:30-12:00

Room A S21. Sport policy and sport politics from a European perspective: a promising academic field (POLIS network)

Chair: J. Scheerder

  • Torsten Wojciechowski Goals of National Sport Federations – the case of Austria
  • Ad Hoogendam Community Sports Coaches as Front-Line Workers in Neighbourhood Governance
  • Remco Hoekman, Agnes Elling, Hugo Van Der Poel Local policy-making in sport: discourses and reflexivity
  • Till Müller-Schoell; Ninja Putzmann; et al. Explaining sport policies: the effects of structure and politics

Room B S22. Sport and Governance

Chair: J. Cleland

  • Dobroslaw Mankowski Erosion and discontinuity of an institutionalized organizational practice. The case of sport organizations in Poland.
  • Andorra Jensen, Laila Ottesen, Lone Thing The constraining ”freedom” of choice – A process sociological analysis of recent developments of DGI Sport & Culture Festival
  • Mikko Simula, Hannu Itkonen Promotion of environmental agency within municipal sports service departments
  • Adriań Garcia Sport and governance: the protection of the waves in Canary Island

Room C S23.

Sport and Doping + Sport and Ethics

Chair: H. Vehmas

  • Marcel Reinold Social Mechanism of Lying about Doping
  • Irena Slepičková, Pavel Slepička Situational factors and tendency to use doping in adolescent’s sport
  • Mäkinen Jarmo, Nina Laakso The dark side of the sport in the social sciences: a systematic review
  • Antti Laine Finnish gaming monopoly from the viewpoint of top-level sport teams

Room D S24. Sociology of Sport and Methodology

Chair: A. Thiel

  • Nils Asle Bergsgard; et al. Which factors have effect on the level of physical activity as adult? Social background, participation in organized sport as adolescent and/or genes.
  • David O’ Byrne Global Knowledge Flows in Sport for Development and Peace (SDP) Activism: Insights from a ‘Co-Creation’ Approach
  • Marlene Persson How do youth experience sports clubs?

Amphi ROUGIER S25. Sport and Gender

Chair: H. Jakubowska

  • Birgit Braumüller; et al. Gendered visual coverage in the context of participation and success. A longitudinal content analysis on the Olympic Games coverage from 2000 to 2016 in two German newspapers.
  • Pedrona Serra; et al. Determining factor of self-efficacy for girls in the undergraduate degree of Physical Activity and Sport Science
  • Pamela Wicker, Svenja Feiler, Christoph Breuer Board gender diversity and organizational outcomes of non-profit sport clubs
  • Muhammad Farhat Hayat Socio-cultural barriers influencing female participation in sports in Rural South Punjab

12:00-13:00 Lunch

Sessions 13:00-14:45

Room A S26. Sport and Gender

Chair: M. Mutz

  • Saif Eddin Amaid The LGBT sports movement in Switzerland: An Analysis of the intersections between Socio-Political opportunities and collective identities
  • Craig Owen, Nicola De Martini Ugolotti Pra Homem, Menino e Mulher?: Problematizing the Gender Inclusivity Discourse in Capoeira
  • Ingrid Hinojosa-Alcalde, Ana Andrés, Pedrona Serra, Susanna Soler Fathership, mothership, and coaching in Spain: an oxymoron?
  • Alba González-Palomares, Maria Perrino-Peña Design and validation of a questionnaire about the lecturers’ opinion towards gender stereotypes in the study plans
  • Yurena Gonzalez Sport and gender: the case of surfing in the Canary Islands

Room B S27. Measuring leisure-time sport participation and recreational physical activities from a cross-national approach: challenges and opportunities (MEASURE network)

Chair: R. Hoekman

  • Jeroen Scheerder, Hanna Vehmas, Kobe Helsen A cross-national comparative analysis of fitness participation in Europe
  • Magnus Ferry, Josef Fahlén The development of sports participation in Sweden
  • Jens Høyer-Kruse, Evald Iversen Utilization of Sports Facilities – characteristics and management of the facilities
  • Jeroen Scheerder, Yves Vanlandewijck, Debbie Van Biesen, Elisabeth Cans, Laetitia Lenaerts, Ann-Sophie Meganck, Jan Cornelissen Active participation in leisure-time sports among people with different types of disabilities in Flanders (Belgium)
  • Brice Lefèvre Building a new national sport participation survey in France

Room C S28. Sport Business and Management + Sport and New Technologies

Chair: N. Delorme

  • Veronica Riera, Marta Moragas Leadership. Analysis based on the sport trajectory and emotional competences of managers
  • Fangfang Chen, Yanning Li, Benoit Senaux For Sport or Fun? Motivations to Participate in a Hiking Festival
  • Camille Ricaud Managerial Rationality and Sport: Human Resources Management as the core device of modern sport
  • Hanna Vehmas, Pertti Huotari, Pertti Matilainen First snow skiing tracks attracting cross-country skiers in Finland
  • Tommy Langseth Artificial intelligence, Transhuman Technologies and Sport

Room D S29. Sport and Social Classes

Chair: S. Bordiec

  • Michal Lenartowicz Class determinants of sport consumption in Poland
  • Nynke Burgers, Dick Ettema, Pieter Hooimeijer The effect of neighbors on sport membership
  • Michal Jasny Social Determinants of Choice Decisions Regarding Type and Place of Physical Activity on the Example of Parents of Children Training Different Sports
  • Hannu Itkonen, Arto Nevala, Anna-Katriina Salmikangas The Role of Sports in the Modernization Project in Sortavala City (1880-1939)
  • Knud Ryom, Sine Agergaard Investigating refugees’ perception on sport and physical activity- pitfalls and potentials.

