Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature

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Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature. / Engdal, Signe; Hansen, Henriette Folkmann; Ottesen, Laila Susanne.

In: European Journal for Sport and Society, 14.09.2022.

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Engdal, S, Hansen, HF & Ottesen, LS 2022, 'Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature', European Journal for Sport and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/16138171.2022.2121320

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Engdal, S., Hansen, H. F., & Ottesen, L. S. (2022). Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature. European Journal for Sport and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/16138171.2022.2121320

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Engdal S, Hansen HF, Ottesen LS. Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature. European Journal for Sport and Society. 2022 Sep 14. https://doi.org/10.1080/16138171.2022.2121320

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Engdal, Signe ; Hansen, Henriette Folkmann ; Ottesen, Laila Susanne. / Mind the gap: building bridges between public sector exercise programmes and civil society sports associations. An integrative review of the literature. In: European Journal for Sport and Society. 2022.

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