Caterina DadaMember4 February 2019 at 12:30Post count: 42
Multifunctional spaces related to the scale of community centres. From merging concomitance to polyvalence adaptability.
Author: Mihaela Zamfir
Abstract: The article explores the relation between multifunctional space and the scale of community centres.
Link: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mihaela_Zamfir_Grigorescu/publication/308994599_MULTIFUNCTIONAL_SPACE_RELATED_TO_THE_SCALE_OF_COMMUNITY_CENTERS_From_merging-concomitance_to_polyvalence-adaptability/links/57fd2a7008ae6750f8065c13/MULTIFUNCTIONAL-SPACE-RELATED-TO-THE-SCALE-OF-COMMUNITY-CENTERS-From-merging-concomitance-to-polyvalence-adaptability.pdfCaterina DadaMember4 February 2019 at 15:50Post count: 42
Gender and sport participation in Montenegro
Author:Cheryl Cooky, Marko Begovic, Don Sabo, Carole A Oglesby, Marj Snyder
Abstract:This study investigates the status of women in Montenegrin sport. It examines gender
differences in sport participation rate and facilitators and
barriers to sport involvement. The facilitators to sport participation were family support and a
“love for the game.” Participants in the focus groups discussed barriers including: lack of family
support; gender division of labor; school–sport balance; and lack of resources. Evidence-based
strategies to increase and improve women’s sport participation in Montenegro are discussed.
Link: https://www.icsspe.org/system/files/Cooky%20et%20al.%20-%20Gender%20and%20sport%20participation%20in%20Montenegro.pdfCaterina DadaMember4 February 2019 at 15:54Post count: 42
Active women and girls strategy.
Author: City of Ballarat
Abstract: the document is the strategy that the City of Ballarat developed in order to provide a tailored response to priority issues identified
within the municipality that may be constraining women and girls’involvement in sport or physical activity, either as leaders or participants.
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