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Communication network analysis to advance mapping ‘sport for development and peace’ complexity: Cohesion and leadership:

Published on Mar 15, 2020in International Review for the Sociology of Sport
· DOI :10.1177/1012690220909748
Volha Herasimovich (University of Deusto), Aurkene Alzua-Sorzabal10
Estimated H-index: 10
(University of Deusto)
Abstract
Attempts to map the global sport for development and peace field have revealed only some aspects of its complex organisational structure, failing to depict the web of relations in which diverse sta...
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