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Danielle Peers

, education, nursing, feminist studies, and critical disability studies. Those researching within interpretivist and critical paradigms adhere to a range of ontological allegiances, often embracing relativist or historical forms of realism: Belief in a reality that can never be objectively known, and for some

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James Brighton, Robert C. Townsend, Natalie Campbell, and Toni L. Williams

coincided with a disciplinary shift to the emergence of what is more adequately distinguished as critical disability studies (CDS). 2 In doing so, we outline both theoretical architecture that has been used effectively in sociology of sport research and theories, which, to date, have been scarcely

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Ljudmila Zaletelj

Paralympic Committee has addressed the issue. Chapter 5 offers a wonderful examination of the Paralympic classification system from a perspective of critical disability studies. The main argument of the chapter is that athletes with (dis)abled bodies should play a central role in the classification system

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Dan Goodley

This paper was written following my introduction to the diverse thought surrounding adapted physical activity (APA) through an invitation to present a keynote paper on critical disability studies at the North American Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity, Edmonton, 2016, and subsequent engagement

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Nancy Quinn, Laura Misener, and P. David Howe

role within the Games as marginal, and others celebrated the reality of being present in an integrated location of high-performance sport. In this section, informed by Lefebvre’s ( 1991 ) concept and framing of space and guided by the framework of critical disability studies, we discuss several themes

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Maureen Connolly and William J. Harvey

the current special issue’s theme of revisiting assumptions and engaging interdisciplinarity. Our phenomenological, semiotic, critical disability studies, APA, and activist-oriented scholarship/pedagogy blends have compelled us to revisit assumptions in ongoing ways, as well as adapt and integrate

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Nikolaus A. Dean, Andrea Bundon, P. David Howe, and Natalie Abele

mother identities . Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 36, 41 – 49 . 10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.01.008 Meekosha , H. , & Shuttleworth , R. ( 2016 ). What’s so “critical” about critical disability studies? In L.J. Davis (Ed.), The disability

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W. Tolentino-Castro, L. Mochizuki, and H. Wagner

), 1 – 8 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01122 Goodley , D. , Lawthom , R. , Liddiard K. , & Runswick-Cole , K. ( 2019 ). Provocations for critical disability studies. Disability & Society, 34 ( 6 ), 972 – 997 , doi:10.1080/09687599.2019.1566889 10.1080/09687599.2019.1566889 Hill , E.L. , & Wing

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Andrew M. Hammond, Andrea Bundon, Caitlin Pentifallo Gadd, and Tim Konoval

how, following others in the sociology of sport, we have overlaid Ball et al.’s ( 2012 ) enactment theory with the critical disability studies concept of ableism to theorize the relationship between policy and managers’ practice in relation to the enactment of disability-inclusive polices in the

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Amanda Ebert and Donna L. Goodwin

; Standal, 2008 ). We also encourage a more interdisciplinary approach to practice, by fostering relationships and exploring collaboration with professionals from disciplines such as critical disability studies, education, and health care. Notes 1. The term disabled people is used to “conceptualize