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dc.contributor.authorEllingsen, Jan Emil
dc.contributor.authorDanielsen, Anne G.
dc.PublishedEllingsen JE, Danielsen AG. Norwegian children's rights in sport and coaches' understanding of talent. The International Journal of Children's Rights. 2017;25(2):412-437eng
dc.description.abstractLittle research has focused on and tried to understand the link between children`s participation in sports and their human rights. In Norway, children’s leisure athletics and sports participation are regulated through rules of sport (CRS) voted in the Norwegian Sport Council (‘Idrettstinget’). The CRS represent formal legislation rooted in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, binding for all Norwegian sport coaches in their work with children until the age of 13. This qualitative study investigates coaches’ views of talent and talent development, and examines their views in the children’s rights perspective. The study is based on interviews with eight professional coaches in football (soccer), gymnastics, swimming, and skiing. In important areas the coaches’ views are consistent with children’s rights however there are also coaches who speak out in violation of the rights. Keywords: Convention on the Rights of the Child, Children’s Rights in Sports, Coaches, Policy Development for Youth Athletics, Talenten_US
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dc.subjectConvention on the Rights of the Childeng
dc.subjectchildren’s rights in sportseng
dc.subjectpolicy development for youth athleticseng
dc.titleNorwegian children's rights in sport and coaches' understanding of talenteng
dc.typePeer reviewed
dc.typeJournal article
dc.rights.holderCopyright 2017 The Author(s)eng
dc.source.journalThe International Journal of Children's Rights

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