Sports Science

The journals Stadion (Stadium) and Zeitschrift für sportpädagogische Forschung (Journal for research in sport pedagogy) as well as the series Brennpunkte der Sportwissenschaft (Focal points of sports science) are three of the most important sports science publication formats in the program of Academia Publishing.

In addition to contributions on the history of sport, scientific studies on current discourses such as the project “Schulsport 2020” (School Sport 2020), which was funded by the “Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung” (Quality Initiative for Teacher Education), can also be found here. The sports science program area is supplemented by the publisher’s own series Academia Sport and the sports education series Bewegtes Lernen (Moving Learning) edited by Christina Müller (University of Leipzig).

Sportwissenschaft
Sportwissenschaft

Publication Series

Academia Sport
The Academia Sport series is a central and integral part of Academia’s sports programme. In this series, works on the topic of sport and exercise are published in several languages. As such, the series reflects the international scientific network of Academia Verlag.

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Bewegtes Lernen
“Bewegtes Lernen” (Learning in Motion) is a series close to practice for teachers at both primary and secondary level. Divided into school subjects, each volume contains both theoretical methodologies and practical examples of learning ‘in motion’, specifically adapted to the requirements and learning goals of the respective subject. The series is edited by Christina Müller, head of the ‘Bewegte Schule’ project at the University of Leipzig.

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Brennpunkte der Sportwissenschaft
Edited by Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln

Editors: Prof. Dr. Dr. hc. Eckardt Meinberg, Birna Bjarnason-Wehrens, Prof. Dr. Peter Frei

In this series of publications, the German Sport University Cologne offers a publication platform for sport scientists who deal with different aspects, especially of sport pedagogy. The focus is particularly on the physical education of ‘tomorrow’, which must incorporate the challenges of modern society such as digital and demographic change.

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