Community Sports and Social Inclusion
Elite vs Sport for All
New Sporting Activities
Physical Education and Sport at School / University
Race and Ethnicity
Sport and Disability: New Sporting Activities
Sport and Doping
Sport and Emerging Markets
Sport and Ethics
Sport and Gender
Sport and Globalization
Sport and Health
Sport and Identity
Sport and Literature
Sport and Marketing
Sport and Media
Sport and National Identity
Sport and New Technologies
Sport and Organizational Behavior
Sport and Performance
Sport and Philosophy
Sport and Regional Development
Sport and Social Change
Sport and Social Class
Sport and Urban Development
Sport and Violence
Sport Participation and Measurement
Sport, Business, and Management
Sport, Development, and Peace
Sport, Economics, and Society
Sport, Physical Activity and Ageing
Sport, Physical Activity, and Education
Sport, Politics, and Policy
Sport, Social Inclusion and Exclusion
Sport and Sexuality
Teaching the Sociology of Sport
Other Issues Related to the Sociology of Sport
Abstracts should not exceed 250 words (approximately 1750 characters including spaces).
ISSA policy limits the number of papers an individual author can present: each participant can present one paper as the lead author. His or her name can appear on up to two additional papers as second or additional author, but not as the presenter.
Authors should make themselves available for the duration of the Congress, May 30 – June 2, 2017.
We encourage all presenters to prepare a power point presentation in order to facilitate comprehension since the ISSA Congress attracts an international audience.
Abstract submission is free of charge.
Registration fees must be paid by March 15, 2017 at the latest to secure the presentation during the congress and the publication of your name and abstract in the Book of Abstracts.
Poster presentations: Please use portrait sytle (A0 size)