1. Introduction 2. Sport Policy 3. Developing Sport for All? Addressing Inequality in Sport 4. Community Sports Development 5. Partnerships in Sport 6. Physical Education and School Sport 7. Sport and Health 8. Disability and Sports Development 9. Resources for Developing Sport 10. Volunteering for Sports Development 11. Sports Development and Sports Coaching 12. Sport For Development 13. Sports Development and the Olympic/Paralympic Games 14. Researching and Evaluating Sports Development
Kevin Hylton is Professor of Social Sciences in Sport, Leisure and Education, Carnegie Faculty, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Kevin's research interests focus on diversity, equity and inclusion in sport, leisure and education. Kevin has been heavily involved in community sport development and works with equality bodies such as the Runnymede Trust. Kevin's publications include Sports Development: Policy, Process and Practice (2001; 2008). Kevin also wrote `Race' and Sport: Critical Race Theory (2009) and Atlantic Crossings: International Dialogues on Critical Race Theory (2011).