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Another one from Dan! – Football, Sport and the Development of Young People’s Life Skills – in press

  Well done to Dan Parnell who has another article in press in Sport in Society:   Football, Sport and the Development of Young People’s Life Skills Cope, E., Bailey, R., Parnell, D. and...

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Football and Physical Health: What Do We Know?

Congratulations once again to Dan Parnell whose co-authored article “Football and Physical Health: What Do We Know?” is now in press   Football and Physical Health: What Do We Know? Parnell, D., Cope, E., Bailey,...

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Creative Conversations: Feminism, Policy and Otherness

Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre at MMU   Creative Conversations: Feminism, Policy and Otherness What would policy-making look like if it implemented creative and feminist philosophy?   What are the prejudices in current policy-making?...

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2nd Sports Volunteering Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University

  May 4th saw the Sport Knowledge Cluster with external sponsor ‘Volunteer Kinetic’ hosting the 2nd Sports Volunteering Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University.  The event attracted over 70 delegates from National Governing Bodies, Local Authorities,...

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Dan ‘Strikes’ Again – Tackling Mental Health: The Role of Professional Football Clubs

Dan has another article due to be published in Sport in Society   Tackling Mental Health: The Role of Professional Football Clubs Curran, K., Rosenbaum, S., Parnell, D., Stubbs, B., Pringle, A. and Hargreaves,...

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Just Out! Sarah Crozier – Methodological Considerations in the Use of Audio Diaries in Work Psychology: Adding to the Qualitative Toolkit

Congratulations to Sarah on the recent publication of “Methodological Considerations in the Use of Audio Diaries in Work Psychology: Adding to the Qualitative Toolkit” in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Volume 89,...

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What Makes a Good Day At Work?

The Work Psychology Cluster is once again please to host the Association for Business Psychology.  Join them on the 9th of June (6-8pm in room 3.01 of the Business School) to hear Paula Brockwell...