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1. Introduction 2. Sport-for-development: Limited focus programmes and broad gauge problems 3. Conceptual entrepreneurs, liberation methodologists and research as a dirty word 4. Self-efficacy beliefs: not so deficient after all? 5. Self-esteem: best taken in moderation 6. Sport-for-development, peer leaders and HIV and AIDS: a method in search of a theory? 7. `There is loads of relationships here': Developing a programme theory for sport-for-change programmes 8. Social capital: a social good or for the social good? 9. Conclusions: Hope is not a plan
Fred Coalter is Professor of Sports Policy at Leeds Metropolitan University. Prior to this he was Professor of Sports Policy at the University of Stirling UK (2003-2010), Director of the Centre for Leisure Research at the University of Edinburgh (1990-2003) and Director of the Centre for Leisure and Tourism Studies at the then Polytechnic of North London (1986-1990).