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2010The effectiveness of the 5x60 initiative on increasing extra-curricular physical activity at secondary school levelHughes, Joshua
2010The Effects Of Twenty20 Cricket – the impacts of the shortened version of the game on amateur and professional clubsKettle, Ben
2008Examine the effects of feed forward on the proficiency of penalty kicks in football, using a performance analysis framework and a manual notation system, re-testing performance after a tactical intervention strategyKingston, Harrison
2010The extent to which Sport Development is currently considered to be a profession in the United KingdomTague, Gemma
2010Factors affecting participation into sport and physical activity : the differences between rural and urban areasRichards, Thomas
2010How effective is the use of sports participation in combating youth antisocial behaviour in a deprived area of South Wales?Barnes, Rachel
2008An Investigation of the Socio-Demographic Characteristics and Factors Motivating the Decision to Volunteer, within Sports Organisations with a View to Better Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Policy InitiativesDavies, Gareth
2010Ought women be genetically engineered to compete on equal terms with men in sport?LLewelyn, Zoe
2008Sport as a Diversion from Juvenile Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour. A Case Study Analysis of the Guernsey StreetSport ProgrammeJones, Ellen
2010This research project will investigate the extent to which sport provision has been impacted by the current global recession. The study will focus on the Quarry Swimming Centre in Shrewsbury as a case study and seek to identify lessons that can be learned from how the way in which this particular organisation is operating in the current financial climate.Boulton, Alex
2010To what extent can sport and physical activity change the attitudes of young people regarding anti-social behaviour? A case study of Catch22, CardiffFoss, James
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