14:45-15:15  Coffee Break

15:15-16:15  Plenary Session (Amphi ROUGIER)

  • Prof. E. ANDERSON: Sport, Men and the Changing Gender and Sexuality Order

Chair: S. Nagel

  • 16:15-17:45 EASS General Assembly
  • 19:15-20:15 Bordeaux Heritage Visit (Meeting Point: Statue Jacques Chaban Delmas, place Pey Berland)

Access: Tram A & B – Stop “Hôtel de Ville”

20:30 Free evening / PhD Special Programme (Bodegon)

Saturday, May 26, 2018

08:30-11:45     Registration Opened

Sessions 09:00-10:45

Room A S30. Sport and Discriminations

Chair: S. Soler

  • Ziad Rahal; Philippe Campillo Migrant workers abuse in Qatar: The construction of World cup 2022 venues.
  • Hendrik K. Thedinga; et al. Self-exclusion as a coping strategy among people with overweight and obesity- a study about discriminative experiences & coping responses in sport & exercise settings
  • Betelihem Brehanu Alemu; Hanna Vehmas The empowerment of young girls and women through sport and physical activity participation: a Case Study in Ethiopia
  • Maria Perrino-Peña, Alba González-Palomares Design and validation of a questionnaire about the female Spanish boxers’ opinion towards stereotypes in boxing
  • Julie Duflos ”Those who talk the least do it the most”: why does the discrimination in hiring according to physical appearance persist?

Room B S31. Sport and Power Relations

Chair: C. Ricaud

  • Loredana Tallarita Sport, physical activity and body rehabilitation: the impact of pilates to healthy lifestyle
  • Jim O’brien Football, Dictatorship and Society in Spain and Argentina: Reflections on Francoism and Peronism
  • Jo Grønlund The Power of Grassroots Football in Soweto, South Africa
  • Rylan Kafara, Judy Davidson, Jordan Koch 2, Jay Scherer ”Keep Moving”: Policing the New Urban Sporting Frontier
  • Bence Garamvölgyi, Mariann Bardócz-Bencsik, Tamás Dóczi Cooperation, partnerships and challenges in the Sport for Development and Peace sector in Colombia

Room C S32. Youth Sport

Chair: H. Ebishima

  • Anders Bakken; et al., Municipal-level differences in club-organized sport participation among adolescents in Norway: Results from the Ungdata study
  • Ornulf Seippel; Håvard Dalen Being good and having fun: Social inclusion in sports
  • Anna-Liisa Ojala Sports career as an investment on the brink of adulthood
  • Lars Erik Espedalen, Åse Strandbu Young people’s reasons for quitting organized sport: Variations based on gender, socio-economic status, and minority/majority background
  • Anders Bakken, Åse Strandbu, Kari Stefansen The importance of family sport culture for organised sport participation through the teenage years - different for boys and girls?

Room D S33. Sport Policies

Chair: P. Serra

  • Cecilia Stenling; Mike Sam ‘Modernization’ and the emergence of public policy advocacy: the construction of legitimate advocate roles
  • Carla Tagliari; Thiago Santos; Fernando Mezzadri Service quality and value perceptions of sports and leisure programs in Brazil.
  • Michael Nader In socio-economically higher developed countries, sport plays a more important role: Cross-national relations between the European Sport Index & selected socio-economic indicators in the E.U.
  • Caroline Van Lindert; et al. Dutch community sports coaches, challenges of an evaluation study on a decentralised sports policy programme
  • Ricardo Joao Sonoda-Nunes; et al. The relative age effect (RAE) in Brazilian taekwondo athletes: an analysis from the Bolsa-Aatleta program

10:45-11:15  Coffee Break

Poster Sessions S34. Poster Sessions 11:15-11:45

Chair: D. Dumitriu

  • 11:15-11:25 Williams Nuytens, Grégoire Duvant Achieving excellence in refereeing activity: ingredients and sociological profiles of the best international referees.
  • 11:25-11:35  Williams Nuytens, Gianni Marasa Does sport produce a specific cultural capital that feeds radicalization?
  • 11:35-11:45 Solfrid Bratland-Sanda, Michael Reinboth, Nils Asle Bergsgard Implementing a school-based physical activity interventions in adolescents: teachers’ experiences from a pilot study
  • 11:45-11:55 Presentation of ENSGO Youth – YRA Sponsor
  • 11:55-12:30 YRA Award Presentation

Sarah Metcalfe The development of an adolescent sporting gendered habitus: Young people’s interpretation of UK sports-media coverage of Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Chair: Davide Sterchele

  • 12:30-12:45  Jo Grønlund Announcement of 16th EASS Conference in Bø, Norway 3 – 6 June 2019
  • 12:45-13:00  Closing Ceremony
  • 13:00-14:00  Lunch
  • 14:00  Social Programme
  • 19:45-23:30  Gala Diner – Boat “Sicambre”

Quai des Chartrons (opposite Café Ibaïa)

Tram B – Stop “CAPC”

Catégories

Lieux

  • 12 avenue Camille Jullian
    Pessac, France (33600)

Dates

  • mercredi 23 mai 2018
  • jeudi 24 mai 2018
  • vendredi 25 mai 2018
  • samedi 26 mai 2018

Mots-clés

  • sports, sociology, discrimination

Contacts

  • Sylvain Bordiec
    courriel : sylvain [dot] bordiec [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Sylvain Bordiec
    courriel : sylvain [dot] bordiec [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr

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