Special Olympics in Context of Inclusion Debates in Sport
Call for Abstracts
Short Abstract Deadline: 1 May 2019
This Special Issue seeks to bring together new research and theoretically informed papers to contribute to an understanding of Special Olympics in Context of Inclusion Debates in Sport and establish a foundation for future scholarship. This Special Issue invites papers that can contribute to new research agenda on Special Olympics, particularly participatory approaches.
Dr Florian Kiuppis, Catholic University of Applied Sciences Freiburg
Dr Daniela Schwarz, Technical University of Munich
We invite well contextualized, theoretically and methodologically sounded papers based on empirical qualitative, or mixed-method projects, case studies, participatory and applied research. Short abstracts notifying interest in the special issue should be submitted to the Guest Editors by 1st May. Extended abstracts outlining the proposed paper should be submitted to the Guest Editors by 1st July.
Submission of interest notifications to the corresponding guest editor, firstname.lastname@example.org, by: May 1, 2019
Paper proposals (extended abstracts) submitted to the corresponding guest editor, email@example.com, by: July 1, 2019
Authors notified of acceptance by July 15, 2019
Completed manuscripts from selected authors to be submitted by: January 15, 2020
Peer Review: January-April, 2020
Revisions: April-August, 2020
Special Issue published: February, 2021
Manuscripts for the special issue should be submitted online by January 15, 2020 at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/fcss.
In the submission process, authors should note submission for the Special Olympics in Context of Inclusion Debates in Sport Special Issue in a cover letter. Manuscripts should not exceed 8,000 words (inclusive of references, endnotes, tables, and figures) and follow the Instructions for Authors. All manuscripts will be subject to double-blind peer review under the supervision of the Special Issue Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief. Expressions of interest, abstracts for consideration, and questions may be directed to Dr Florian Kiuppis and Dr Daniela Schwarz at firstname.lastname@example.org.