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There will be several resources here: documents, links, handbooks, videos.

Research documents

  • World Health Organisation (2011) Promoting sport and enhancing health in European Union countries: a [policy content analysis to support action.
  • English Federation of Disability Sport. (2014) Motivate me: understanding what motivates and appeals to disabled people to take part in sport and physical activity.
  • Martin, J. J. (2013) Benefits and barriers to physical activity for individuals with disabilities: a social-relational model of disability perspective. Disability and rehabilitation, 35(24), 2030-2037.
  • Jaarsma, E. (2014) Sports participation and physical disabilities. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 24, 54-73.
  • Saunders, D. H., Greig, C. A., Young, A., & Mead, G. E. (2007). Physical Fitness Training for Stroke Patients (Review), The Cochrane Collaboration
  • Tenenbaum, G., & Eklund, R. C. (2007) Exercise adherence. Handbook of sport psychology. Thirded. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 516-5188.
  • Maher, J., Kinne, S., & Patrick, D. L. (1999) 'Finding a good thing': the use of quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate an exercise class and promote exercise for adults with mobility impairments. Disability and Rehabilitation, 21(9), 438-447.
  • Parnes, P., & Hashemi, G. (2007) Sport as a means to foster inclusion, health and well-being of people with disabilities. Literature Reviews on Sport for Development and Peace, 124.
  • Bellieni, C. (2015). Paralympics Should be Integrated into Main Olympic Games. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 9(1), 75–82.
  • Harrasser, K. (2017). Superhumans - Parahumans. In Culture-Theory-Disability: Encounters between Disability Studies and Cultural Studies, edited by A. Waldschmidt, H. Berressem and M. Ingwersen, 171–184, vol. 10. Germany: Transcript Verlag.