Women and sport

Vetenskapliga texter om olika aspekter på kvinnors idrottande

Kvinnor och idrott – eller Women and Sport som projektet egentligen heter – är en satsning på att publicera kunskap om kvinnors idrottande. Projektet påbörjades 2011 och har resulterat i 22 vetenskapliga texter som nu finns publicerade här på sisuidrottsbocker.se.

Medverkande forskare

Initiativtagare är Bengt Saltin och medverkande forskare är Sine Agergaard, Eva Andersson, Helena Andersson, Eva Blomstrand, Kari Fasting, Kirsten Kaya Roessler, Göran Kenttä, Joanna Kvist, Håkan Larsson, Angelica Lindén Hirschberg, Gerd von der Lippe, Suzanne Lundvall, Grethe Myklebust, Kristin Reimers Kardel, Finn Skårderud, Kathrin Steffen, Rasmus Storm, Charlotte Suetta, Kristin Walseth, Tonje Wåle Florenes.

Ladda ner texterna kostnadsfritt

Projektet innehåller totalt fem delar. Du kan läsa mer i den engelska introduktionstexten här nedanför, första länken. Alla texter är skrivna på engelska och du laddar ned dem helt gratis. Använder du dem i något sammanhang vill vi att du hänvisar till aktuella författare. Hoppas du hittar mycket ny och användbar kunskap!

SISU Idrottsböcker & författarna

Part one: Women athletes on different arenas

0.1 Introduction to Women and Sport – Exercise for Health and Performance – new knowledge based on scientific research

1.1 Who decides how sportswomen should look and behave? Towards a gendersensitive critical approach
Håkan Larssona and Suzanne Lundvall
1.2 Integration and sports participation: Cultural negotiations and feelings of belonging
Suzanne Lundvall and Kristin Walseth
1.3 Talent development in times of commercialisation and globalisation: The pros and cons of international stars in Danish women’s handball
Sine Agergaard and Rasmus K. Storm
1.4 Sexual harassment and abuse in sport: Prevalence and prevention
Kari Fasting
1.5 A gendered lens on sport from a historical and sociological perspective
Gerd von der Lippe

 

Part two: Women and physical development

2.1 From girl to woman: Becoming an adult; puberty, the menstrual cycle and the effects on physical performance
Angelica Lindén Hirschberg
2.2 From girl to woman: Becoming an adult; socio-cultural factors and sports participation during adolescence
Suzanne Lundvall
2.3 Utilisation of different energy sources during exercise and nutritional strategies for effective recovery
Eva Blomstrand
2.4 Physical fitness: I. Muscle strength II. Aerobic fitness: Muscle oxygen uptake and heart rate
Eva Andersson
2.5 Fertility
Angelica Lindén Hirschberg
2.6
Fertility and pregnancy
Kristin Reimers Kardel

 

Part three: Women and performance

3.1 Strength training
Charlotte Suetta
3.2 Training for performance: Developing elite female football players
Helena Andersson
3.3 Being a female elite athlete: A psychological perspective
Göran Kenttä

 

Part four: Women and every-day-exercise

4.1 Physical activity for health after menopause
Angelica Lindén Hirschberg
4.2 The relationship between physical activity, aging and health
Kristin Reimers Kardel
4.3 Physical activity and organised sport throughout the lifetime
Suzanne Lundvall
4.4 Environments for physical activity: Women and sports facilities
Kirsten Kaya Roessler

 

Part five: Women and sports related diseases and injuries

5.1 Eating disorders in female athletes
Finn Skårderud
5.2 Menstrual disorders in female athletes
Angelica Lindén Hirschberg
5.3 Preventing sports injuries
Kathrin Steffen, Grethe Myklebust and Tonje Wåle Flørenes
5.4 Return to training and competition after injury
Joanna Kvist and Grethe Myklebust

 

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