Embodiment, Learning and Social Change
Embodiment, Learning and Social Change aims to create and document processes of change in relation to movement, learning and social development with various groups in diverse national and international contexts.
The research inquires how sport and movement can create joy, learning, motivation, social relationships, wellbeing, identity development, inclusion and professional competence.
The subject is anchored in a holistic understanding of the body, which includes the physical, emotional, social and cultural development dimensions of bodily learning.
It is based in a sport pedagogical, movement psychological, coaching philosophical, learning theoretical and body phenomenological landscape of theory.
Embodiment Learning and Social Change is primarily based on qualitative research, practical studies and action research and thus has a strong application-oriented focus.
Members of research group
|Charlotte Svendler Nielsen||Associate Professor||+4535320830|
|Glen Nielsen||Associate Professor||+4535320869|
|Helle Winther||Associate Professor||+4535320806|
|Katarina Sigurdsdóttir Lamhauge||Research Assistant|
|Maise Johansen||PhD Fellow|
|Mette Lindholm Kurtzhals||PhD Fellow||+4535327681|
|Steen Ingemann Jørgensen||PhD Student|
|Stefano De Dominicis||Associate Professor||+4535326016|
|Line Fredens||PhD student||Danish School of Education|
|Mie Maar Andersen||PhD student||Elsass Fonden
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen
|PhD student||Rigshospitalets Paediatric Oncology Research Laboratory (Bonkolab)||email@example.com|
|Sisse Winther Oreskov||PhD student||Professionshøjskolen Absalon and Designskolen Koldingfirstname.lastname@example.org|