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Sport for All: Italian Model
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Author : Angela MAGNANINI  , Pau Espinosa TRULL  
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Printing Year : 2015
Number : 10
Page : 113-127



The many fragmentation of the scientific research and the lack of dialogue between the disciplines that compose the Sport Sciences in Italy have weakened the scientific-epistemological sport aim. In this context, is necessary to clarify the meaning of the term “sport for all” because during the last thirty years it has been used with more emphasis suggesting different situations and conceptions. Does the sport for all really exist or it is just a regulative goal, an utopian ideal? Through this study it is pretended to introduce the actual research state in Italy, clarifying how the sport, educationally founded and made structurally accessible from its basis, could be a cultural vehicle for the inclusion, peace and equality in accordance with the own particularity by being opened and addressed to all. The research presents the “sport for all” model developed by the research group from the Special Education Laboratory of Rome University “ForoItalico”, which attempts to establish a dialogue between the requests of the Special Education area and the Physical Activity and Sport field since more than fifty years ago, highlighting the theoretical and practical implications.

Integrated sport, inclusion, sport model, special education, disability

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